Bring us your treasured vehicle — we’ll restore its health & refresh its spirit.
Founder Geoffrey Griffiths started Treasured Motorcar Services in the winter of 1980, performing automotive restoration and repair from his garage in Northern Baltimore County. Geoffrey has always been involved in the automotive industry. After joining a Lucas Industries (UK) apprentice program, he was transferred to Lucas in New York. He retired from Lucas USA after working in their North American distribution network, as well as representing them with the major sports car manufacturers. (September 7, 1938 – March 18, 2015)
Founder Barbara Griffiths has been involved in the automotive world as a lifelong enthusiast. (Barbara and Geoffrey met in a sports car repair shop!) Her automotive knowledge combined with her business acumen has been invaluable with the development and management of Treasured Motorcar Services. She is enjoying retirement but remains on call for consultations.
Allison Griffiths – Owner – She has all the fun!
Allison is the daughter of Founders Geoffrey and Barbara Griffiths, and growing up with vintage and exotic cars has created a lifelong enthusiast. Stepping away from the business, but never the passion, Allison built successful careers in Marketing and Law Enforcement before owning and operating an enclosed vehicle transport company. This experience afforded many opportunities to increase her car knowledge and business sense. Allison returned to Treasured Motorcar Services in 2007 and is enthusiastically guiding her family business into the future, including establishing Treasured Motorcar Customs and Treasured Motorcar Sales.
Alan Curtis – General Manager
Alan has over 20 years experience in the industry and has previously owned an American automotive restoration facility. He has built and owned numerous modern American classics and currently owns several American Collectibles. When he’s not working on cars, Alan enjoys spending time with his family.