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Park Lane Classics - A Potted History

A passion for trim and value for money





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Owen Lloyd
Park Lane Classics
47 Park Lane
Bonehill, Tamworth,
Staffordshire B78 3HZ
United Kingdom


I have been selling trim on ebay from the early days. Have a look at my feedback to see what my customers think of my trim. I still auction items on ebay - it is a great way for you to save money and I keep in touch with what people want You can combine your ebay auction items with items from my standard price list - many people do. That way you can  get exactly what you want at the best possible price!



You might save even more
than before!


Me Park Lane Classics The Future
13 years is a long time to be in automotive trim and I've enjoyed it!

I started on the production line making bits for Jaguar seats and ended up as Product Launch Manager. In between I have worked in Quality Assurance, Customer Support, Design and Testing, Six Sigma Blackbelt and Product Development. Along the way I have worked for and with some of the best companies: Jaguar, Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Ford, Toyota etc.

My three key lessons:
1. Quality starts and finishes with the customer
2. High Quality = Low Waste = Low Prices
3. Honesty at all times

In 2003 I decided to turn my hobby of restoring classic cars into a business.

At first I made clapped out classic cars roadworthy  before selling them on. This grew into bare metal resprays and restorations.

I made most of the trim myself because I found the existing suppliers to be too expensive or of poor quality. I tried auctioning a few of my items on ebay and the feedback was really positive.

In 2005 I decided to focus 100% on trim. Trim boards came first followed by my highly popular kits.

Finally, in May 2006, I launched my own website.

Park Lane Classics is growing all the time and I have only scratched the surface of what I want to do.

I make my own trim boards, seat covers and foams. This means that I can produce complete interiors using matching vinyl.

I now make all my boards using CAD and CNC, shortening development times. I am currently working on earlier model Spitfires & GT6s.

I want to add new models to my range. I have a set of TR6 seats... I wonder if I could justify buying a whole car to the taxman?