Wow! This roof is looking absolutely fantastic after its recent restorative works by Kath. We’ve fitted new glass and rubbers and trimmed the headlining in a lovely subtle grey.
The roof will now make its way over to New Zealand with the Daimler Dart we sold last month.
Kath has been busy in Bridge Classic Cars’ Trim Shop. She’s been working on our Daimler Dart hardtop refurbishment.
Kath started by removing the old headlining off and stripping back the surface. She then prepared with foam and primed brackets and cut new boarding for the edging to ensure a seamless, tight roof lining.
The next stage was applying the brushed nylon headlining.
The roof will now head over to the paint shop for fitting of the rubbers, a final polish and inspection.
The Daimler Dart features both a soft, convertible roof as well as a hardtop.
This wonderfully restored Dart is in such wonderful overall condition. It’s only current flaw is the loose hard top roof lining. Bridge Classic Cars’ in-house trimmer, Kath has been given the go-ahead by the vehicles new owner to re-trim the roof lining. Once the roof lining is perfected, the wonderful Daimler will be ready to be sent over to its new home in New Zealand.
Our 1964 Daimler dart, currently for sale at Bridge Classic Cars needed a new water pump. As with all the cars we present for sale, this vehicle was inspected by our classic car technicians. It was found to have a leaking water pump. As such, we’re replacing with a new water pump so the vehicle is in top condition ready for the vehicles next owner.