Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Father And Son Are Turning Rust To Riches
Lance, 52, and Merlin McCormack, 20, brought back to life John Lennon’s iconic 1965 Rolls-Royce Phantom.
A pair of father and son car dealers are turning rust to riches by buying, selling and fixing some of the world’s rarest cars. Among the classics Lance, 52 and Merlin McCormack, 20, have worked on included John Lennon’s iconic white 1965 Rolls-Royce Phantom, alongside motors worth £15 million and above.
Testing their mechanical know-how, Lance and Merlin have totally reconstructed a one-of-a-kind Porsche, and found themselves the go-to guys for bespoke classic car restoration. Other rarities to have been treated at their garage in Brentwood, west London, include Captain America’s shield used in the 2011 blockbuster, and a scrathed windscreen of a 1930s Ferrari. Their current project is one for Merlin – puling his dad and their business into the 21st Century and getting themselves on Facebook, Instagram and other social networks around the world.
Full article: Mirror