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E-Type UK Open Their Doors For Coffee Cakes And Classic Cars


Comment; "We are all really looking forward to welcoming a host of car fans down to North Frith Farm and showing what we’ve been up to behind the scenes." ^

- E-Type UK and sister company DM Historics to host an informal gathering of like-minded petrolheads at Kent headquarters on March 16th from 10 am to 1 pm

- Inaugural event to be a meeting point for classic car owners to enjoy an informal morning of coffee, cake and automotive indulgence

- Welcome to all, the event will also give the public the chance to see the inner workings of a top-tier restorer known for restomod E-types, classic British racers, Pebble Beach entrants and everything in between

- From Jaguars to Aston Martins, Rolls-Royce, Range Rover and much more, both firms will have a range of cars on display

This Saturday E-Type UK and DM Historics will play host to an informal gathering in the picturesque surroundings of North Frith Farm, Hadlow, Kent.

A first for both firms, the event will be a chance for anyone to bring their pride and joy down for a morning of automotive indulgence and enjoy a hot beverage and slice of cake while surrounded by a wide range of stunning classics. The Kent-based meet will also give attendees access to the workshops and a chance to meet the team behind both companies. With extensive in-house facilities, attendees will also see ongoing restoration projects in a variety of stages from standard to upgraded and get to meet the technicians behind the machines.

A selection of vehicles for sale, ranging from both high-performance and Concours E-types to a freshly restored coach built British Rolls-Royce icon, Italian rally racer Fiat and much more will be available for viewing.

Ample private parking is available on-site, ensuring your car is a stone’s throw from the action, kept safe and available for all to see. Tea, coffee and cake will be served to fuel automotive discussion, and the team behind E-Type UK and DM Historics will be on hand to answer any questions on the sales, servicing and restoration of classic automobiles.

Founder Marcus Holland commented: We are all really looking forward to welcoming a host of car fans down to North Frith Farm and showing what we’ve been up to behind the scenes.^ As the weather begins to improve, this is a fine chance for classic car owners to stretch the legs of their machines on lovely Kent B-roads, pick our brains and see some top-class machinery.”

Regardless of the weather, Coffee, Cakes & Classic Cars welcomes all cars this weekend. No RSVP is required but with beverages, cakes and parking on a first-come-first-served basis, you can register your event interest here: https://etypeuk.com/news-and-events/coffee-cakes-classic-cars-march-meet-19/

 

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