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To all our customers and friends at home and abroad, Happy Christmas and very best wishes for hopefully a much better year in 2021.Very special wishes to John, get well soon and see you in the new year.Thanks to all our customers for your support and understanding this year. Covid-19 restrictions made it difficult to provide the level of support on events that we usually provide but fortunately it did not prevent some of you from being very successful both on track and on the stages.We close shortly for the holidays and will return on the 4th of January. We still remain busy with projects in the workshop but with Suffolk shortly being placed in Tier 4 restriction, the workshop will remain closed to visitors. But if you need to contact us, please either call 01284 850690 or send an email to safe folks ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Christmas Clive, been a funny old year, let's hope next year is better

Happy Christmas Clive


Happy Christmas Clive. Stay safe

The may not be much motorsport to keep us busy at the moment but our workshop remains full with several big on-going projects. One project that has progressed well in recent weeks is this original Series 1 Talbot Sunbeam Lotus 'barn find'. It has been a bare shell rebuild including engine, axle, suspension etc. with the instruction to keep the car to original standard 1980 specification.We still have plenty to do and the list of missing parts seems to be getting longer but hopefully soon we be able to start it up. Definitely something to look forward to next year.Stay safe folks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Took one for a test drive when I was 17/18, the salesman went quiet at 120mph... Cracking car

Nice work CliveπŸ‘

Looks like mine at the beginning !!πŸ˜‰

Can I have one please??

Might have a Citroen that needs the same after 🀣🀣🀣🀣

Can't wait 😍

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With the announcement on Saturday of a second lockdown, our plans like many others in the motorsport industry have been affected again. At the beginning of the year we had planned to be doing around 27 events this year between rallies and races. But good old Covid-19 changed that and now looks like it has stopped play now for the rest of the year.Thankfully however we have a full workshop with 3 restorations, 2 engine rebuilds and recommisons and a couple of re-preps and upgrades to be getting on with and finishing.We will be remaining open as usual but visits will be strictly by appointment only with all social distancing and sanitizing recommendations fully applied. If you have any enquires or questions as to how we maybe able to help with your plans for next year when hopefully we can return to normal, please do not hesitate to call Clive on 01284 850690.Stay safe folks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Glad you are busy take care,

Motorsport can be a tough game and success doesn't come easily. But once in a while, all the pieces of the jigsaw come together and all the effort pays off. Yesterday was one of those days.The Rex Pet Hotel Flying Fortress Stages was the first rally in 5 years for Kasia Nicklin. The former MSA Academy student had taken a break from the sport in order to complete her University studies. But back behind the wheel of her 1400cc Nissan Micra pocket rocket, it took no time at all for her to get back up to speed. For Daz Scales it was his first ever stage rally and the preparation he put into the event was immense. The car ran faultlessly all day and only required basic service, fuel and tyres and from stage 1, the pair showed their intentions as they lead class 1 from the start. As the day progressed, they built on their class lead and moved steadily into a place inside the top 20. By the finish they were 17th overall winning class1 by just over 4 mins. They also managed to finish 25 seconds ahead of the 1600cc class 2 winners Connor Tolson & Brian Ilaria in a Fiesta R2. To quote the organisers press release it was 'the drive of the day'A fantastic day. Congratulations to Kasia and Daz. Let's hope Covid-19 does not cause anymore disruption to our sport.Stay safe folks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great result for the Mighty Micra Wish I could have also competed but it’s too close to my daughters wedding so much to do No doubt see you again soon

Great news Clive Taylor and it no accident that the car ran faultlessly... Good prep I'd say

So glad you had a great day. 😊

WOW How about thjat then

that even

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