Due to ever increasing enquiries and workload we are looking for additional staff.
Both Skilled and Semi-skilled workshop staff required to maintain, repair and restore a range of classic and modern classic MG cars for our customers, in our modern well equipped workshop on the Bellbrook Industrial Estate, Uckfield.
Although our workshop is predominately MG, we also work on many classic marques to cover the needs of our customers, so if your expertise is in the Classic Car Engineering field we would like to hear from you. We are interested in both full and part time enquiries if you can offer the skills we need.
Please e-mail your CV and any other relevant information in confidence to: email@example.com.
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As well as general repairs and servicing we
• Hood replacements
• Rear widow replacement/glass conversions
• Suspension upgrades
and much more…
AT EMGC we offer a full range of services to meet all your MG needs. We are MG enthusiasts with a vast wealth of experience in the world of classic car restoration, bodywork repair, reconditioning, general repairs and servicing of all types. We love the new models too and carryout general repairs, servicing and modifications, specialising in the MGF and TF. We are a MG Owners’ Club Recommended Supplier.
• Repairs, Servicing, MOTs
• Five Speed Conversions
• Leadfree Conversions
• Suspension and Brake Upgrades
• Fabrication & Welding
• Panelwork & Paintwork
We are based in Uckfield, East Sussex.
Call Graham Stevens today on
01825 762040 for a friendly chat about your pride and joy!
It has been over 30 years since Graham Stevens started his own garage business and has always had a passion for classic British sports cars. His father who was an engineer and keen classic car enthusiast inspired this interest from a young age.
Graham first trained at a British Leyland, MG, Jaguar main agents working on many of the classic cars he does now only when they were new, everyday transport. The type of tasks undertaken then were pre-delivery inspections, fault finding, rectifications, engine rebuilds and general repairs to transmissions, suspension, steering etc. as well as servicing and MOT work.
After learning the core skills, still used on the same cars today, Graham then joined an engineering company working in the machine shop. Learning to operate lathes, shapers, milling machines, capstans, drilling machines etc. to produce component parts and prototypes from working drawings.
Graham started his business in 1978 working on MG, Triumph TR & Stag, Jaguar, Austin Healey, Riley, Sunbeam, Bentley and Rolls Royce. Over the years working on MGs became a preference and Graham is now an expert on MG models old and new.