All the vehicles shown below have been restored completely by my own bare hands. Including all mechanical work, welding, paint work and interior work.
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Restored in 2002, included replacing complete sills and castle rails, full respray and an engine rebuild. This project took 6 months from start to finish. This was a great all round every day car.
1969 Austin Healey Sprite 1275cc
Restored in 2004, This one should have been scraped, but the challenge was set and the goal was achieved. Complete panel rebuild, complete interior change, hand built race 1340cc 80bhp A series engine, knock on alloy wheels, the list is endless. This project took 9 months from start to finish. Great fun car used for hill climbs and track days.
1983 VW MK1 GOLF GTI
Restored in 2005 , This one had very little rust and only needed one sill, front wings and rear wheel arches.The burnt out wiring loom was proberbly the biggest job on this car. Also full respray, engine rebuild and detailing. This project took 9 months from start to finish. Love this car and still own it today.
1987 VW T25 TRANSPORTER
Restored in 2009, This one had to be striped back to the bear shell. Sill, arches and steps where welded in, full respray, AAZ 1.9TD engine conversion. Lowererd with merc amg 17" wheels. Interior converted from panel van to camper van, includes 240v hook up, 12v lesiure battery, led roof lights, full width rock and roll bed, island table, fridge and cooker installed, fully lined and insulated with plenty of storage. This project took 2 years from start to finish.
2009 SWB 2.5L VW T5 TRANSPORTER PANEL VAN
We needed a newer van to do the many shows that we attend, again from panel van to day camper conversion. Conversion included 12v lesiure battery on split charger, flip down tv, fridge, interior lights, sink and hob, 3/4 rock and roll bed, swizel front double seats, fully insulated with windows and blinds.