The Holy Grail of vintage Hot Rods, this genuine all steel '32 Ford came to us having been stripped and coated in Epoxy.
Initially just a freshen up, vast amounts of body filler from previous restoration work were found on this 1973 Urraco.
This very well known Jaguar XK150 has been restored by the owner, and handed to us for the stunning Carmen finish.
One family owner, low mileage original 1968 Daimler received bare metal body restoration and a full repaint in stunning Opalescent Silver Blue.
This 1961 Daimler Dart had vast crazing in the fibreglass gelcoat, with poor paint finish all over.
In early 2017, local Jaguar specialists XjRestorations were tasked with recommissioning Sir Patrick Stewarts Jaguar XJS Convertible.
This '59 Apache was imported from California in 2014. It came across as a Matt Black longbed truck.
MWK 28G is the first ever road registered Jaguar XJ6. A pre production prototype, used for a vast majority of the pre launch testing.
This little Porsche had crazing on the flat surfaces, and surface corrosion on the corners. A quick freshen up was required ready for summer.
One owner for the last 40 years, this great little Cooper was starting to look a little tired with blisters and bubbles appearing. Needing one rear quarter panel.
A process of Epoxy base primer and Polyester primer proceeded the Old English White blend finishing the repair.
XjRestorations Ltd completed the mechanical overhaul and corrosion repairs, handing over to us for fresh coat of glorious Bordeaux Red metallic.
This well known 1955 Chevrolet race car is well known in the UK Santa Pod/Shakespeare County race scene.
Imported from Oregon in early 2018, this paint has been preserved rather than restored! Patina is a trend, but this is genuine patina.
Jaguar Mk2 - This stalled rebuild project came to us for a full bare metal repaint inside and out - resulting in a period street racer with some serious power to match it's racey look.
1955 Chevrolet BelAir 2 door post for a freshen up, with a modern pearlescent red and white finish. This car has since won best on show at a local events.
Increasingly rare MK5 Ford Cortina for a bare metal repaint, going from a non factory Metallic Green - to factory Signal Yellow.