Car master Roman Wörle came early in contact with vintage cars.
After he finished his apprenticeship in 1986 as a car journeyman, Roman Wörle signed in 1990 as a time soldier. During his eight-year Bundeswehr career, he completed both the automotive master craftsman's examination and the business management exam. He also obtained the truck driver's license.
After the end of the soldier's life, he was hired in 1999 as a car master at a company for Mercedes Benz classic car restoration, where he screwed himself for the first time on these vehicles.
In 2003, Roman Wörle decided to set up his own know-how in terms of Mercedes Benz vintage cars.
For this purpose, he rented a workshop directly next to his parents' business in Syrgenstein. Shortly thereafter followed the first trainee.
During the first years he also screwed on two-wheelers, but this was discontinued after some time, so that he and his staff could devote themselves to the classic cars.
After about 2 years it began to lack space and so was shorthand another room rented.
In 2008, the business was already so well-known that this was no longer sufficient, so it was decided to build a completely new hall on the open space next to the parents' home.
Over the years, this hall has been built several times: In 2010, an area for the work on parts and engines was created, in 2011, a further space for bodywork was added.
In 2015, the large extension to the new hall was launched. In addition, there was another 475 m² workshop area (with reception area), 100 m² cellar rooms and 215 m² storage area.
2019 was rebuilt. Now they built a hall with 500 m² and another 200 m² warehouse.
Thus, the company with workshop, office and storage rooms today comprises approx. 2,000 m².