By working closely with our customers over the years, listening and achieving their requirements has resulted in solid, long term customer relationships. Approximately 80% of customers have been with us for more than 25 years. We are more than happy to provide contact details of some of these clients for reference - with their permission of course.
2015 marked 40 years specialising in the classic and performance sector of the motor industry.
Andreas' experience started in London in the 1970's with Libra Motive, including the competition preparation of the Morgan Motor Company Plus 8 MMC II, that became the 1978 BRDC & 1979 BRSCC winner of the Production Sports Car championship; driven by Charles Morgan and Rob Wells. Following that in the 80's came a further Libra Motive developed Plus 8, MMC 111, that went on to win the STP Modsports championship.
Andreas then moved to the SW of England and started his own company, endorsed by the Morgan Motor Company appointing him as an Official Morgan Service Agent. Over the last 30 years Andreas has built an enviable reputation not just for servicing and competition preparation of Morgans, but also all types of Vintage, Classic & historic motor cars.
The pace of life may have slowed a little with the move a few years ago to SW France, however the range of marques has expanded along with the services, experience and expertise offered.
Garage Andreas is based in the beautiful rolling countryside of the Gers in South West France. The garage specialises in the servicing, repair and restoration of vintage, classic and performance cars.
Garage Andreas is by no means sitting on its laurels in the sleepy french countryside. It keeps up with the latest technological innovations in the motor industry and supports cutting edge innovation such as Bloodhound SSC, based in Bristol in the SW England. The BLOODHOUND SSC is a global Engineering Project, using a 1000 mph World Land Speed Record attempt to inspire the next generation about science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Keep updated with the project www.bloodhoundssc.com/project