Much of our work is restoration:
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Above is a GTC having just returned from being blasted using plastic media rather than shot or sand which can buckle the panels. The car is then treated with a zinc phosphate wash before being primed. The restoration workshop is de-humidified.

Most restoration work is carried out in-house including engine rebuilds (to standard or modified spec), mechanical & electrical overhauls & much of the interior trimming. However over the years we have built up a fantastic network for out-sourcing some of the more specialised aspects - local specialists include a screen fitter, a superb trimmer, a radiator reconditioner, a bodyshell blaster, an electrical component reconditioner, a powder-coater, a brightwork polisher and a mobile diagnostics expert, while gearboxes and axles are entrusted to the UK's top Alfa transmission specialist. This means that all aspects of a restoration can be dealt with under one roof, using the highest quality artisans, carefully selected over the last 20 years.



Where repair panels aren't available we fabricate in-house. Here a fuel tank support lip (often rusted out on these cars) is being made on the shrinker/ stretcher:
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Alfa Romeo Restoration #03A chassis tilter is used to get access to the underside of cars - here a coupe has already had new floor pans fitted:


A 1965 Giulia Ti Getting stripped before restoration:

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The obligatory sill repairs being carried out on a Sprint GT:
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Rear arch replaced - the correct deep arch of the early cars is fitted:

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Here a Spider is having new middle sills fitted - it's crucial that the door aperture is braced during this operation to prevent the bodyshell flexing:
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The underside of a freshly restored 1750 GTV . All steering & suspension components are new or powder-coated & a stainless steel sports exhaust system is fitted.
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The final result is well worth the wait:-
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My own 1750 Mk1: August 2008. After 10 years restoration, finally ready for the road again - (just inner headlamp bezels & splash guards to fit) repainted in grigio medio metallizato and fitted with 6 x 14" GTA alloys:

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