The Churchill Trust is pleased to share a new video Fellowship Report from Churchill Fellow Kip McIntyre, produced in collaboration with 2009 Churchill Fellow Matthew Blyth and Alaneo Goor of Millstream Productions.
Kip received the 2016 James Love Churchill Fellowship to research and master the rare craft of traditional restoration in coach-building and panel beating, travelling to the USA, the UK, Italy and Germany.
Be inspired by Kip's exciting experiences with a variety of leading automotive artisans and aficionado's across the globe, his joy at discovering the Pettingell power hammer, getting Burger King with Jay Leno in his new Tesla, following a Ferrari across the Swiss Alps and more. Click on the Youtube link to watch in full screen.
We encourage you to share this video with any networks you may have in the automotive sector to motivate them to apply for the new Auto Skills Australia Churchill Fellowship being offered for the first time in 2019 for projects that will benefit the future of the Australian automotive and allied industries.
Keywords: Automotive, coach building, panel beating, traditional restoration, cars, car restoration, pettingell, power hammer, classic car,