Craig recently spotted this fantastic American classic camper in Woodbridge. We’re loving classic campers at the moment with our VW T2 Westfalia that’s up on our competition website currently.
We’ve now almost finished working on Craig’s 2005 Aston Martin DB9 which alongside its paint and trim work, needed the power steering addressing, the rear light replacing due to a leak, the driver’s door rubber seal replaced and the inside door handle mounts refurbishing.
The interior door handle mounts were previously worn and exhausted so we took them apart, cleaned them and repainted them so that now that look good as new.
Chris has been neatening up one of the side panels to correct some imperfections that have happened whilst assembling the car. It’s very common for scratches and knocks to occur when building a car back together and luckily Chris is on hand to correct any accidental damage.
Our 1973 two-door Rolls Royce Corniche is up for sale at Silverstone Auctions where we hope it’ll find its new owner. The live auction is scheduled to be on the 31st July.
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Pricey has begun to strip down our 1998 Honda Integra so that we can address the request for a re-spray. Pricey has also begun correcting a rusty rear arch and made a note that a sill also needs addressing. We’ve also noted some accident damage on the front right hand corner that we will address at the end of our process.
We’re currently working through the process of selecting the interior trim with our client for our rare Aston Martin DB2/4. The choice is between the red leather trim and a selection of grey tones for the carpet and piping. It’s important we select the correct shades to not only look good but to resemble the original interior.
The team set out for Bawdsey to shoot their recent competition vehicle, a delightful VW T2 Westfalia, a particular favourite of Ellie’s. With Freddie capturing the video and Ellie on the photography, the team set up their own camp on the sand with Charlotte featuring as the ever talented star of the visuals.
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Ady has been working on our 1954 Jaguar MKVII and has recently turned to address the air flow. He has opened up the throat on the inlet side to gain 2mm for more air flow and done the same on the exhaust.
Our soon to be Lilac Jensen is currently sat in our workshop awaiting its next stage.
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We’re running a service on our Triumph TR6 and are currently focusing on aligning the wheels and correcting the tracking.
Our 1960 Jensen 541S, fondly nicknamed ‘Peony Red’ after its colour, is currently having its horns fixed by Tom. He’s also checking over a few issues with the wiring and ensuring that the lights work and the earth cable is responding correctly.
Our 1973 White E-Type Roadster is in the paint booth and being prepared for paint. Matt has been getting it read for epoxy primer by removing excess sealer and cleaning the welds. This E-Type, which used to be white, will soon be a new shade…
Our 1915 Model T’s front seats went down so well with its owner, he’s requested that we also cover the bench seats in the back with the same intricate hand styled buttoned leather. Being hand made, Kath and Brian need to work closely together to make sure that they mimic each others work as closely as possible.
We’ve added a small paint touch up on our 1962 TVR Grantura as the door had been rubbing on the sill. Chris, our paint shop manager, has address the issue.
Scott has removed the rear axel on our 1968 Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5 to fit new brakes and started spot welding the seat mounts from underneath which were showing signs of wear.
We’ve been stripping the door of our 1974 Bristol so that we can access the rubber to replace it. This includes Mauro taking apart both door cards to fit fresh seals.