Pete has begun work on cleaning up the original gearbox housing. …and what a difference a good clean has made.
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The rear end of our 1971 Jaguar E-Type roadster is now complete. The rubbers have been fitted up around the bumpers, the over riders have also been added so now we can move forward to concentrate on the bespoke storage compartment we are manufacturing.
We are now fitting up our 1971 Jaguar E-Type V12 with its new in-car entertainment system. We have kept with the original look installing a retro fascia but with amazing capabilities. Our Autosound set up comes complete with all of the latest technologies, RDS FM, DAB, DAB+, iPhone, Bluetooth music streaming, Bluetooth hands free calling and […]
Chris has made more progress on our 1960 Jaguar XK150S body as we prepare for a full external respray. The front wings have been fully stripped of existing paint as have the doors, boot lid and bonnet. The doors, boot lid and bonnet have also been primed and are now waiting for paint when the […]
From time to time we like to have a little fun with spare parts we find at Bridge Classic Cars – take the 1967 Jaguar E-Type sofa. We are currently working on something different with our 1978 Triumph Stag V8 engine block. Designs are yet to be finalised but for now, we have media blasted […]
A successful operation, our engine is now out of the car and ready to be recommissioned by Ady. Pete’s efforts can now be concentrated to the engine bay area as he now has more space to strip, clean and improve the area, to make it look lovely once again.
We are currently in the process of manufacturing a bespoke storage compartment in the rear of our Jaguar E-type roadster. The compartment will be hidden by a lid that will be finished in the style of the front seats. It will be fully lined and have power facilities built in. The manufacturing process has now […]
Established in 1991, Coopercraft very quickly earned an excellent reputation for restoring and maintaining classic cars, in particular Jaguars. In the mid 1990′s, with his life long passion and expertise for all things Jaguar, including preparing and racing his Jaguar 420 with great success, Peter Cooper was conscious that the braking performance of these classics […]
We are now working on refurbishing the dash of our 1955 Austin Healey. The existing covering has been removed and the surface has been cleaned up. We have now re-covered the dash in brand new vinyl and high temperature auto adhesive.
We are progressing very well with our 1957 Jensen 541R’s Corvette engine as we dial in the camshaft. Our engine is having an up rated camshaft fitted so Ady is currently working on rebuilding with the new upgraded specifications. Here we are adjusting the valve timing.
Our original 1961 Francis Barnett badges are now in the hands of our good friends at Pamela David Enamels to be reproduced. Pamela David Enamels was established in 1971 as family-run business. It has been the only one to specialise in the complete restoration and manufacture of one-off glass enamelled badges to original specifications using traditional glass enamels. Over our […]
Our 1975 MG B restoration is progressing nicely with the rear axle now stripped and ready for refurbishment. The brake drums and suspension components are also stripped and ready for media blasting. The metalwork from within the rubber bumpers are also separated and ready for media blasting.