You may have noticed that in the past few months we have made changes that impact the entirety of our operation. We initially wrote about these in a story titled “Undiscovered Classics – New Direction” in November last year.
Several months have passed since we wrote the story and I’m pleased to say we’ve implemented many of these changes. Among the most important are the following:
NAME CHANGE FROM
“FORGOTTEN FIBERGLASS” TO “UNDISCOVERED CLASSICS”
This occurred last November and allows us to more broadly discover, research, write about and cover all handcrafted cars – not just those built from fiberglass.
CREATION OF OUR “PORTFOLIO”
The “Portfolio” is a chronicle of what we do best – “We find, research, restore, show and sell America’s lost automotive treasures.” Click on the following link to explore our Portfolio. On our Portfolio page, the active links (links that work) are in blue. The ones we are still working on are in black.
EXPANSION OF OUR HEMMINGS STORE
Another significant change we’ve implemented has been the creation and expansion of our Hemmings store. This enables us to showcase and sell some of the cars we have held in inventory. These include restored cars, unrestored cars, project cars and handcrafted bodies – nearly all are American handcrafted specials from the early postwar years. Quite a variety all in one place which is probably the first time such a store has existed.
Our new Hemmings store allows us to list many cars simultaneously. However, there’s a change. Not only do we list our own cars that are available but we market handcrafted cars for others too. Recently we helped market and sell a Victress C3 Coupe which is going overseas. Currently we are helping with a Byers SR-100 and a Kellison – all supporters and friends of Undiscovered Classics. Our newly expanded store helps us do all this and more.
So you can see, we’ve been busy these last nearly 5 months since our “Undiscovered Classics: A New Direction” story was posted. We’ve made quite a few changes and we’re making even more in the coming months. Stay tuned gang and thanks as always for your support.
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The adventure continues here at Undiscovered Classics.
Geoffrey R. Hacker, Ph.D.
“We find, research, restore, show and sell…
America’s lost automotive treasures”