CRCS makes restoring into an art

CRSC is an abbreviation for Classic and Race Car Service and can be seen as one of the hobby Ernest Knoors who worked as an engineer in Formula . He worked at Cosworth, BMW and the last 7 years at Ferrari. The people at CRCS are working with surgical precision with in a relatively unobtrusive premises in Amstelveen, The Netherlands.

1967-austin-healey-3000-mk3-ph2 1967-shelby-mustang-gt500

1978-porsche-930-turbo 1962-jaguar-e-type

The purpose of CRSC is restoring classic cars to the highest level and supporting events with these classic or race cars. A common denominator of the cars they are working at is that they all have something special, think of a prototype, first day cars or just other rare specifications. So we saw an Aston Martin DBS prototype and a Triumph TR6 which left the factory on the first day of production and is the oldest survivor of this type.


Perfection is priority, you will only find matching number cars at CRCS and they will always prefer an overhaul rather than replacement. Their selection of cars you will see at Capital Cars & Classics on the 18th and 19th of March is not known at this moment but that they can withstand a critical eye is certainly…