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The world's finest classic cars by the world's finest auto craftsmen and coachbuilders

Rod and his dedicated team of highly skilled vehicle restorers enjoy an excellent worldwide reputation for specialist antique auto restoration with clients from as far afield as the USA, Australia, Europe and Japan.

The company has successfully completed a wide range of car commissions, from simple body repairs on existing bodywork to complete restorations and new bodies, sometimes from the most basic of plans. These commissions span the whole of world motoring history, from fantastic exotica such as the 1938 Alfa Romeo Bimotore and two 1930's Grand Prix Auto-Unions, to a Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR Gull-Wing Magnesium Coupé.
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1912 Vauxhall 'Prince Henry'1930's Grand Prix Auto-Union8C Alfa Romeo


By comparison other classic car commissions have seemed easy ! - 250GTO Ferraris, Type 57 Bugattis (one for the Shah of Iran), 8C Alfa-Romeos and many Aston Martins, Alvis's, Bentleys, Hispano-Suizas, Lagondas and Rolls-Royces.

Regular European auto events like the Essen Techno Classica in Germany and the Brussels Retro Festival in Belgium, allow Rod to keep in touch with the many clients he has befriended over the years.
The company has expertise in restoring European classic vehicles from manufacturers including Alfa Romeo, Mercedes, Bugatti, Delahaye and Maserati working to the designs of famous coachbuilders like Figoni Et Falaschi, Saoutchik, Erdman and Rossi, Gangloff and Zagato.

In the United Kingdom, Rod Jolley Coachbuilding has worked on many famous names such as Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lagonda, Alvis and Aston Martin - restoring body designs by the likes of Vanden Plas, James Young, Charlesworth, Thrupp and Maberley and Corsica. Many examples of the companies vintage restoration work can be seen at The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.

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Aston Martin Zagato

Many of the world's most important historic cars have, at some time, passed through the Rod Jolley Coachbuilding workshops receiving care and attention of the highest level.