Winter time is when a lot of our customers get a lot of work done on their cars, especially here in New England. This time of year, there are not a lot of car shows or events, so we tend to get quite a few tours. This past weekend, we hosted the Porsche Club of New England and a New Hampshire Hot Rod club. Tours typically involve an introduction to all of our cars, a factory tour with stops in R&D, welding, composite molding, chassis assembly, and outgoing shipping.
If you’re in New England this winter, give Sally a call and schedule a tour or just stop by and say hi.
Apparently, Porsche guys dig on Hot Rods!
My daughter Madison came in and made sure everyone had brochures and helped sell t-shirts.
Outgoing shipping kits getting ready to go to customers.
The Hot Rod Pick-Up Truck was at Barrett-Jackson, but visitors got to check out this in-process truck being made for NASCAR’s Joey Logano.
R&D shop heads out into the main warehouse.
Q&A in R&D!
The weather was clear, but the roads are so full of salt and gravel that it makes test drives unwise.
I love Saturday tours because it gives people a chance to take their time and really look over not only the cars, but also how they’re made.
This weekend, we are heading to the Grand National Roadster Show, and the weather promises to be much better than New England in January. Huge thanks to the Porsche Club guys and New Hampshire hot rodders for the stoke.