The Bourne auction house which was once the workshop of British Racing Motors is looking to build on its heritage.
Golding Young and Mawer has undergone an extensive facelift and gained some new faces following the merger with Richardsons in April.
As well as giving the interior of the Bourne building a fresh lick of paint, managing director Colin Young has also changed the layout of the displays and overseen the installation of technology to allow live bidding.
The next phase in the continuing development of the former BRM workshops, has been to appoint a new saleroom manager.
Alastair McPhie-Meiklejon is busy updating the premises to improve the customer experience.
Automobilia is one of Alastair’s specialisms, and he said: “It’s a nice feeling to be in a place with so much history. To think that some of the most amazing racing cars ever were created here is fantastic.
“I hope to get some decent car sales here too in the future to help keep the history going.”
Pictured are Alastair McPhie-Meiklejon, the new manager at Golding Young and Mawer auction room, Bourne. Alastair with members of staff. From left, Alastair McPhie-Meiklejon, Jacob Dickinson, Gary Fairbanks, Wally Green and Mandy Cox. Photo: MSMP021013-009ow