Wool and Bovington Motors Ltd was founded in 1950 By Major W R S Pyne and his son Robert, at the end of their military careers, the father and son team wished to utilise their engineering skills learned in the R.E.M.E. and so began Wool and Bovington Motors.
From the most humble beginnings of a tiny wooden shed and three petrol pumps which at the time were themselves twenty years old. Both Major Pyne and his son were determined to make the very best job that they could and offer reliable engineering services to what at the time was little more than a farming community.
After three years they took on their first agency for Standard Triumph offering the “Standard Eight” at a very reasonable price of only 400 Pounds! The business continued to grow from strength to strength and in 1957 took on the Hillman agency offering the series one Hillman Minx a very modern car for its time. Further development work took place and in 1962 they were appointed Ford Agents for the Purbeck area. offering the popular Ford Cortina 1300 with such luxury options as Servo Assisted Power Brakes and Hazard Warning Lights.
Wool and Bovington Motors is now in its fourth generation and the business continues to prosper and grow by maintaining the very high level of commitment to customer service and quality that were established 60 years ago.
For all your motoring requirements, Wool and Bovington Motors are your local reliable family business. So contact us today on 01929 462248 to find out how we can help you.
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