FBHVC JOINS WITH KING DICK TOOLS TO LAUNCH HERITAGE RANGE AT NEC CLASSIC
The Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs has joined with King Dick Tools to launch its new AKD Heritage Collection.
Starting out as Abingdon Engineering and manufacturing a range of components and motorcycles, the company developed into making high quality tools. Adopting the ‘King Dick’ name - after the company owner’s bulldog – it is the only remaining spanner manufacturer in the UK and has maintained proud links with Birmingham since 1856.
With a design inspired by the original tools, they are now being produced using state-of-the-art materials and processes, and tough, chrome-molybdenum and chrome-vanadium materials. Harking back to a time when prestigious cars of the 1950s and 1960s were equipped with King Dick tools, the new range will be a great addition to any toolbox.
The Abingdon King Dick Heritage Collection of high-performance classically styled tools is available as an exclusive collaboration between the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs and King Dick Tools.
Go to www.kingdicktools.co.uk to find out more and to purchase these exclusive tools.