Bespoke services for quality interior and exterior refurbishment.
There are different techniques adopted when working with steel and aluminium.
Other than terminal corrosion, steel can be cleaned from rust and filled, which will last for a good period of time.
Aluminium is a softer metal and areas suffering from corrosion need to be replaced to avoid corrosion from reoccurring.
All stages of paint finishing process can be completed at our state of the art facility.
We chemically dip your classic car to remove corrosive rust.
The best procedure is to strip off the paint by hand which will enable the chemical process to work more quickly and effectively
The advantage of replacing wiring is to upgrade circuits to modern day standards. Many of our clients are specifying LED lights which offer better visibility.
Many classics run off two fused circuits and replacing wiring gives us the opportunity to divide these into individual fuses.
Hazard lights are a popular option.
Experts in quality parts, we ensure your vehicle is restored correctly inside and out.
Renovation of suspension, steering, brakes, drive shafts.
Many cars are now being fitted with disc brakes and shock absorber upgrades.
This is shown on one of the pictures of our Bristol 401 project
Our in-house mechanical engineers are fully qualified in classic and contemporary engines.
We offer CAD design and engineering right through to prototype vehicles.
We have a wide range of stock available but all individual tastes can be catered for as well as guidance with all the decision making.
Before fitting any trim or carpets to the car, we frequently receive cars as an empty body shell.
This is an ideal opportunity to fit sound systems and wiring before laying carpets and interior trim panels
Many cars we restore have wood panelling requiring refurbishment which we carry out in our comprehensive workshops.
Our chrome suppliers provide an excellent service. All dismantling and assembly is done at our workshops.
We provide personal transport to collect and deliver your vehicle.