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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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Maserati 3500 GT

This beautiful Maserati 3500 GT was Maserati‚Äôs first successful venture into the highly contested GT market. This particular example was brought to us by a customer from Belgium. He had previously had the bodyshell panelled and painted by a reputable specialist and was very disappointed with the results. Proline reshaped the outer body panels, repainted […]

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Bentley Corniche

Purchased by our client in a state of disrepair, we were commissioned to restore this Bentley back into a presentable, usable car. Proline carried out a complete bare metal respray including fitting new lower sills, arches and various other panel work. It was repainted in its original Masons Black with a contrasting single white coachline. […]

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Porsche Spyder 718RSK Classic Restoration

The Porsche 718RSK replica seen here was bought by Proline founder Gareth Jones from a collector in Scotland. After flying up to Glasgow alone a deal was done. The next day Gareth set off to drive the little VW based 1600 air cooled motor the 340-mile trip back to Northampton. With a 75mph blow out […]

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Lotus Elite

A super example of the little Lotus Elite produced between 1957 and 1963. The glass fibre monocoque bodyshell produced a lighter, stiffer shell with better driver protection than other marques available at the time. Great efforts were taken by the team at Proline on this body restoration to ensure accurate colour matches. Also that the […]

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1956 Porsche 356 B

Recently imported from the U.S and brought to us for commissioning. We stripped the car back to bare metal to find a stunning unmolested example with hardly any corrosion. Complete respray in original silver metallic. New rubbers, trims and a thorough engine service, it sailed straight through the mot and is a great little classic.

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