CLASSIC RESTORATIONS: Jaguar Heritage has opened a workshop at Browns Lane for classic Jaguars to be restored and serviced. Image: Jaguar
• Jaguar Heritage workshop opens
• Historic Browns Lane facility
• Warrantied servicing restoration
• Lightweight E-types craftsmen
• Certified Jaguar-approved logbooks
• Introductory 20% discount offer
COVENTRY, England – Jaguar Heritage has opened a workshop at Browns Lane, a significant move for owners of classic models, says the automaker.
Browns Lane is known as the spiritual home of many of the brand's heritage vehicles.
The workshop also happens to be the same facility in which Jaguar’s six new Lightweight E-type period competition cars will be built. The workshop will offer warrantied servicing and restoration of classic models by the same craftsmen who will be building the six Lightweight models.
Martyn Hollingsworth, a third-generation Jaguar employee, will be heading up the Jaguar Heritage and says the craftsmen have a unique skillset.
According to Jaguar, customers will be able to visit while work is in progress on their vehicles and, upon completion, they can obtain both a photographic record of the work carried out and a Jaguar approved service logbook.
Hollingsworth said: “The recreation of the new Lightweight E-type period competition cars has demonstrated the unique skillset within the Jaguar Heritage team, and I’m delighted the opening of our Browns Lane workshop means we’re now able to make those same skills available to the benefit of our global customers.”
The Jaguar Heritage workshop can collect and deliver vehicles for service or restoration from any location in the UK or, in the case of overseas customers, any UK airport or port.
Jaguar says early customers will benefit from an introductory offer of 20% reduction on labour rates for works completed prior to 31 December 2014 (terms and conditions apply).
For an appointment or vehicle appraisal at Browns Lane, email firstname.lastname@example.org