CAR enthusiast Rodger Dudding has amassed the biggest collection of classic cars in Britain – worth an estimated £40million. The business magnate started his collection back in the late 60s when he purchased a Jensen Interceptor FF and hasn’t looked back since.
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With more than 350 vehicles in his collection Mr Dudding, 79, is still planning to add to his ever expanding fleet of iconic cars after recently finishing work on his latest garage development which cost a whopping £7 million to build.
With his collection continuously growing, Mr Dudding has recently finished the development of his latest studio which will house more of his vehicles.It will also be used as an events space and comes equipped with a state-of-the art sprinkler system, two purpose built parking lifts and round the clock security.
The multi-millionaire’s love of cars started as a teenager when his father purchased a 1952 Morris Minor, which takes pride of place in his collection today.