Author Archives: Sophie Illand
Audi R8 V10 Spyder is in the bodyshop after coming off worse with a motorway barrier. Hoping to get this supercar repaired and delivered back before Christmas.
Rare 1989 manual 928 GT was down last week for us to get set up and running correctly. Local man Tony swapped cars and left us his 1976 911 2.7S Targa to work on. pictures coming soon.
We missed getting it to the NEC last month which might not be a bad thing because we are having a very serious think about what colour to paint this bespoke all steel custom wide body creation. A big thanks … Continue reading
Freshly detailed engine is just about ready to go into Brian’s freshly restored 86 3.2 Targa. Lots of pictures to come very soon of this recent restoration.
Last Monday this pretty little 912 drove in for restoration, by the end of last week this is all that was left of it. Suffering from severe corrosion just about everywhere. Lots and lots of new steel to be going … Continue reading
Its been here a while but work on the 1st KLASSIKER 911 Targa is steaming ahead with good pace. All steel wide body on fully independent coil over suspension with a monster turbocharged engine and lots and lots of neat … Continue reading
4,300 miles for a service. New customer Khalid drove the new Cayenne GTS from Qatar to the UK ! It still sports its Qatari number plates and a seriously blacked out front windscreen.
Mild restoration work has started now on the Aston Martin DB7 V12 6 litre Vantage. Our KLASSIKER restoration department has everything in at the moment from a 30’s MG PA, 50’s Ferrari’s, 60’s 356 + 912’s, 2 x 70’s 911’s … Continue reading
Another car that booked in after visiting us on the recent Porsche Club open day was this stunning Gen 2 997 belonging to local business man Steve. This car is stunning and finished in the rare metallic Carmona Red.