The Classic Vehicle Restoration Show is proud to announce that representatives of the Haynes International Motor Museum will deliver an exciting new element for visitors to enjoy.
A live restoration workshop will be staged on both days and enthusiasts will have chance to witness the high standard of work and craftsmanship that goes into restoring a Haynes vehicle.
Haynes will be putting on the workshops between 10am and 3pm on both days, with the museum’s engineers giving a step-by-step analysis of the work they are doing.
The restoration experts will also be answering questions provided to them by the public; people will be able to drop their questions into a box located on the Haynes stand which will be answered at the restoration workshop at allotted times. This gives the public a unique chance to gain access to industry knowledge not readily available otherwise. They will be on stage at various intervals on both days with Bradley Mauger the Workshop and Restoration Centre Manager hosting a series of expert discussion panels. The team will share their considerable experience whilst discussing the finer points of the restoration and preservation of veteran, vintage and classic motor cars. Topics will cover mechanical and body work as well as the project management of ground up restorations. Between them, the Workshop & Restoration Centre team have over 200 years of experience working on daily usable classics to rare Italian exotics. The team will take questions on the day, however visitors are also warmly invited to send their questions and discussion topics to email@example.com
An array of Haynes’ immaculate two- and four-wheeled classics from a bygone era will also be displayed for visitors to admire at their leisure.
The Haynes museum, based in Sparkford, near Yeovil, is dedicated to maintaining a range of cars and other motor vehicles to encourage people to find out more about the historical development and evolution of the industry, offering a fascinating day out for all the family.