Body & Coachwork
All of the parts showing wear or damage that were originally painted are typically stripped of old paint, with any rust or rust related damage repaired, dents and ripples removed and then the metal refinished, primed and painted with colors to match the original factory colors.
Wooden parts go through the same meticulous inspection and repair process with re-glueing, replacement of rotted or termite-damaged wood, sealing and refinishing to match the factory specifications. Pressure treatment with preservative may be considered to safeguard against future wood rot.
Latches, Hinges and Fasteners with tool marks, damaged threads, or corrosion need re-plating or replacement-unless the car was originally sold that way.
Brightwork and Finishing Touches
Chrome and trim may require stripping and repair/refinishing. Brass, alumninum, stainless restoration and polishing along with copper and nickel plating. Wood graining and pin striping paint. Logo's an badges that where damaged are sourced or recreated using state of the art scanning technology and various 3D printing methods.
Sheet Metal Restoration
Includes – TIG, MIG, and Oxy-acetylene welding, use of the English wheel, patch panel fabrication, the application of lead body solder, dent repair and metal finishing.