Old school methods and true craftsmanship,
combined with modern technology

Bodywork & Restorations

Whether your chosen vehicle requires a complete ‘nut and bolt’ restoration, structural or cosmetic work performing, we offer our clients a truly bespoke service from initial conversation right through to delivery.

We are the chosen and trusted specialist classic and vintage repair facility of a number of insurance companies and have a strong reputation for undertaking projects which are considered ‘impossible’. 

We’re proud to be a Gold partner with Novol For Classic Car (a dedicated classic car coating system supplier, which has achieved the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens [FIVA] accreditation.

Our highly skilled team is complimented by a wide range of equipment to assist us in achieving our outstanding results such as large: low-bake spray booth/oven and paint preparation room, multiple vehicle lifts, a Global jig chassis alignment facilities, as well as an extensive list of other high-quality equipment.

A full metal working and fabrication areas allows us to cater for steel, stainless steel, aluminium and glass fibre vehicles, a comprehensive range of welding equipment (TIG, MIG, Spot & Gas), allowing us to repair, recondition, reproduce or even customise a variety of components and panels. 

  • Complete restorations
  • Structural/cosmetic repairs (including accident damage)
  • Lead loading, metal filing & shrinking
  • Fibreglass repair & fabrication
  • GTAW (TIG), MIG, Gas, Spot welding (for all materials including stainless and aluminium)
  • Panel fabrication
  • Full paintwork & paintwork preparation services
  • Race/track preparation/historic event prep.
  • Underbody corrosion prevention, preparation and under sealing 
  • Jig chassis alignment
(This list is not exhaustive, please contact us to discuss your requirements).

“They have enviable attention to detail and the ability to see things others simply cannot. I’m confident the value my car reached at auction was a direct result of the works I had conducted.”

Mr. H. Cannon