The early post war years were hard times, but there was a steadily growing demand of people wanting to own their own vehicles. Finding cars to sell was difficult, but by refurbishing the pre-war models, Hermon was able to reasonable living.
In later years, classic and vintage vehicles became more valuable. It became possible to run a small team of dedicated craftsmen to restore these rare and beautiful models to higher and higher standards. In certain cases, a vehicle’s coachwork had been removed or had past the point of economic repair and H.Horsfield, using the traditional techniques learned from long experience, began to produce all new coachwork designs tailored to a customer’s request.