When Miles started to develop a growing interest for Land Rovers early on in life, he decided to follow and learn a lot about concourse standards from Ken Wheelwright’s fantastic restorations. These restorations became the catalyst to buy more classic Land Rovers and develop a company trading in the best vehicles for both enthusiasts and investors. Previously Miles started trading in Land Rover during his later years at sixth form.
Miles has followed the classic car market for many years and has seen that in the past decade, interest in the classic leaf-spring Series Land Rover has grown exponentially. A good original or fully restored vehicle should be a cherished piece of British automotive history, beautiful to own, fun to drive and a strong future investment. The Land Rover brand has gone from strength to strength and with the end of Defender production in 2015, there is no better time to celebrate the company’s heritage than to buy from Williams Classics.