Due in this week we have our 1959 Triumph TR3 in need of some body work repairs on the outer sill. And right behind to collect the owner is our good friend Hilary with his Austin Healey. Travelling in style…
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We are delighted with the ‘snug’ fit of our 1957 Jensen 541R bodyshell. Having spent some time perfecting the fibreglass shape and removing all signs of the years of cracking and wear within the moulding, the body shell is now ready for re-fit. We are yet to secure the body shell to the chassis but […]
Having been stored away for 26 years in a barn in the midlands we were expecting the worse when we went up to collect the car. After pumping up the tyres and making a pathway it was relatively straight forward to wheel out which was great news. With the car all loaded up as well […]
Our 1962 TVR Grantura interior is starting to take shape with Donna now working on rebuilding the existing seats, dash and side panels. We have chosen Poppy Red as the interior colour. Against the blue exterior this will be a beautiful colour combination. The dash is now re-covered so it is now over to Brian […]
Donna has now began work on stripping our TVR Grantura interior trim and prepare the frames ready for the new design. The framework will be cleaned up and refurbished ready before Donna builds back up with new cushions and leather work. The existing dash will be stripped down and replaced with new leather and refurbished […]
Stored away somewhere in Suffolk we have 4 very rare finds indeed. In need of some serious TLC we have 3x Suzuki SC100 ‘Whizzkids’ and a very rare McCoy, believed to be 1 of only 100 every produced. The Suzuki SC100 ”Whizzkids’ Produced for export, Suzuki transformed the Cervo into the SC100, first introduced in […]
We were first introduced to our 1977 MG BGT at last year’s Bridge Classic Cars Classic and Sports Car Show. The current and ONLY owner purchased the car brand new in 1977 and due to unforeseen circumstances the car was tucked away in the 80’s not to be used there after. …until now. We heard […]
Back in 2018 we were commissioned to source an MGB Roadster for the Managing Director of one of the world’s leading car manufacturers, who had such a car as his first Management Car Plan car and wanted it recreated as was. We understand that he is delighted with the result. Originally sourcing the car was […]
Late finish on Friday evening as we welcomed Automotive Photographer Matt Woods along to complete our 1977 MGBGT and 1975 MGB Roadster restoration projects in style. The completed images will follow very soon but here are some behind the scene images of the shoot.
Our 2008 Bentley Continental is in our workshops for the split rim wheels to be refurbished. Whilst in, we will also look to carry out some remedial work to the rear seats and look over some paint defects.
Due in to our showroom and available for sale later this month we have our beautiful 1960, smoke grey Morris Minor. This unique little classic has an impressive 1275cc engine with a five speed gear box so you have the honour of owning a classic but the enjoyment of keeping up with modern day traffic. […]
The time has come for us to wave goodbye to the white primer finish we have seen for so long on our 1967 Jaguar E-Type Race Car. Next week we will be putting our body shell through the paint shop ready for the new finish that we have been trialling and testing for some time. […]
Coming soon we have two fantastic classics for sale. Firstly, we’d like to introduce you to our 1974 Rolls Royce Shadow I. Covering just 63,000 from new the car has had 1 previous owner. Although the log book does read 2, the car was originally registered to the company Director before he put the vehicle […]
The engine is now in and the components are now being fitted up by Ady. Meanwhile Brian and Owen have been working through cleaning and polishing the light clusters and bright work. The parts have been cleaned and blasted and treated to a covering of galvanising spray to protect them against future wear and tear.