Completed restoration projects

Over the years we have completed many restoration projects for customers all over Europe. Below are examples of the work we carry out, showing the variety of specifications and upgrades available when undergoing a restoration.

This 1971 MGB Roadster is currently having a full nut and bolt restoration carried out to a customers specification. This is a sold project and is not available to be purchased.

This 1959 Triumph TR3A is a sold project that underwent a full nut and bolt restoration. It was originally exported to America, where it spent its life in California. It was then imported back and restored to the customers own specifications.

This 1957 MGA Roadster is a sold project that underwent a full nut and bolt restoration. It was originally exported to America, where it spent its life in California. It was then imported back and restored for a customer in Switzerland.

This 1956 MGA Roadster was originally exported to America, where it was recently imported back over from the state of Kentucky. The vehicle then underwent a full nut and bolt restoration for a customer.

This 1958 MGA Roadster is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration for a customer. Once complete, the car was delivered to the customer in Monaco, to be used as part of their classic car rental company.

This 1958 Triumph TR3A is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration for a customer. On this project, we restored the customers own vehicle, using the original engine and various parts before obtaining the original UK registration number.

This 1960 MGA Roadster is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration for a customer. On this project, we restored the customers own vehicle that he had owned for almost 50 years.

This 1959 Triumph TR3A is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut and bolt restoration. As the customer lived in France, the car was restored back to LHD, as original when it left the factory.

 

This 1969 MGC Roadster is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration for a customer. Originally a California car, the car was fully restored to the customers own specifications.

This 1964 MGB Roadster ‘Pull Handle’ is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration for a customer. Once complete, the car was delivered to the customer in Monaco, to be used as part of their classic car rental company.

This 1960 Triumph TR3A is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration for a customer. On this project, we restored the customers own vehicle, using the original engine and various parts before obtaining the original UK registration number.

This 1956 MGA Roadster is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration. It is an original RHD vehicle (only 5,000 made), registered in April 1956, making it one of the earliest home market MGA’s on the road.

This 1956 Triumph TR3 (small mouth) is a sold completed project that underwent a full nut-and-bolt restoration, before delivery to the customer in Malta.

This 1967 Jaguar E-Type is our own vehicle and was fully restored by ourselves a number of years ago. The car remains in excellent condition and is on display in our showroom.