Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth and Xclusively Jaguar


Xclusively Jaguar is very pleased to announce that their latest sponsor is Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth, known as CMC

Known as the world’s premier Jaguar restoration company, CMC have now been established for 20 years.

Some examples of their work, past and present, have already been reported on in Xclusively Jaguar News.

 

CMC –  A Brief History

Founded in 1993 by three people united in their passion for Jaguars, and in the restoration of all classic Jaguar cars to the highest possible standard. CMC provide a Jaguar restoration service, from the early Austin Swallow, through to the SS100, XK120, XK140, XK150, MK2, E-type, and XJS models.

CMC have the skills necessary to produce a fully restored classic Jaguar of the utmost quality. Furthermore, CMC are experts in all mechanical and body work repairs required on any classic Jaguar, including aluminium panel making, re-chroming, and re-painting. The CMC classic Jaguar repair service specifies that all the work done is to an original Jaguar specification. CMC costs are very competitive and well worth consideration. CMC pride themselves on their ability to solve problems relating to any classic Jaguar, and keep photographic records of any repair.

An initial aim was to be recognised as a leading Jaguar restoration company, and over the last 20 years the company has realised this ambition. Today, Classic Motor Cars occupies a modern industrial premises with world-class facilities situated on the Stanmore Industrial Estate near Bridgnorth, Shropshire, in England.

CMC continue to invest and develop their business in a modern 35,000 square foot facility, encompassing general servicing bays, machine shop, electrical workshop, stores, body shop, trim shop and final assembly area.

CMC are immensely proud of their business and the people within it.

CMC have the most incredible record of restorations to significant Jaguars, including:

Lightweight E-typ “4 GXO”

The Lindner-Nocker Lightweight E-type

Lofty England’s E-type – Chassis number 4

Daily Mail E-type Competition Car – Chassis number 24

9600HP – the oldest E-type!

1VHP – First Production E-type FHC

OKV1 – Works D-type

LWK707 – the 7 Days & 7 Nights Car

Adrian Hamilton’s XK150S

 

Recent news from CMC

CMC Launches its own Loyalty Club

CMC to Restore Barn-find E-type No: 60

CMC partners with Stratstone

Ian Callum designs his own Classic Jaguar

 

All information correct at time of publishing.

 

Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth

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