TIGOSE has a new Member, Art Metal, based in Jersey. Art Metal is a specialist coachbuilding, custom part and art metal fabrication business with over 25 years of experience of metalworking expertise. They manufacture, repair or recreate metal panelwork and components primarily for historic vehicles. They also undertake sculptural works in metal for artists. Among other
System Store Solutions, which designs and produces workshops and storage spaces for the top manufacturing sectors in the UK, has just joined The International Guild of Specialist Engineers as a Commercial Partner. One of their areas of expertise is the automotive and motorsport industry; System Store Solutions has completed projects for prestigious clients such as
Majestic Motors Limited joins The International Guild of Specialist Engineers as a Member. Based in Warwickshire, Majestic Motors offers classic car and bike restoration, servicing, modification and repair, as well as road safety Checks, race preparation, engine and gearbox reconditioning, welding, rust-proofing and reverse engineering. As the young company expands,
TIGOSE Preferred Partner Kahn Thornton is an accountancy firm which offers specialised services reflecting the needs of specific industries. In particular, the business has a branch dedicated to automotive/classic car dealers and specialists. Their brand new website has information about it here: https://www.96guild.com/members/preferred-partners/288-2/
TIGOSE Vice-President Peter Stevens features as CAR magazine’s cover story in its September issue. Professor Peter Stevens has been posting his opinions over the past, present and future of car design on Facebook (and The International Guild of Specialist Engineers’ FB page) here: PeterStevens Designer Peter Stevens’s website is www.peterstevensdesign.co.uk.
The first problem with being a design student these days is that the pressure is on to… “GET A JOB”. The second problem is that no one is sure how to do that? The suggestion from teachers is to fit to what the industry wants: if you want to work for VW, for example,
Vice-President Peter Stevens’s view of concept cars at Goodwood Festival of Speed Very interesting to see three car companies showing concept cars at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. All three were virtual concepts designed for ‘Grand Turismo’ computer games that had then been turned into full size concept models. Clearly Goodwood’s ‘Moving Motor Show’
Peter Stevens is one of the UK’s best-known and most sought-after international transportation and product designers. He is responsible for creating road and race cars for McLaren, Lamborghini, BMW, Lotus, Prodrive and TWR among others. From specialist, bespoke vehicles to mass production models Peter Stevens’s creations have won international accolades. Before the demise of MG Rover in 2005,
Acclaimed British engineer and race car designer Tony Southgate, cut his teeth in motorsport design at Lola Cars, continuing with IndyCar and then landing the job of Chief Designer for the BRM F1 team in the late Sixties. By the early Seventies Southgate was involved with Shadow Racing Cars, designing very competitive CanAm and F1
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