OUR SPECIALIST STAFF
As the owner of Up The Creek Workshop, Grant has a lifetime's worth of experience with vintage cars, stemming from his early days in New Zealand.
In his spare time, Grant fettles his own chain drive Frazer-Nashes.
Daniel completed his apprenticeship as a machinist at UTCW, and now manages the administration of the workshop.
His vintage motoring miles are covered in his 1923 Vauxhall 23/60.
Simon specialises in engine reconditioning.
In his leisure time, when he isn't off 4x4ing, Simon works on his Vauxhall 20/60.
The welding and fabrication man at UTCW.
Ben's motor of choice is a 1928 Ford roadster which he is currently building.
A man with a passion for Delages. Phil has a wealth of knowledge both of mechanics and engine reconditioning.
He glides around the countryside in his 1928 Delage DR70 coupe, and has a project Delage DR70 tourer.
Mitch is a qualified motor mechanic, with a passion for old cars.
Mitch drives a 1953 Oldsmobile 98 and is building a 1929 Ford.
Cam has trained as a machinist with a background in engine reconditioning.
With a penchant for small cars, Cam owns a supercharged 1930 Austin 7 Ulster.
Dan is a qualified motor mechanic.
Brandon is UTCW's resident apprentice.
He has a passion for vintage stationary engines, historic tractors and machinery.