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As you’re probably already aware, Ragtops & Roadsters founder Michael Engard announced his retirement and sale of the business recently. As the managing director of the new ownership team, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself.

First, I’d like to thank you for your support of Ragtops & Roadsters and Pollock Auto Restoration over the years. You’ve helped shape the business that we are inheriting from Mike, and we intend to build on its Bryan Headshot 1strengths as we move forward. We will continue to provide restoration and maintenance services at the Ragtops & Roadsters shop in Perkasie and the Pollock shop in Pottstown. Both locations, however, will now operate as Ragtops & Roadsters.

In the coming weeks and months, you may notice some gradual changes as we get settled, starting with the new Ragtops & Roadsters logo. We’ll soon be updating the website and newsletter, and you may notice some new content on our social media channels.

What won’t change is our commitment to providing quality restoration and maintenance service to discerning car enthusiasts. We’re excited to lead our outstanding team of restoration professionals in their current roles while exploring new ways to meet the demands of an evolving classic vehicle market. And we certainly look forward to continuing doing business with you.

I’ll be splitting my time between Perkasie and Pottstown, but I look forward to meeting you at the shop or on the show field in the near future. If you’re ever in, please make a point to stop in and say hello.


Bryan Joslin

Managing Director

Ragtops & Roadsters

by: Dave & Ryan Hutchison

August 25th ....An Evening with the JAGUAR Enthusists




 We are ZOOMING again! On Tuesday August 25th at 7 PM, we will start off with a virtual shop tour. Our Master Technician, Bill Dittrich will be on hand share his 43 years of experience of wrenching on and restoring Jaguars. We will focus to the Jaguar projects we have here and at our sister shop Pollock Auto Restoration. We will include the mighty SS100, the XK Series, the iconic E- Types, XJS and the modern era cars. Just click to join the JAGUAR Zoom Meeting.






by: Dave & Ryan Hutchison

July 14th... An evening with MG enthusiasts

We are working on new ways to connect with you and to support our local British Car Clubs. We have had several Zoom Meetings over the past month or so and each one gets a little better! On Tuesday night July 14th at 7 PM we are going to be Zooming again, this time, focusing on MGs that we have here at the shop. We will give you a shop tour and our Assistant Manager, and longtime MG owner, Bill Boorse will be on hand to speak regular maintenance, repairs and the Moss Supercharger project that we are just starting. You are invited to join in the fun! No need to own an MG just click here. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to get your British Car Club involved! Check out the video of the Zoom Meeting we had with the Morgan Owners of Philadelphia last month!



 by: Ryan Hutchison

Watch a video of our operation at Ragtops & Roadsters



Watch a video interview of Chris Prior with his 1938 Jaguar SS100 at the 2019 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance. Video courtesy of Classic Drive Television.



Ragtops & Roadsters is now available on Facebook for all of our enthusiasts and friends to follow! Check out our Facebook albums from car shows Ragtops has attended. Click here to see the Ragtops & Roadsters Facebook page, and start following us for even more news and updates about the shop.

by Dave Hutchison


  We have been busy preparing for our annual pilgrimage to the Amelia Island Concours. This year, our journey will start early next month when we load onto our trailer the 1964 Triumph Italia 2000 GT Vignale #295 that will appear on the Concours show field on Sunday, March 8th.

February 8th - February 17th


  The Philadelphia International Auto Show has been open to the public since 1904 and it is one of the oldest cars show in the states.

by Dave Hutchison


 After almost a year's worth of planning, I am very pleased to report that the 2019 ABRR was a major success! At the time of this writing, we are within a hundred dollars of last year's record number of $42,467. As you know, we drive for the kids every year and we have developed a loyal following. Over 70 percent of past year's ABRR Teams returned to run again! Sponsored by Hagerty with their roadside assistance program and the Ragtops & Roadsters support trailer, we again left no one behind! If you want to donate to push us over last year's record, just click here!

by Dave Hutchison


With a thunderstorm forecast, nearly a 100 pre-registered cars showed up for the second annual Rebels & Redcoats on July 6th in Washington's Crossing State Park.