|Jerry served his apprenticeship at Lenham motor Co in Kent, restoring classic & sports cars, race preparation & manufacture of fibreglass bodies & panels for race cars. Assisting in the manufacture of the Lenham Healey & Arkley SS sports cars.|
For a year after his apprenticeship, Jerry ran the workshop & helped the race team for Tolhurst racing.On leaving he went to London to work for DCM & TR Workshop in Kensington. After the company relocated to the country, the birth of Enginuity was on the horizon.
|Mark served his apprenticeship working mainly on modern European cars with the exception of a year at Beaufort Restorations working on vintage & classic cars.|
His last job was as a workshop manager at Renault main dealer when he got the Enginuity call!
|Paul served his training at Isleworth Poly gaining city and guilds certificate at general and mechanical engineering. He then spent the next five years in the auto electrical industry.|
After that, with a little persuasion & the idea of working on classic cars, he joined Enginuity in 1989 & is now part of the infrastructure.
|Andy served his apprenticeship at Sportscar Workshop in Chiswick, with a background working for leading classic & sportscar garages from the London area including running his own garage for a number of years.|
|Tony Hart has been a Triumph Stag specialist for over 35 years ( he still hasn't learnt his lesson! ) and brings his vast experience with him. He brings with him his supply of quality Stag parts. The engine building and fault diagnosis are second to none!|
|Quintin served his apprenticeship at a specialist panel repair workshop in Johannesburg SA for eight years. He has moved to England to work for us at Enginuity. He has brought with him many skills including jig work & chassis alignment, leading & panel fabrication.|