Be advised that the bridge on Walnut St. / Route 152 just south of our shop will be closed through November 2018. If coming to the shop from the south we suggest you travel north on route 309 and get off at the route 563/Ridge Rd. exit and head east to Park Ave. make a right on Park Ave, follow it down. Go through the stop sign at 5th St. and turn left at 4th St.
On Saturday May 5th plan to stop by for our 24th Annual Spring Open House between 10 AM and 4 PM to see our latest restoration projects. Once again, we will have those delicious scones, teas, coffee and refreshments throughout the day. No need to register, just fire up your favorite collectible and stop by. Our staff and technicians will be on hand to answer any restoration questions you may have. We also plan to have some of our clients cars looking for new garages on display! This year we have a fair number of Jaguars, some Austin Healeys, lots of Lotus, many Triumphs and a couple of MGs
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Don’t be left out in the cold!
You are invited to join us on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 9 AM for the “Before We Put 'em Away Run” starting at Ragtops & Roadsters.
ATTENTION!!!: Rt. 152 leading to the Walnut St. Bridge is closed. If coming from southwest use Rt. 313 to 5th St. or Blooming Glen Road. If coming from Rt. 309 use Main St. into Sellersville and turn right on East Walnut St. towards Perkasie.
We just returned from a great trip to LOG 37. Read about it here.
By Dave Hutchison
This year's open house was a success despite having to move to Sunday due to weather. Turnout was a little less than usual but many sports cars enthusiasts stopped by to enjoy our famous scones and check out what's in the shop. The silver birch / oxblood red Triumph Italia #122 (Amelia as she has become known as) was the star of the day as she is all ready to start her third year on the Concours shows and off to Greenwich in a couple of weeks! The voting to paint or not to paint the 53 flat rad Morgan was a tie! The owner will have the final call! People kept coming right up to closing at 4 PM.
Here are some pics of the event.
If you missed this event at the Simeone Auto Museum you can enjoy a view of all the cars thanks to Pete Rohrbacher.
After the hall darkened, the F1 engines roared to life in the sleepy little Pennsylvania theater as images of racing mostly from the other side of the pond flashed across the screen! Dave Hobbs, Leigh Diffy, and Steve Matchett ran down the isles to a rock star entrance as the sold out house cheered them on. David opened by saying "Who knew? Sellersville, Pennsylvania?" See the whole article.
The "NEC" is the annual Classic Motor Show that is held at the National Exhibition Center and is Britain's largest indoor vintage motor show of car clubs, vendors, autojumble, and much more.Read the full article.
Click here to see the pearl white TRIUMPH TR3A In the Season 8 finale of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee", as Jerry Seinfeld and John Oliver (The Daily Show, Last Week Tonight) go for a coffee and comedy run in a 1959 Triumph TR3A restored at Ragtops & Roadsters. Many thanks to our friends Bill and Dotti Neidhardt.
After nearly two years of work by our restoration teams at both Ragtops & Roadsters and Pollock Auto Restoration, we are very proud to report that Robin and Alan Anspaugh's Triumph Italia 2000 GT has won an Amelia Award at the 2015 Amelia Island Concours. Congratulations to both Alan and Robin and all of our crew that worked so hard to restore this special car to the finest standards which lead to an award winning debut!
Stay tuned for the full story of Triumph Italia 2000 GT soon!
The car runs like it just came off the boat! Saturday afternoon, took the car for a spin. Car started on the first try. She purrs like a real Jaguar! It is nice to hop in the car without having to tinker with the engine to get it started. My dad would be very happy with that as well. His friend had to tinker with the car for almost five hours to get it running back in September of 2011. This was my dad's last time he took the car for a ride to the office. When Butch got the car to start, my dad lit up with joy and all the problems with his stage four cancer disappeared. Wahoo he said as they took off onto the road. Nothing better than a ride in an E-type. Had lots of people stare at the car on the way home on the turnpike. Fun car… I plan to make more improvements to the car with the guidance of Ragtops and Roadsters. This has been a great customer experience. Found a team that I can trust 100% to keep my dad's treasure alive and purring like a real cat. Thanks for all that you have done for the Polis family, Bill, Mary Anne, Alexis Polis
Ragtops and Roadsters is looking for your used MGA windscreen frames. Contact Barb at 610-323-7108 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any information.
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