Robert Morey – Mechanics and Classic Car Restoration Preservation
With over 40 years in the business, Robert Morey restores and maintains British cars. His restorations have won many awards and are in collections across the U.S., England, Japan, and the Bahamas. Robert is compiling a book on owning British cars as both a business and a hobby. Robert and his wife Michele live in Charleston, South Carolina.
Kat Kurkov – Photography & Show Reporter
Kat Kurkov started with cars at an early age much to the chagrin of her “cars are for transportation- if you can’t walk or bike or walk” type parents. A Key paperback guide to imported cars was the only means of identifying all the cool cars out there. Her first love was a maroon MGB GT. When the reality of a first job set in she bought a very used/very rusted Renault LeCar (putting misspent years of high school French to the test). Then many cars followed. A near-ground-up restoration on her SO’s 1970 XKE was a blast. Much later a Discovery series II named SALTY (for the VIN and ability to chew up through Colorado snow) was a stalwart friend for almost 200 k miles. Currently, there are two MINIS – a convertible (Ennie Minnie), and a Clubman (Packman) share the driveway with a few of their “friends”. You can see more of Kat’s work at her site AutoAbstracts.
John F. Quilter – Historian
John is a long-time British car fan and former employee of British Leyland in North America. He has a collection of over 2000 British car models, and that collection continues to grow. Originally from California, John now makes his own in Eugene, Oregon. Check out more about John and his cars.
Bob Seidler – Auctions
Bob is a classic car fan and long-time British car enthusiast. His areas of expertise range from hotel and resort management to automobile auctions and car values. We are also pleased to say that Bob is now serving as the Head Concierge for the Keno Brothers auto auctions.
Leigh Gill – Photography
Michael Carnell – Publisher and Editor
Michael Carnell is the editor and founder of the Just British Online Motoring Magazine. As a lifelong British car fan, he has owned or driven British cars of all ages from Austins and MGs to Jaguars and Triumphs. He currently owns a 1966 Vanden Plas Princess 1100 and a 1979 MGB with an engine swap.