Here’s the process we used to restore the seat base on the Sport Coupe Removing the cover, foam and padding which was attached via a combination of nails and hog rings. Once the cover was removed the details from LeBaron… Read More ›
Once the trims had been cut to fit the next task is to refit them and the rumble seat. There were a few areas that needed painting and an arch bolt to be ground off as it was too long… Read More ›
The Coupe has had a previous interior restoration that wasn’t of the highest quality, and in fact it has the wrong trim kit fitted, this is evidenced in a number of areas. The side trims in the rumble seat area… Read More ›
Refurbishment of the mouldings and trims continues You’ll also notice a rear lamp bracket has entered the fray, the car has always has 2 x left hand brackets fitted since I got got the car, so it’s time to sort… Read More ›
The work continues and the rivets on the right hand A pillar are the next target Once the rivets were out all the trim was removed and the refurb began! Along with some painting inside!
They may not be old enough to drive but they definitely know a thing or two about old cars! A local group is looking for new students to come and learn to restore and build Model A Fords. It’s called… Read More ›
First-built AMX/3 to get long-overdue restoration In June of 1969, under codename E18, BMW engineers took delivery of an aggressively styled mid-engine coupe for development and testing. Except the car wasn’t theirs, wasn’t even built in Germany, and was destined… Read More ›
When is a truck more than just a vehicle? Merritt’s Sherry Brabant might have the answer — in the form of a 1935 Ford truck which has served her family faithfully for more than half a century The turquoise-coloured one-and-a-half-ton… Read More ›