Warsaw man remembered for world renowned vintage car restorations
For decades now, vintage and classic cars from around the world were sent to Warsaw Ontario, to be restored by Robert “Harry” Sherry.
Sherry worked on vehicles for 45 years in Warsaw. His shop eventually becoming Sherry’s Classic Cars, and an envied name on car biographies, including on a $ 1,320,000 1931 Marmon Sixteen.
Harry Sherry passed away last week, at the age of 82. A private funeral is to be held Saturday.
His friend and fellow car enthusiast Graham Hart, helps explain the level of excellence that came from that Warsaw shop.