It has its beginnings in this passionate world of the automobile and motorcycles in the year 1963 along with its boss and friend D. Jose Sambeat, person who instilled the liking to the classic and old vehicles to him.
It is in the year 1972, when he created his own business and was born Autos Burriana, which for many years was the reference shop for fans of classic and sports cars in Valencia.
In 1998 moved the facilities to the street Joaquín Costa, although soon they would stay small again, creating Automoción Coast.
In 2004, as a consolidation of the project, ANTEQUERA CLASSIC was born, with very improved facilities, with more than 800 m2, located in Paseo Pechina, nº 48 of Valencia; in which together with his son Javier try to offer their customers and friends an excellent and varied stock of old, classic and sporting cars; and strive to continue to please them.
In their facilities they have a service of stay, maintenance and conservation of vintage cars, advice on documentation of historical vehicles, historical plates, insurance for collection vehicles (old and classic), as well as cars available for events, social events, shootings advertising, cinema, TV, etc.
Throughout his career many important vehicles have passed through his hands, and they have contributed to the great collection of many fans, as well as has acclimated numerous films and participated in various social events.
He was the promoter and co-founder of Feria Valencia's Historical Vehicle Fair in 1991, which he has been a part of since the first edition of its Organizing Committee, and has attended every year as an exhibitor. In 2004 he was named President of the same, a position he decides to leave in 2011.
He is a founding member of FEVA (Spanish Federation of Antique Vehicles), which was created in Valencia, in 1994.
He was collaborator for several years of the magazine of the Real Automobile Club of Valencia in the section of old cars. Just as he has been a collaborator of the magazine of motor Valencia Gran Turismo, in his section of old and classic cars.
Currently and since 1989 he is President of the Automobile Commission of the Royal Automobile Club of Valencia and the Club of Antique Automobiles of Valencia, with more than 200 members. Among others organizes the Rally of Fallas - Ronda Fallera de Coches de L'Antigor, which owns the Trofeo de SM El Rey as the highest award, and this year has fulfilled its XLII edition. He was coordinator of EuroClassic 2002, in his passage through Valencia, with 200 participating cars.
Also collaborator of Classic Rallyes de Enero for classic cars, Open Doors in the Circuit Ricardo Tormo de Cheste, Rally de la Tardor, Nocturno Villa de Serra Rally, Special Education Co-Pilot's Day in the Circuit Ricardo Tormo de Cheste, and the exhibition of vehicles for the benefit of the Valencian Association of Charity at the Prince Felipe Museum (City of Arts and Sciences).
As an amateur he has participated in many rallies in both the Valencian Community and in the rest of Spain. Being his palmarés, among others:
• 2nd place in the Rally Finamersa in Madrid (year 1989) with Wolseley 18 HP of 1936
• 2nd classified "III Rally Two of May of the Community of Madrid" with Wolseley 18 HP of 1936
• Winner "I Climb to Puerto de Contreras" (year 1996)
• Won the Race Director Trophy (XXXVII Rally of Fallas - year 1997) with Wolseley 18 HP of 1936
• Winner of the "I Classic Rally of January" (year 1999) with Alfa Romeo 1750 of 1972
• 2nd classified in the General and 1st. classified in its category in the "XXXI Rally of Fallas - Round Fallera de Coches de L'Antigor", obtaining the Trofeo President of the Generalitat Valenciana and the Trofeo Ayuntamiento de Valencia (year 2001) with Mercedes Benz 170 of 1937.
• Obtained the "La Biela" Trophy (XXXII Rally of Fallas - year 2002)
In short, a whole life dedicated to his great passion: THE AUTOMOBILE
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