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Second Callum Mk2 in production

Published 05 March 2015

The build of the second Mark 2 by Callum is already underway at the headquarters of restorers Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth (CMC).

The first car, a Jaguar Mk2 redesigned by Jaguar’s design director Ian Callum and reengineered by CMC for his own personal use, was unveiled at the opening of the company’s new headquarters in August 2014, boasting a huge number of aesthetic and technical modifications.

This will be the second of a limited run of 12 cars and is expected to visit the US next year.

Nick Goldthorp, managing director of CMC, said, ‘The second Mark 2 by Callum is in production, it is going to be a left hand drive car and the body is nearing completion. We should finish the vehicle by the end of this year.’

Each vehicle will be tailored to an individual buyer, who will spend time with Ian Callum to finalise the specification.

Nick Goldthorp said no two cars will be the same - gearbox, exterior and interior colours can be changed. ‘Each Mark 2 can be built as a right- or left-hand drive car with automatic or manual transmission and can be additionally fitted with power steering, air conditioning, electric windows and different types of wood veneer.’

Callum Mk2


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