Board of Director: Robert Goldman

My first ever job, was working in the Moss Motors warehouse. At the ripe old age of 15, my mom had to drive me to work. In those days, I could not have told you the difference between an MGA and an Austin Healey.

Lacking an education, good sense, or other marketable skills, in 1982 I was sent to New Jersey to open Moss Motors’ first east coast warehouse. After returning to California, a chance invitation to see the new Macintosh computer perform type setting and page composition led to a change in personal direction.

By the early 1990s I had transitioned from warehouse operations to marketing. With my business partner, Glen Adams, in 1998 we bought the company. To keep me from casually wrecking lives, eventually I was kicked upstairs to the position of Chairman of the Board.

The British Sports Car Hall of Fame is a natural extension of the British car hobby. My goal as a board member is to help steer the organization toward reasonable, achievable goals, while celebrating all that is best about our legacy as British car owners and operators.