APRIL 2018
New Andy Saunders’ The Art of Kustom opens at Beaulieu

Beaulieu is proud to announce the launch of its brand new summer exhibition The Art of Kustom featuring incredible creations from the imagination of car customiser Andy Saunders.
Visitors to the National Motor Museum can catch a first glimpse of the new exhibition at a launch on Father’s Day’s Hot Rod & Custom Drive-In Day on Sunday June 17th 2018, when Andy will drive one of his stunning machines around the grounds of the attraction. The full showcase of Andy’s most famous jaw-dropping creations will be on show inside the museum until September 2018.

Read the full Beaulieu press release here ⇒



View the full interview with Andy →



Showcase of cars and chats with Andy →



Purchased only a week ago from France, this car has been sat in a field for years. A full restoration of this 1940’s Peugeot 202 Coachbuilt Pickup will be underway shortly. (Feb. 2014)

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This Cord has been nick-named Tetanus as on arrival to collect it and place it on a trailer one of the guys said “Jeez, I’m not touching that without a tetanus!” and there it was named.  Tetanus is to be launched in 2017, at the NSRA nationals at Old Warden…

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    “Despite being something of a legend andy remains completely approachable with his feet firmly planted on the ground but what really matters though is the quality of his work and this is another of his strong points, he can create just about anything.”
    Richard Dredge MSN Freelance Journo

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    “Saunders creations are whacky, occasionally one step beyond ridiculous and arguably more spectacular than anything you’ll ever see. He is Englands most colourful and imaginative car designer.”
    Ewan Page. Australian Journo

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    “The spirit of such genius as George Barris and Ed Roth is alive and living in Bournemouth.”
    Tony Beadle

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    “The irrepressible Andy Saunders does it again.”
    Keith Sueme. Editor of Custom Car