The new website offers visitors facts and information, competitions and the opportunity to buy the Build Your Own Haynes Engines range.
Haynes is a classic British brand. Its renowned and trusted car manuals have sold over 150m copies worldwide. Distributed by Trends UK, the Haynes Build Your Own Combustion Engine and Build Your Own V8 Engine Kits have been a success across Europe.
For 2014, Trends UK is introducing a new Build Your Own Motorcycle kit to the market. Featuring a Haynes style manual with step-by-step instructions, the kit will build a working model of a motorcycle engine with realistic sound effects and illuminated spark plugs.
The Build Your Own Combustion Engine kit and the Build Your Own V8 Engine kit will be available to buy on the Haynesengines.com website from launch. The new Build Your Own Motorcycle Engine Kit will be available to buy from October 2014.
Visitors to the new haynesengines.com website will also be able to enter an existing competition to celebrate Fathers’ Day by submitting their funniest/most embarrassing father stories and the best one will win a Build Your Own Haynes Engine kit.
Haynes enthusiasts are offered the unique opportunity to have a say in the development of the next Build Your Own Haynes Engine kit. Trends UK is calling for Haynes fans to submit their suggestions for a new engine kit and be entered into a competition to win a Build Your Own Haynes Engine kit. The engine with the most votes will be proposed for development in October 2015.
Graham Spark, Trends UK, commented: “We are delighted to launch a brand website promoting the Haynes Build Your Own Engines kits. The range has been incredible popular from launch and continues to grow. The Haynes Engine kits has a huge following online and the new website will offer fans all the information they need in one place, along with the opportunity to purchase their favourite kits to build.”
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