David worked for Adams & Mahoney in Manhattan and later for Abingdon Spares in Walpole, N.H. before starting Sports Car Services in 1987, but his hands on experience of those cars predates all of them. While he believes that the MGB was the best sports car ever built and drives a 1969 MGB tourer daily in the more temperate months and a rubber bumper GT (with four studded snow tires) when it isn't, his opinion is informed by his equally long association with the marque Jaguar, (and others) of which he owns three, including a very rare early XK 140 MC open two seater with overdrive, which is currently undergoing a ground up restoration.

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Sports Car Services, Westminster, Vermont    802-387-4540
Steve Reed
Patrick is a second generation british car guy with the kind of problem solving skills that make for efficient and effective repairs that represent value for money. Driveline work, as you can see, is second nature to him, and he is often specifically tasked with transmission & overdrive repairs and overhaul, as well as general repair work. On his winter break Patrick bolts the hardtop on his overdrive MGB and explores the sunny climes, but in the warmer months he can also be found
putting one or another of his three V12 Jaguars
thru its paces.

Warner, also a second generation british car guy, is a classic Bull & Jam man who gets the job done. Every good shop needs one. Few people can match him for efficiency when it comes to jobs like a complete clutch replacement or total brake overhaul, or as seen here, assemble a car from the ground up. Warner glommed-on to his first british car, a six cylinder MGC, when he was 16, and still keeps it in good order, ready to go anywhere, anytime, just like everything he works on.

Butch is among the very best british car technicians in the Northeast. His skill set encompasses both repair and fabrication (as seen left) and he is just as skilled as a welder as he is as an installer of convertible tops, which for us, of course, is a routine service. Previously, he was the wizard of the maintenance shop at the Mount Snow ski area where his areas of expertise ran the gamut from dump trucks to grooming machines, but very few people who know him would argue that he's been in his zone for the last 12 years at Sports Car Services
Sports Car Services is located in Vermont farm country, in the middle of about 50 acres of woods, pasture and mowings. It's a tremendous place to work. Our shop is an old farm building with six service bays up and two down, plus a dedicated driveline shop and a lot of attic storage. Additionally, we carry about $85,000 in new parts inventory on premises, which makes for very
efficient repairs.