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Image Sports Cars was launched in January 2005 by custom car expert Peter Allen.

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Well known on the racing circuit, Peter started his career as an apprentice at Aston Martin before moving into motorsports. In the 70's and 80's he built and ran his own Formula Ford Team, and this led to building high specification track and road vehicles such as Westfields, 'D' Type Jaguars and V2 Clubmans.

In late 2004, after many years as a successful businessman, Peter bought the Monza and F27 Clubman ranges with a view to modifying and upgrading these to meet the high demands of today's track and road drivers.

Since its launch, Image Sports Cars has attracted interest from both within the UK and overseas. Modifications and improvements to the Monza and Clubman have been implemented and further refinements are planned for the very near future.

As well as focusing on the custom build of individual Monza and Clubman cars, the company is set to also offer dedicated services to owners of other high performance vehicles.

These include optimising performance, adjustments to balance and weight ratios, and alignment services.

(source: Image)

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