The Drive to Revive

Whilst we universally all watch the effects of current affairs play out, it seems only appropriate to communicate to FullBore readers, customers and friends the current state of affairs NM & Co and actions moving forward.

Despite all, we have continued to work remotely, responding to enquiries and supporting our customers with their motoring needs. Having previously suspended our operations, our workshops are now taking service, repair and MoT bookings, in anticipation of being able to return to full operations early in May.

During the lockdown period, we have been conducting sales remotely with three cars reserved and deposits received over the last three weeks. It has been heartening to know that our website presentation, car descriptions, videos and professional photography, have given information required for customers to confidently commit to a purchase, remotely.

As we move forward and resume operations, we are committed to providing a safe environment, with ongoing protocols of distancing and hygiene, of our cars and premises, being observed. The safety of our staff and customer visits being of paramount importance. *

Meanwhile, it is a pleasure to be able to bring you news of new arrivals and price adjustments.

One particular car, with a special appeal for the coming summer months, is the new to stock V12 Zagato. Finished in Sunburst Yellow, this joyous expression of automotive engineering, one of only 61 built, is a fitting relief to the gloom of recent events. With 1,370 miles covered from new this extreme and rare Italian influenced beauty, just shriek’s to be driven. Don’t we all hope to be driving for pleasure soon?

In that context, we would like to encourage all readers to visit our website and start planning your motoring for the coming months. We are contactable by phone or e-mail and would be delighted to hear from our friends, customers and readers, whilst we Drive to Revive, the aftereffects of business interruption.

Wishing everyone good health


* As of 22nd April, The government has confirmed that car dealerships CAN sell cars online and deliver them during the lockdown.