Category Archives: Restorations
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
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
After sorting a serious amount of corrosion out we are building this for 997 Porsche owners James and Carey. We promise you will be out in next summer guys..
Our own 1986 2.5 oval dash 944 is in the workshop now for restoration. We will be looking to sell it once we have finished the car so anyone who may be interested in talking to us during the restoration … Continue reading
It took a while but we finally got there and finished Bills lovely Grand Prix White SC Targa just in time for him to take it to Italy on a road trip. Fully restored from a rusty rolling shell (see … Continue reading
Darren’s 928 S is in the oven and will be sporting its fresh Black paint this week.. The headache lies ahead rebuilding everything.. We’ll keep you posted as it goes back together.
Full restoration carried out here at KLASSIKER 911 of this stunning 1985 3.2 Carrera
Huddersfield customer Martin has his 1985 3.2 Carrera Coupe with us. While we are waiting for his new crankshaft to be made we are carrying out some mild restoration work to the kidney bowls, sills and ‘B’ posts. 2 … Continue reading
We are pleased to have been commissioned to restore 3 classic air cooled cars for Porsche fanatic Nic.Nic brought the cars over from Belgium earlier this month for work to start. The 1966 912 currently has a 2.2 T engine … Continue reading