THE LOVE OF METAL AND ENGINES
My name is Ulrich S. Sievers. I was born in Grossrambin, Germany in 1945. Metal and motors are my passion!
After a technical / commercial degree, I started a career in the German steelworks at Mannesmann and Thyssen. In 1974 I switched to the foundry industry. For the past 25 years, I have focused on developing filtration processes to improve the level of purity and workability of specialty castings.
Castings with the highest demands are engine components, turbine blades such as those found in gas / steam and aircraft turbines; as well as gigantic castings for nuclear, water and wind power plants. My technical developments led to my own patent, which protects the technology for filtering these special castings.
The love for engines and the close contacts to the scene have expanded my interest in highly motorized classic cars. Mustangs from 1964 to 1969 became my first dream cars. Today I have some Mustangs and other exciting muscle cars - but the collection is not yet complete.
Re-imports of European classics such as Porsche, Mercedes, Ferrari, BMW and many other classics are carried out on behalf of the customer. A network of technical services ensures repairs, service, restorations and maintenance of these classic cars.
In the spring of 2012, I drove the historic Route 66 from Chicago to Santa Monica with a friend. In a red 1966 Mustang convertible that I bought and restored especially for this tour. This resulted in a new and exclusive project - an experience that I can only recommend to everyone!
With your own classic car via the legendary Route 66. For this purpose, participants select vehicles in the USA and bring them up to the technical standard. The journey begins in Chicago and takes just under two weeks along the revived historic Route 66 from 1926-1932. A total of approximately 2,300 miles. After arrival in Santa Monica, the vehicles are sent for shipment to Germany, where they are TÜV and H approved and handed over to the happy owner. Please inquire if you are interested in Route 66 tours.