Can YOU mend Gay­don’s clas­sics?

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - News -

The Bri­tish Mo­tor Mu­seum is look­ing for a clas­sic-savvy me­chanic to help look af­ter its col­lec­tion of more than 300 cars.

The op­por­tu­nity has arisen fol­low­ing the re­tire­ment of Steve Kite, who’s been work­ing with Gay­don’s ex­hibits for more than 25 years, and the sub­se­quent pro­mo­tion of for­mer ap­pren­tice Martin Brown to be the mu­seum’s head me­chanic.

The War­wick­shire mu­seum, which re­opened in Fe­bru­ary fol­low­ing a £1.1m re­fur­bish­ment, says it’s look­ing for a skilled me­chanic with a back­ground of his­toric car restora­tion. For in­for­ma­tion about the new me­chanic role visit the cur­rent va­can­cies page on the mu­seum’s web­site.

‘This is a rare op­por­tu­nity for a skilled me­chanic with a sound back­ground in his­toric car restora­tion and ve­hi­cle main­te­nance to join our work­shop team,’ says work­shop team leader Paul Gilder.

‘We look af­ter more than 300 his­toric Bri­tish cars dat­ing back to the 1900s, so it is a var­ied role with plenty of mar­ques and mod­els to work on.’

www.british­mo­tor­mu­seum.co.uk

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