Barry Weir mobile homes was at the head of the mobile homes industry in the United Kingdom for many years, before Barry Weir retired in the middle of 2007.
Along the way, Barry Weir has led a life with many surprising twists and turns. He has owned a castle a designed and built what are described a stunning homes, and become a world champion road rally driver. Barry Weir also design the Aston Martin JET 2+2 sports shooting brake.
Barry Weir of mobile home renown commissioned the Aston Martin Rapide Bertone Jet 2+2, a one off fully production ready car that was first shown at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The car generated such intense excitement among Aston Martin devotees and the sports car world in general that Bertone had over 9.5 million hits on its web page.
It took three and a half months to complete the car, which is based on an earlier generation of the same model car, and marks the first time Aston Martin has had a JET in its stable.
Barry Weir first got interested in classic sports cars when he received a Mercedes for his fortieth birthday. He got his first Aston Martin, a DB7, for his forty-fifth birthday. He became a road rally enthusiast around the same time, and has since become the first person to race an Aston Martin DB7 in a track event anywhere in the world.
In 2000, Barry Weir drove in the “Around the World in 80 Days Challenge,” a road rally that took him across four continents and through twenty-two countries. When it ended Barry Weir was the winner in the won in the Historic Sports Car Class. He drove his wife’s 1954 Aston Martin DB 2/4.