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Classic and Sportscar Centre News

 

  • Mercedes Benz 600K Special Roadster discovered by Nick Szkiler, Classic & Sportscar Centre

    Mercedes Benz 600K Special Roadster discovered by Nick Szkiler, Classic & Sportscar Centre

    Published: January 2010

    1942 Mercedes Benz V12 600K, Special fully armored body by Erdmann & Rossi, sport cabriolet on shortened wheelbase.

  • Classic & Sportscar Centre on ITV1

    Classic & Sportscar Centre on ITV1

    Published: January 2010

    Classic & Sportscar Centre featured on Thursdays ITV Yorkshire Calendar news programme. Managing Director Nick Szkiler's interview features the discovery of one of the most amazing Mercedes Benz cars in history....

  • Classic Motor Show 2009 at the NEC

    Classic Motor Show 2009 at the NEC

    Published: November 2009

    On November 13th, 14th and 15th, Classic & Sportscar Centre exhibited for the fourth year in succession at the Classic Motor Show 2009. The show is held annually at the NEC, Birmingham and is one of the biggest and most popular shows of its kind in the UK.
  • James at the 2008 LeJog rally - Result

    James at the 2008 LeJog rally - Result

    Published: December 2008

    Lands End - John O'Groats completed and £5,000 raised!
  • Fundraising - James at the 2008 LeJog rally

    Fundraising - James at the 2008 LeJog rally

    Published: December 2008

    This is quite an endurance test over a 1400 mile route, with a further 900 miles travelleing to and from the event.
  • Visit to Melrose Orphanage, Grafton, Sierra Leone

    Visit to Melrose Orphanage, Grafton, Sierra Leone

    Published: December 2008

    Over the past 14 years Directors have been involved in raising money to change lives. Paul Szkiler is a founding Director of the Duchess of York's charity, 'Children in Crisis' which set up a mountain home for child victims of industrial pollution in Eastern Europe. This work continues and 'CIC' now has projects helping children in several countries.