All classic car sales now under one roof for London dealer Hexagon

Time 2:00 pm, December 1, 2016

LONDON dealer Hexagon has consolidated its modern classic and classic car sales operations under one roof at its flagship showroom, Hexagon Classics in north London.

In a move that will strengthen its status as one of the world’s leading classic car dealers and give customers a single destination for all their needs, Hexagon’s South Kensington showroom – which up until now has focused on classic cars from the 50s, 60s and 70s – has been consolidated within Hexagon’s flagship site located near The Bishops’ Avenue.

This larger site, which was completely renovated at the start of this year, has been home to modern classics such as stokedup_hexagon_28_nov_14air-cooled Porsches. Continually developed, it has space for more than 70 of the world’s finest cars.

Stock will now range from historic Aston Martins – such as the DB4 and DB5 – to the Jaguar E-type and Ferrari 512 BB right up to collectable Porsches, such as the Carrera 3.2, 964, 993 and future classics such as the 997 GT2 RS.

Hexagon Classics also features Hexagon Classic Design, an in-showroom art gallery and store, which sells ceramics, sculptures and photography and hosts regular installations from the world’s leading artists.

With the consolidation of Hexagon’s classic and modern classic car operations, Hexagon Classics brings together the world’s finest cars and luxury lifestyle like no other location in London.

Hexagon chairman Paul Michaels said: ‘Our flagship north London site is perfectly located, spacious and looks sensational – it’s always been my intention to bring everything under one roof and we’re now finally at the point when we can do it.

‘For our customers this is a fantastic move, giving them one central point to immerse themselves in our stock, whether it’s an original AC Cobra or a Porsche 993 Turbo. It also makes perfect sense for our staff.

‘Factor in the other elements of the business, such as Hexagon Classic Design, and Hexagon Classics is shaping up to be the true lifestyle experience I always wanted it to be. What’s more, we have lots of exciting plans for the coming years – watch this space.’

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Dave, production editor on Car Dealer Magazine, is a journalist with more than 30 years' experience in the worlds of newspapers, magazines and public relations.

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