In 1999 Tim Butcher had the idea of using his in-depth knowledge of Post War Aston Martins to start a company based in Cobham, Surrey that would offer outstanding levels of service to the discerning owner. Since then it has steadily and progressively grown into what is probably the largest non-franchised independent specialist in the UK encompassing the service, restoration, repair and enhancement of Aston Martins from DB2 to current models including the New Era DB9, V8 Vantage, DBS and Virage cars.
Trinity Engineering has recruited and trained an exceptional team of engineers. It now has a team of sixteen fully skilled staff capable of undertaking any task whether large or small, with a philosophy of superb engineering and uncompromising service. Their capabilities and experience encompass all aspects of servicing and rebuilding, and whose dedication enables Trinity to maintain a consistently high quality of work. Our customers value the sheer breadth and depth of our expertise and welcome our honest and enthusiastic approach, our unrivalled attention to detail and the bespoke service they receive.
We also provide proprietary engineering solutions making your car reliable, practical and most importantly, enjoyable to drive everyday in today's world – a one that is very different from the one in which it was conceived and built.
Our 10,000 sq/ft fully equipped workshops are located in rural Surrey within easy reach of the M25 and A3 motorways, centrally positioned between Heathrow and Gatwick airports and ten minutes from Weybridge mainline station giving direct access to London Waterloo and the London underground.
No one would ever say that keeping your Aston Martin in perfect condition was an easy task. Entrusting your service and maintenance requirements to Trinity Engineering gives you the peace of mind that the work will be carried out exactly as it should be, using components from our Parts Department housing over £250,000 of new and obsolete Aston Martin stock and by engineers who know the workings of your car intimately.
You can read more about Tim's career here.