Motorcar Manor is a Classic Car Collector’s Dream
By Taylor Smith
Motorcar Manor, at 16 Arrow Road in Ramsey, was established in 2013 by New Jersey-native Matthew Maisano and his father Phillip. Both father and son have a deep respect and passion for collector vehicles and the people who can’t get enough of them.
As a teenager growing up in Montvale, Matthew worked in his father’s auto body shop. After attending Seton Hall University for undergraduate and postgraduate study, Matthew found himself firmly planted in the automobile business, focusing on repair/restoration, driving, photography, collecting, sponsor recruitment, and motorsport management. He even garnered the opportunity to oversee all levels of racing, such as Sprint Cars, NASCAR, and Indy Cars. That, however, would not have been easy.
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Anyway, after a six-year stint in Charlotte, North Carolina, Matthew was called back to the Garden State. Now residing in Woodcliff Lake with his wife and three children, he chose Ramsey for the location of Motorcar Manor, citing its proximity to the New York border and easy highway access.
The 29,000-square-foot space provides clean, secure, safe, affordable, climate-controlled collector vehicle storage with 24/7 video surveillance. The facility also includes an upscale lounge area with Wi-Fi and a well-stocked kitchen. Every vehicle stored at Motorcar Manor is offered complimentary turn-key readiness. This attention includes battery tender, tire rotation, and periodic starting (if requested). Specialized detailing services are performed on site. As stated on its website, “whether preparing your car for a week on vacation or the lawn at Pebble Beach, Motorcar Manor delivers the level attention perfectly suited to your car’s needs.” For a thorough description of various detail packages, visit http://motorcarmanor.com/detailing/ or call 201.818.6110.
As a buy/sell advisor, Matthew also lends his many years of experience in the purchase and sales of collectible automobiles. Calling upon Motorcar Manor may greatly reduce prospective pitfalls so that both buyer and seller are well informed and well protected in the process. For details on selling your collectible or exotic car through Motorcar Manor, call 845.535.3301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.