Assembling of all restored parts into a complete car.
Manufacturing or repair of corroded, damaged or missing body-panels using specialized machinery. Welding these parts together and make a completely restored body, ready for a paint job.
Paint job from bare metal using either original paints or modern products in original colours. Top quality.
An important department where corrosion is sandblasted away and the surface (hygroscopic; attracting water) is treated immediately with high quality base paints.
In the machine shop specialized machinery is used to make or repair any technical parts needed.
The complete interior and soft-tops are made according to original patterns and materials in our own upholstery department.
In many historic cars wood was used as a basic material to built a body. Many cars also use veneers to complete an interior. This is all done in our own wood department with specialized machinery and natural dried wood and any veneer material.
Each restoration starts with study: how was the car made, and with which material? The answers are all in the vast library of over 5000 titles with original factory information.
Professional restoration work can’t do without well-equipped office management, smoothly organizing all administration needs for a perfect restoration process.