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  • Bobbies head to the US

    Bobbies head to the US

    Source: Malton & Pickering Mercury, March 2013

    Coast to coast drive to raise fallen cop cash. A pair of bobbies are set to drive across America in a replica vintage panda car, that was brought back to life at a Malton garage. ...

  • Turned out nice again.

    Turned out nice again.

    Source: Classic Car Weekly, April 2011

    It was an offer that no one with a passion foe motoring or show business could refuse: a classic Rolls Royce, with only 44,000 miles on the clock; previous owner: George Formby....

  • 20 Years of Yorkshire Success.

    20 Years of Yorkshire Success.

    Source: Classic Car Buyer, April 2011

    Last week marked the 20th anniversary of the Classic & Sportscar Centre - formerly known as Grundy Mack - which specialises in offering high-quality classics from its premises in Malton, North Yorkshire. And current owner James Szkiler is enjoying the limelight....

  • Stars Silver Roller sells for nearly £65000

    Stars Silver Roller sells for nearly £65000

    Source: The Blackpool Gazette, April 2011

    A STUNNING Rolls Royce once owned by comedy king George Formby has been sold for almost £65,000...

  • York Press: George Formby’s Rolls Royce Silver Dawn For Sale

    York Press: George Formby’s Rolls Royce Silver Dawn For Sale

    Source: York Press, April 2011

    This stunning Rolls Royce Silver Dawn was once owned by comic legend George Formby and has now gone on sale at a Malton classic car centre.

  • Bodywork venture for Classic Dealer

    Bodywork venture for Classic Dealer

    Source: Classic Car Weekly, June 2010

    The Classic & Sportscar Centre, based in West Knapton in North Yorkshire, has recently acquired the Malton Coachworks as an ongoing concern. This will allow them to provide a total end-to-end service for their customers. 

  • Was this bitsa a Nazi Merc?

    Was this bitsa a Nazi Merc?

    Source: Classic & Sports Car, March 2010

    After an epic adventure, a UK Classic Car Dealer has tracked down a Mercedes Benz 600k in Russia that may have been Nazi commander Hermann Goring's post-Blue Goose transport.

  • Not Goering for a song

    Not Goering for a song

    Source: Classic Cars For Sale, March 2010

    A Mercedes built for Hitler's right hand man is expected to fetch £12m making it the most valuable car in the world. The Mercedes 600K Special Roadster is an upgraded 'Blue Goose' model of which only 26 were ever made and the last one sold fetched £4m.

  • British Dealer Finds Top Nazi's Mercedes Benz

    British Dealer Finds Top Nazi's Mercedes Benz

    Source: Clasic Car Weekly, January 2010

    British classic car specialist Nick Szkiler has without doubt made the find of anyone's lifetime - unearthing a 1942 Mercedes Benz V12 600K once owned by Nazi Hermann Goerring from a Russian lock-up.

  • Motor dealer discovers 1942 Mercedes in Russian lock-up

    Motor dealer discovers 1942 Mercedes in Russian lock-up

    Source: The York Press, January 2010

    Nick Szkiler, who owns the Classic & Sportscar Centre, at West Knapton, near Malton, was told the Mercedes Benz 600K Special Roadster, one of only 26 ever made, had been rotting away in a garage.