By Dan Shope of the Morning Call
August 1996
Michael Engard fixes toys. But don't take him your limping Barbies, frozen Lionel engines or rusted Flexible Flyers. Engard, 41, specializes in aging Jaguars, Triumphs, MGs and Land Rovers, cars which were on the road in Britain before the Beatles. "It's a luxury market," he explained from his 10-man shop in Perkasie recently. "This is discretionary cash for a lot of these people. It's a toy for many." Customers at Ragtops & Roadsters, which Engard opened in 1990, are willing to pay up to $150,000 and wait three years for their repairs, he said.

By Dave Hutchison
26 JANUARY 2009
Once again we will be supporting the Concours of the Eastern United States at this year’s Philadelphia International Auto Show to be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. The Auto Show kicks off with a fund-raiser “Black Tie Gala” on Friday January 30 and opens to the public at 9 AM Saturday morning January 31st.