Automotive restoration and repair shop located in Perkasie PA seeks an experienced shop foreman/service manager. We specialize in the restoration and repair of vintage European sports, touring and luxury cars with a particular emphasis on British cars. Nearly all the cars we build and maintain were constructed prior to 1980, long before strong troubleshooting and diagnosis skills were replaced by OBD technology. You will be required to manage the day to day aspects of a busy shop. Responsibilities will include but will not be limited to: manage technicians, interact with customers to provide initial project estimates, answer questions and furnish periodic updates. You will be required to plan, organize and control multiple projects simultaneously, generate invoices, monitor job progress and advise on technical issues. While dealership experience is a plus, the pace, attitude and type of work performed here is markedly different. You will need good computer skills because we use a proprietary work order generation program and email is the preferred method of communication for many of our customers. We offer a pleasant work environment, a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental coverage, a retirement plan, and paid vacation time. Salary will be offered based on experience. If you are interested in applying for this position, please call Mike at 215 257 1202 to discuss your qualifications and arrange an interview
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This year's DVT (Delaware Valley Triumphs) Fall Getaway on October 24th, 25th & 26th, proved to be another wonderful weather weekend for both driving and sight seeing. Our destination this year was the “Museum at Bethel Woods”, site of the original Woodstock Festival, (aka “an Aquarian Exposition”, originally billed as “3 Days of Peace & Music”) which took place in August of 1969. Read the full story.
This is the very beginning of what will be a 1960 Triumph Italia 2000 GT Vignale number 122. This car is one of about a hundred cars that survived from the 329 total built between 1959 and 1962. The familiar looking frame and all running gear is Triumph TR3A. The hand-built body is at our sister shop, Pollock Auto Restoration being prepared to be finished beautiful silver that will show off the lines of this handsome car. Stay tuned for more updates as we make progress! See more progess on the Works in Progress page.
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.
Ragtops & Roadsters, experts in the restoration and service of British automobiles, has become the sole Northeast United States representative for Birkin America. We will offer regional support for Birkin owners and prospective buyers by showing and demonstrating various versions of this Lotus Seven S3 reproduction. Ragtops & Roadsters will offer cars ready to assemble or already built and ready-to-drive cars, as well as service, performance upgrades and, eventually, full race set up.Read More
Ragtops & Roadsters is now available on Facebook for all of our enthusiasts and friends to follow! Click here to see the Ragtops & Roadsters Facebook page, and start following us for even more news and updates about the shop.
You've just purchased the car of your dreams. Pop quiz: What is both the last thing you want to deal with but also the most important? That's right, insurance -- more specifically, specialty insurance for your collector car.
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