We’ve had the honour of working on a Porsche 911 interior recently. The dashboard needed to be refurbished, so our trim shop set out to fix it up.
Kath drew around the old dash in vinyl to create a template. This template was test fitted to the trim and tweaked to ensure the perfect fit. Once Kath was happy with the vinyl she marked out the various trim pieces onto leather, before cutting out, and sewing together. The top stitching has been done in a grey thread to ensure the trim looks neat.
By working the cover around the dash, the new leather starts to fit. Fitting the stitched side first and gradually pulling and fitting the rest around the dash. The last step is to trim around the edges and turn the ends under for a perfect finish.
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Whether it’s a specific design or a certain fit, we can make it. All of the work done in the trim shop is made by hand and designed perfectly for your motor.
One of our clients is making the hard choice between these 4 designs for the interior of their 1982 Porsche 911.
This immaculate looking engine belongs to a former visitor of Bridge Classic Cars. Since buying our 1980 Porsche 911 SC, the engine is undergoing a full restoration. These pictures don’t even do it justice, how pristine does it look?!
Our 1980 Porsche 911 has been dry stored and off the road for 4 years now and unfortunately it is evident that it has suffered in areas and most certainly requires attention.
Our original plan was to run her through an MOT to pick up any areas that would deem her to be un-roadworthy but raising her on the ramp we can see immediately the areas that will require welding.
Some decisions will need to be made as to the future of the car and when work is likely to start but this may end up being a full restoration.
Although it may not seem good news right now, once restored, this stunner will be back on the road and admired by everyone!
Having been dry stored but untouched for 3 to 4 years we are hopefully that our 1980 Porsche 911 recommission will be a relatively straight forward project.
There are remedial bodywork, paint and wiring issues that we may look to address but step one would be to carry out a pre-MOT check to decipher what immediate work would need to be actioned in order to get the car road legal.
Arriving back to our workshops in Pettistree, Woodbridge.
The history of ‘our’ 1980 Porsche 911 SC
Backdate, based on a Right Hand Drive 1980 911 SC 3.0. You get the extra performance, handling and braking of the SC (Super Carrera) but with the much sought after, prettier pre-impact bumper looks of an early 1970’s model.
Finished in Ice Metallic Blue, in a light ‘Outlaw’ style, stock 3.0 flat six, 147,000 miles, 5 speed 915 transmission, power steering, servo assisted brakes, modern tyres on original Fuchs rims.
Original dark blue ‘Pasha’ interior, discreet but powerful Pioneer stereo with bluetooth/handsfree mobile phone connectivity, suede period racing Momo Prototipo steering wheel, electric windows, electric sunroof.