We have been lucky enough to build some fantastic vehicles that have been featured in magazines such as Volksworld Magazine and Classic Performance Magazine. We have uploaded some of the pictures into albums for you to enjoy.
1971 vw bay window
This Bay belongs to Dean and his wife Becks and was built to be both a show piece and a usable campvervan. It has too many modifications to list here but a basic spec is as follows
2.3 type 1 engine (150 bhp)
engine and treansmission raise
Hydraulic suspension (will lay chassis rails on the floor)
Porsche 6 pot and 4 pot brakes front and rear
Custom interior with penny floor
1969 VW Beetle
This Beetle belongs to Dean and was his first car which he has owned since he was 15 years old. It has been heavily modified at has the following spec.
Porsche 944 Turbo rear suspension
Porsche 996 brakes front and rear
Porsche 911 (915) 5 speed gearbox
2.1 Type iv engine (149 bhp) dry sump.
Porsche 911 seats.
1982 Ford Capri
This mk3 Ford capri belongs to Rob Smith and is bit of a wolf in sheeps clothing.
4.8 Chevrolet LSx engine
T56 dodge viper manual gearbox
5 link rear suspension
Adjustable front coil overs
1967 VW Beetle
This lovely Beetle belongs to Duncan Read who has owner the vehicle for many years. He grew up with hot rods and wanted to put his own twist on the car. Spec as follows
2.1 Type 1 engine (155 bhp)
Mildly lowered front suspension
Front disc brakes
Many subtle body modifications
1966 VW Beetle
This stunning black beetle belongs to Paul Hunter who has owned it for many many years and is now part of the family. This was built to a full on show car spec meaning the paintwork on the underside is as good as the outside.
6 inch narrowed front suspension, heavily lowered front and rear
GAZ shocks all round
twin carbs on a 1300 single port engine.
Flat 4 steering wheel.
1971 Porsche 911T
Sitting pretty in Slate Grey, this gorgeous 911 was imported from sunny California and restored by us between 2015 and 2016. This car was bought with the intention to sell, so if you are interested, check out our vehicle inventory.
Full bare metal restoration restored back to factory spec
Fully rebuilt, matching numbers engine with a few tweeks to produce approx 200 bhp.
Period correct radio modified for bluetooth conectivity
Original, 14” Fuchs - fully restored and anodised
Stunning red leather interior.
1966 VW Splitscreen Double cab
This glorious double cab was restored to be a matching pair with Paul Hunter’s ‘Black Jack’ Beetle using the same red and black, and matching red interior. This build had the added twist of having some rather extreme modifications including wishbone front and rear suspension, 4 pot calipers and disc brakes all round, 2.3 litre, 160 bhp engine and an incredible level of detail. One of our favourite builds to date
1973 VW Baywindow
A very subtle but oh-so-classy Bay we restored the body of for a good friend. The shell itself was imported from Arizona and was one of the best shells we have come across. It needed very little rust repair and a small amount of accident damage repair. The shell was then painted in its original white, and the pin stripes redone to replicate what its first created in the 70’s. Classic, Custom and Retro then did a fantastic job of giving it a splash of colour in the interior. For those eagle eyed among you, you’ll notice the original square bumpers have been ditched for an early rear bumper and Brazilian front bumper giving a much cleaner look.