1750 Mk1 Full Restoration
Julian Dexter's 1750 Mk1 (supplied by us) - the earliest known surviving RHD 1750 GTV just road tested after a full nut & bolt restoration, involving over 850 hours labour!
Andrew Woodgate's 1750 Mk1 on our custom-built 'rotisserie' gets painted underneath during its total restoration:
1966 Sprint GT
Keith Riches '66 Sprint GT (supplied by us) fresh from being painted in its original colour of grigio grafite (graphite grey) following a body restoration:
Check out those shut lines!:
Keith takes delivery of his freshly restored car!
Wide-body GTA replica
Simon Johnson's 1750 GTV is being transformed into a GRP-panelled wide-body GTA replica. Here the outer panels have been removed prior to media blasting:
Fibreglass wings, wheelarches & GTAm alloy wheels are trial-fitted:
We fabricated wheelarch extensions to marry up to the GTAm arches:
Fibreglass panels trial fitted at front end:
New spare wheel fitted & the car is put on a chassis tilter to gain access to the underside:
2-pack epoxy primer being applied once all the repairs & modifications have been carried out:
Finally the colour coat is applied (AR 501 'Rosso Alfa')
Peter Dougill's 1967 Alfa Spider Duetto (sourced by us) - an original & rare RHD 1600 car undergoing a full bare metal restoration:
Media-blasted shell returns fro Cleaning Consultants:
We fabricated a new nose section as the original had suffered typical 'parking damage' & had been poorly repaired:
The bodyshell now in paint (AR 514 the original 'Farina red'):
Front suspension being fitted:
Mark Ellison's '67 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce undergoing a colour change - soon to be silver!