From the newly opened Classic Works facility, both the Jaguar and Land Rover cars can be restored, maintained and one can also buy or sell the classic cars.
The new classic car facility is the world’s largest and it is spread over an area of 1,50,000 square feet. The facility is equipped with a showroom, workshop with 54 bays and storage area for cars and spare parts.
When a classic car enters the classic car facility, it will undergo a comprehensive 121-point visual check. If any work is carried out, it will be recorded in the Jaguar Land Rover Classic’s registry.
Once the work is completed on any classic car, it will be heading for the test drive. The man behind the Jaguar’s 1988 24 Hours of Le Mans victory, Andy Wallace will test the vehicles.
Special Operations MD, John Edwards said, “Classic Works is hugely important to Jaguar Land Rover. “It’s much more than a building. It is the heart and soul of Jaguar Land Rover Classic for our clients worldwide."
Classic cars are the jewels of the automobile industry. And restoring them is a very complicated process. Jaguar Land Rover has opened this massive facility to protect those classic cars in a very professional way.