Duncan Hamilton ROFGO to Launch at Concours of Elegance

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Adrian Hamilton of Duncan Hamilton Limited and Roald Goethe are delighted to launch Duncan Hamilton ROFGO Limited at this year’s Concours of Elegance. The company will be based at the newly-built ROFGO Park in Hampshire, home of ROFGO Racing and the world-famous ROFGO collection.

Duncan Hamilton ROFGO will specialize in the finest historic and competition cars, building on the solid reputation of Duncan Hamilton’s 70 years of trading. The sales team are comprised of Nick Maton, Jack Tetley and Simon Drabble, each bringing individual product specialist knowledge and a wealth of experience in sourcing cars for clients, whether as a single purchase or part of a collection. They all compete in historic racing and will be part of the ROFGO Racing team at this year’s Goodwood Revival.

“The historic car market has developed hugely over the last two decades” said Adrian Hamilton “and with that evolution so have the collectors. Roald and I have enjoyed a close relationship for over a decade and have always seen the obvious synergy between Duncan Hamilton and ROFGO. Now ROFGO Park is built, it seemed the right time to create Duncan Hamilton ROFGO.”

“There are so many exciting ways we can develop Duncan Hamilton ROFGO” enthused Roald Goethe “the facilities at ROFGO Park are second to none and I look forward to seeing all of us working together in the coming years – we have some great ideas and strategic alliances to announce.”

Duncan Hamilton ROFGO have chosen the Hampton Court Concours of Elegance as a fitting venue to officially launch the company. “With this event’s global reach, it seemed the obvious venue to introduce the company. In order to show the new link, we will exhibit a rarely seen car from the ROFGO collection on our stand alongside two cars from our showroom,” said Adrian Hamilton.