When he left school Lee decided to be a chef so he left school and went to go to college. In the first year by chance during one college term Lee saw an advert to work in the motor trade. deep down he knew this is where his heart was and successfully applied for it getting the job of mig welding up vehicles for MOT purposes and maintaining them..
Within a year Lee successfully applied for another job as an apprentice classic car restorer at a Rolls Royce and Bentley specialist, not even realising such a job existed, he couldn’t resist.
Lee spent 5 years as an apprentice classic car restorer as well as successfully becoming a fully qualified mechanic as well as learning many of the restoration and fabrication skills that are now lost, being taught many tricks of the trade from the old boys that were eager to pass them on to Lee.
Over 10 years were spent at the Rolls Royce company always eager to work hard and learning all the time, and in 1996 lee decided to go it alone……..