Each and every motorcar has an identity. She is unique. She has feelings, history and a soul. Often a motorcar is a member of the family. We are enthusiasts. We name our cars, we recognise their sounds, smells and intricacies. It's because of this we believe in what we do. We believe in building motorcars that will stand the test of time.
Evanta Motor Company is a privately owned business. The managing director built and sold his first commercial motorcar in 1995. Since then has been building, restoring, repairing and assembling motorcars from all over the world.
Having been inspired by the engineering, beauty and lines of motorcars developed and built in the 1950's, it's apparent that pedigree cars from this period are unobtainable for most people. We have set about reproducing modern day cars that capture the influence of this iconic period of motoring dynasty.
We don't build replicas we build cars to client specification that are inspired by a generation of iconic marques. We make these cars usuable, yet retain the charm and character you would expect from owning a vintage motorcar.
Each client is involved throughout the build. We take you on a journey from start to finish. We ensure the seating position, steering wheel and pedals suit your exact size and frame. The fit, finish and colours are often changed as each motorcar develops to ensure the finished product not only meets but exceeds expectations. Each motorcar is supplied with a detailed photographic build diary.
Each motorcar is supplied as a UK registered vehicle. We also provide each motorcar with an IVA test certificate from VOSA, one years MOT, one year's road tax and an Evanta Motor Company warranty.
We have assembled a team of highly trained, highly skilled and experienced technicians. We also use numerous well renowned sub contractors for specific elements of each build.
Each motorcar is built in house at our workshops in Hertfordshire, Essex and Warwickshire.
We welcome visitors by appointment.
Richard Pardon is the Official Evanta Photographer.