Dedicated to the repair, maintenance, enhancement and restoration of Dinos, and is run by Dino owner and experienced mechanic, Mark Devaney.
Mark has been working on old and interesting cars for over 25 years and been running his own garage for the last 20. He has been involved in many projects of note, including a 1903 De Dion Bouton that has been running the London to Brighton for the last 30 years; a 1928 Rolls Royce Doctor's Coupe; a very rare Maserati Mistral Coupé 4000cc; various Ferrari models, a sixties Amphicar ('that's the one that swims' as they say in amphibious car circles!); various racing Jaguar's including D and E-Types (and helped build a lightweight low-drag E-Type Coupe); restoration of a Lancia Fulvia, Riley Elf, Karman Ghia and the restoration and continuous development of his own Abarth sprint car (see below).
Autobianchi A112 Abarth
We have had this car from 1995 when it was bought as an MOT failure. We originally used it as a Sprint and Hill-climb car as-is but gradually improved and modified it into what it is today - a very high quality A112 Abarth Prototype replica with 90bhp, plenty of traction due to the limited slip diff, plenty of stopping power thanks to the original rear disk brakes and much more. See the Autobianchi A112 UK Site for lots more A112 information.