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Richard Hardie Bids Farewell to Employee after 36 Years

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Our Financial Director at Richard Hardie, John Anderson....

Our Financial Director at Richard Hardie, John Anderson, will be leaving for retirement today after 36 years at the company.

Since 1979, he has helped the company grow from strength-to-strength and has played an integral role in helping our dealerships grow. Everyone at the company will miss him greatly and we wish him the best of luck on his future endeavours!

We’d also like to take this opportunity to welcome Sean Smith to our team, who will be taking on the role as our new Financial Controller.

As a tribute to John, here are some of our favourite Fiat and Peugeot models that were introduced onto the market in 1979, the same time that John joined the Richard Hardie team.

After making its original debut at the Turin Auto Show in 1966, the Fiat Spider was put into production during the late 1960s and early 1970s. This classic model from 1979 was designed and manufactured by the independent Italian car firm Pininfarina.

We have seen many Peugeot 504 models over the years since the car was first put into production in 1964. This 1979 edition was the last model to be produced before Peugeot’s 505 started to roll off the production line in 1983.

Do you drive a classic Fiat or Peugeot model? Share your car photos with us on Twitter!

 

Jeep Now Available At Richard Hardie Sunderland

Jeep Now Available At Richard Hardie Sunderland

Posted on: 28th Feb 2017

We have exciting news! The Jeep range now located at our Sunderland Centre, as well as in Newcastle. There is a great range of new Jeep models available in our showroom, including the all-new Jeep Renegade Night Eagle II and Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk. So wherever your adventurous side takes you, we’re sure we have the Jeep for you! Here is a bit mo...