Robert Glover Ltd. specializes in the sale of historic sports, competition and touring motor cars to an international collector client base. Although there is a leaning towards the sale of pre-war motor cars, the company also caters for road-going sports cars that were produced from the 1940s – 1960s as well as competition motor cars from almost any era.
Based in Building 82 – The Power House which, when constructed in 1926, supplied electricity to the first phase of buildings to be built at RAF Bicester. It is one of the prettiest buildings at Bicester Heritage, with tall, clerestory Crittall windows, it’s original beam crane and quarry tiled floor. Prior to use by its current occupant, the blockbuster film The Imitation Game used Building 82 as the location for Alan Turing’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) code breaking computer, standing in for Bletchley Park.