A peek inside the world’s largest classic car restoration shop

Where in the world can you find more than 200 people working in one classic car restoration complex – with vast hangar-like halls for bodywork, for Jaguar, for Rolls-Royce and Mercedes, for future projects and more? Surprisingly, the answer is not the United States, UK, Australia or anywhere in Europe – it’s the Philippines, on the former US airbase that is now Clark Freeport Zone, writes Malcolm McKay. The idea of Australian businessman Jim Byrnes, the Byrnes Motor Trust Restoration facility was established six years ago. Choosing a location where…

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