Who we are & what we do:
The Motor Vehicle Preservation Society of Ireland is a consortium of like-minded preservationists established in 2006 who aim and endeavour to preserve artefacts of Irish transportation heritage through a collective organisation of enthusiasts and craftsmen.
The society and its associates preserve and restore vehicles ranging from tractors, cars, buses, trucks, fire engines and static engines. We are also directly involved in the Naomh Eanna trust.
Our primary objective is to resurrect and restore vehicles vital to Ireland's transportation heritage and profile. This is done through our self-funded workshops which enables us to carry out the most tactile refurbishment processes which many of the vehicles which come into our possession require.
Get in touch:
Do you know of a vehicle in need of a new home and some attention? We would like to hear from you — our contact details are available here