CMC to produce limited run of Mark 2 by Callum
Following the amazing response from car enthusiasts around the world after the launch of the Jaguar Mark 2 by Callum, Classic Motor Cars Limited (CMC) have announced they will be producing a limited edition run of cars.
“The car was only unveiled to the public just over a week ago but has attracted interest from all over the world,” said Peter Neumark, Chairman of CMC.
He added: “In my remarks at the launch of the car I said that we would love to build more, but little did I think the response would be so great. Within hours we had received calls from people all over the globe asking if they could buy one. We asked Ian Callum if we could produce a limited run and he has said ‘yes.’”
Ian Callum said: “I redesigned the car and CMC rebuilt it and re-engineered it for my personal use. I wasn’t sure how it would be received but I have been both astounded and delighted with the response. I am pleased that a few more cars are going to be built.”
The cars will cost between £350,000 and £375,000 and buyers will have the opportunity to choose the body and interior colours that they prefer.
Pictures and information supplied courtesy of David Barzilay
About Classic Motor Cars (CMC)
Classic Motor Cars Limited was founded in 1993 and has over the ensuing years built a worldwide reputation for car restoration to world-class standards.
CMC’s cars have won international awards and the company has been responsible for restoring many of Jaguar’s most historic cars in recent years.
Today they operate from modern 40,000 sq. ft. premises and, with the exception of chrome plating, every aspect of a car’s restoration is carried out in-house. The company is especially proud of its apprenticeship schemes with young people learning their trades in trimming, auto electrics, bodywork, paintwork and general mechanical skills.
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