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Triumph TR2

1953 Triumph TR2 Restoration

The Triumph TR2 went on sale on 1953, the first in a long line of successful sports cars built by Triumph. Its chassis was based on the pre Second World War Standard Flying Nine and the bodywork was styled by designer Walter Belgrove. The TR2 was Triumph’s first 100mph sports car, and was also the […]

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Pre-War Aston Martin

This is the 1925 Motor Show car with body by Jarvis of Wimbledon. Made by Bamford & Martin Ltd of Kensington. The Motor of October 1925 described the car as “the most beautiful small car of the show”. The price for a touring car was 825€ in 1925 compared to an Austin 7, 149€. It […]

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Coombs Jaguar MKII 3.8

This Jaguar MKII 3.8 is one of only twenty-five original cars modified by Coombs of Guilford. Having been a successful driver, John Coombs turned entrant for some of the best British drivers of the fifties and sixties, including World Champions Jackie Stewart, Jack Brabham and Graham Hill. The family business, Coombs of Guilford, was one […]

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Honda CRX

Bought to us by a Honda Owners Club enthusiast we were tasked with the job of removing all corrosion from this early nineties Honda. Very good donor rear quarter panels were found, unpicked from their original rear end and meticulously stitched onto this car once all other corrosion had been treated. A complete bare metal […]

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VW Corrado

After meeting the owner of this Corrado it became apparent how passionate she was about her appreciating classic. With lengthy discussions on the best way to approach a sympathetic body restoration, wheel arches and minor blisters were media blasted, cut out and welded where required and reshaped as necessary. It was then completely painted in […]

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