Since buying his first MG at the age of 17, president and owner Gary Gammans has been servicing and restoring European sportscars for nearly 40 years out of his historical mill-yard shop based in Keene, NH. Known throughout New England for his superior ability to manage and complete even the most complex restoration and fabrication jobs, Gary takes pride in running a business that can not only finish any job with the best of quality, but also with a high degree of efficiency and professionalism. A long time collector of vintage motorcycles, Gary now enjoys his weekends participating in track events in one of his air-cooled 911’s.



Vice president and head of administrative activities since the doors opened in 1984, Renee is equal partner to her husband Gary. Not just the sweet voice answering the phone, Renee’s past banking experience provides balance, efficiency and precision to daily operations. A true key to the business’s success over the years, Renee continues to serve as an invaluable voice of reason when the shop is turning at wide-open throttle.      



The longest serving member of the Sportscar Services staff, Jason Horne has served as the go-to late model mechanic for the last 22 years. Jason’s superior diagnostic skills place him amongst the very best in the resolution of electrical faults. From a complete rewiring job on a burned down Triumph, to engine management diagnostics on the latest Range-Rovers, Jason is the man for the job. Once featured in Hemmings showcasing his Swiss-military Pinzgauer, Jason is known for his often eclectic choices in daily-drivers.


Working with Gary since the 90’s, Mike returned to work with the Sports Car Services team in the spring of 2015. Mike is the Manger and the man you’ll speak with when dealing with “Sports Car Services”. Certified as an ASE master-technician for nearly a decade, Mike’s expertise spans both early and late model automobiles from a variety of manufacturers. Along with exceptional problem solving skills, Mike brings a high level of work efficiency to the organization–an attribute honed over thousands of jobs in the dealership venue. An ardent rock climber and hiker, Mike volunteers much of his free time on Mt. Monadnock performing trail maintenance as well as assisting in occasional mountain emergency operations.



Butch is among the very best british car technicians in the Northeast. His skill set encompasses both repair and fabrication (as seen left) and he is just as skilled as a welder as he is as an installer of convertible tops. Previously, he was the wizard of the maintenance shop at the Mount Snow ski area where his areas of expertise ran the gamut from dump trucks to grooming machines, but very few people who know him would argue that he’s been in his zone for the last 13 years at Sports Car Services



A self-proclaimed “Nuts and Bolts” type of guy, Rod performs mechanical heavy-lifting and fabrication jobs with unmatched efficiency and vigor. With an extensive background in body and paint work, Rod’s talent to straighten and finish must be seen first-hand to truly appreciate. Whether correcting rusted Italian sheet metal or performing a bare-metal repaint on a pre-war Aston Martin, Rod will get the job done right the first time. In his spare time, Rod can be found tending his garden or cruising the backroads in his 500 cubic-inch Willy’s Jeep.



Albert has been with our shop for a little over a year. He’s been working on cars for 7 years. He’s a self taught welder and machinist as well as a self described fettler. Albert is the king of problem solving and is the master of re-creating unobtainable parts. Before becoming  a member of our shop Albert worked for a local dealership as an auto technician as well as working on Porsche 356’s at another auto shop. He enjoys the variety that he sees with our shop. In his free time he enjoys snowmobiling, snowboarding and mountain biking.

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