Restoration and Accessory Licensing Manager


Manage all aspects and administration of the restoration part licensing, obsolete tool, and vehicle accessory licensing programs. ( Aftermarket products will include a wide variety of automobile, truck & tractor parts that date back to 1903.)

Ideally, we are looking for a mechanic who has experience restoring classic / vintage / antique cars.

The position will start as a full time (40 hours per week) position, allowing the selected individual to learn the database / system which is used to communicate with the licenses & part approval process. ( This full time mode could last from 3-6 months, but could be less depending on the individual.)

Once the individual is fully trained, the opportunity will go part-time & is variable depending upon part approvals, show attendance. ( Expectation is 20 hours per week, give or take. )

Client feels this would be an ideal opportuinty for a retiree, who is still interested in working a reduced schedule.

The travel is at 20% to visit licensees, prospective licensees & car show (support & surveillance).

Department: Sales

Reports To: Licensed and Fleet Accessories Global Manager


  • Restoration, licensed accessory, and technical automotive knowledge experience, along with a passion for cars, is required.

  • 80% of the job will be investigating/determining Ford Parts for restoration capabilities and re-manufacturing to production demands. There are vintage parts no longer available, these part requests need to be reviewed, capabilities to be renewed or put back into manufacturing.
  • Degree is not a requirement. Need someone who understands if a part being re-manufactured is worth royalty returns, the design to production capabilities and companies capable of doing the re-production.

  1. Restoration part approval
  2. Capabilities to re-issue to production and renew licensing
  3. Licensing (understanding data for the licenser)
  4. Tooling

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