DEALER PROFILE AND VEHICLE LISTING

Dealer profile and vehicle listings for Woodham Mortimer

Woodham Mortimer specialises in sourcing, restoring and maintaining the most significant road and racing cars in the world.

The Woodham Mortimer team of around 60 craftsmen and engineers create not only some of the most beautiful and acclaimed classic car restorations in the world, but also some of the fastest, most competitive historic racing cars. Our showroom and workshop facilities in Maldon showcase an intricate attention-to-detail and a commitment to craftsmanship.

All Woodham Mortimer work, from full engine rebuilds to nut-and-bolt restorations, is carried out in a world-class, 150,000 sq/ft facility in Maldon, an hour outside London. The quality of restoration work carried out by Woodham Mortimer has been acknowledged as among the best in the world, with multiple award wins at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, Cartier Style et Luxe and Salon Privé.

The Competition Department, responsible for all of Woodham Mortimer’s historic motorsport activity, is one of the most successful outfits in the sport. Its ex-Fangio C-type has won back-to-back races at Monaco Historique, its Lister Costin won every single round of the Stirling Moss Trophy in 2017 and its E-type Lightweight won two consecutive RAC TT Celebration races at Goodwood Revival.

Woodham Mortimer is also a major sponsor of some of the largest motoring events in the world, including the Mille Miglia, Goodwood Revival and Goodwood Members’ Meeting, providing unrivalled access for our customers.

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1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV

1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series 4 This DB4 was originally supplied on 31st January 1962 through agent ‘J.Blake’ to its first owner Mr [...]

1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series 3 Factory Demonstrator

Aston Martin DB4 S3 “Factory Demonstrator” This exceptional DB4 is a historically important Aston Martin being the first Series 3 car [...]

1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider

1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Spider LHD According to the Alfa Romeo Museum archives this Giulia Spider was manufactured on September 13th 1962 and [...]
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