William began his motor trade career in the 90’s, working for the late Terry Cohn at The Fine Motorcar Company. During this time he worked his way up from a trainee role to become a partner in one of Terry’s subsidiary automotive businesses. Whilst working with Terry, he gained extensive knowledge of pre-war and post-war sports cars. He had the pleasure of competing in many prestigious historic events including: Mille Miglia, Tour Auto and Goodwood. William was actively involved in the sale and ongoing care of a 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C Monza and number of pre-war Rolls-Royce and Bentley motorcars. He represented Terry’s automotive interests at such events as: Retromobile, Techno Classica and Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. After Terry’s untimely death in 2001, William changed direction to pursue a career with more modern cars. Michael’s motor trade career began back in 2000 when he left college to become a trainee Sales Executive with a local car dealership in Oxford. From Sales Trainee, Michael progressed to Sales Executive, Business Manager, Sales Manager and finally Brand Manager. William and Michael began working together for a classic and sports car specialist in 2012 where they continued to develop their knowledge. Their collective experience gained from working for such prestigious brands as: Aston Martin, Ferrari and Rolls-Royce, was instrumental in everything they have achieved. Building on their previous success, Michael and William decided to pursue their own venture in early 2017. Autostorico Ltd was formed to specialise in the acquisition and sale of classic, luxury and performance motor cars. The company’s success is, in no small part, due to the premium they put on delivering an outstanding customer experience.
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XJ13 'All Aluminium' Recreation
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