The Melbourne-based Zagame Automotive Group, which holds dealership rights to 14 Euro brands from Fiat and Audi through to Ferrari, Pagani and Rolls-Royce, has opened a rather extraordinary ‘supercar refinement centre’. The centre, which resembles a race-team’s engineering centre more than a typical body shop, is billed as the place to repair, restore and rebuild exotica to their former glory. It’s an extension of the existing Autobody operation, which does ‘OEM-level repairs’ on Alfa Romeo, Audi and Fiat. This Zagame Autobody ‘bespoke’ operation, which occupies 4000 square-metres on the upper deck of the company’s sprawling Tullamarine base, is certified to repair and restore product from Lamborghini, BMW, Tesla, the Audi R8, Rolls-Royce, McLaren, Morgan, Caterham and Lotus. That means it’s a dedicated site for many insurance companies in Melbourne and the rest of Australia (thanks the the ZAG transport network), though most supercar buyers would surely spend extra to stipulate their choice of repairer anyway… This Tullamarine base was once the printing centre for The Age newspaper. It now stores 700 off-the-boat cars destined for dealers, serves as ZAG’s distributi...