This beautiful Aston Martin DB6 came in last week with a misfire. Turned out to be dodgy electronic ignition trigger in the distributor. The carbs were leaking so we rebuilt them while it was here.
This autumn marks an incredible 35 years in business! From humble roots working from a tool box in the back of an MGB, through various premises, to our current East Sussex facility, catering to all manner of classic car and historic racer. We always endeavour to push ourselves and grow with this year being no exception. Our latest has been our new machine shop facility with Southern Rebore Services moving on site under our wing. We look forward to serving the classic car and historic racing community for many years to come.
This beautiful Series 1 Jaguar E-type came in for a full inspection, major service and repairs. There were a few large jobs to carry out including works to the rear subframe and drivetrain. We replaced all of the front suspension bushes and a couple of ball joints. We replaced the water pump, adjusted the cam tensioner and carried out an engine service. We’ve fitted a set of static seat belts and had the car MOT’d.
This Triumph TR4A was restored some 20 years ago and has been garaged ever since. It has survived very well but a lot of the rubber components have deteriorated and the fuel tank has rusted. The carbs required a rebuild and we also fitted a new fuel pump. The brakes and ignition system both needed some work to recommission. A new set of Continental tyres and it’s nearly ready for an MOT.