End of an Era

After nearly 40 years of working with Steve Hill at Thornfalcon Classics, Garry Dickens has decided to take another position in the Motor Trade. We are sad to see him leave and wish him every success for the future. Thornfalcon Classics will still continue, as usual, to source and provide high quality classic vehicles and offer FREE advice to our customers. We hold an eclectic stock of more than 20 vehicles for sale all under one roof. We have a covered transporter for discreet and safe collection and delivery.


This year's Classic Car Meeting will take place on Sunday the 31st August at Parklands Henlade TA3 5NB from 11am - 2.30. Entrance as always is FREE and there is no need for individuals to book a place for displaying your vehicle. We encourage clubs to contact us as soon as possible to allocate suitable space.

Due to the increase in attendance at the meeting we need more helpers. If you are interested in helping to 'Marshall' the event please contact us by email or call Steve on 07798 571421 or 01823 444500.

Todays update; just put new bearings in a Lotus Twin Cam engine that  is going on our automobilia page and is for sale, here's a short video of it running in the LOTUS 7 we are restoring, now with the correct 1600 GT engine.
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