A double post today on the blog, one from Adam and his journey along the famous Route 66 together with a bonus dose of Mustang Maniac cars too. 🙂
The week has been all about trying to finish of the smaller jobs on some cars we have had around for a little while. Not because we can’t do them of course but because there is no rush to complete them at the moment. We are expecting another couple of cars in next week after the Easter Break where we can get back to normal after loosing a couple of days. The break has been very welcome after all the hard work the guys have been putting in recently. Poor Yogette has been swamped out with WebShop orders and has been trying to answer the phone and get the orders ready. Again thanks to everybody who have called in and been patient with us. Looks Like the Easter Bunny has come early for some lucky customers out there.
Rust In Piece
The car is coming along very well now and the engine with all the wiring is in the process of being added back into the car. A couple of small problems we sometimes encounter at this point, but nothing we haven’t seen before and was quickly sorted out without a fuss. The dynamo now in place and the loom pig-tail wired up.
Alfa Red Convertible
Its been a little while since we have posted about this car, but we are now starting on the interior. We have ordered some parts for it to come into us so they should be here very soon. The interior has changed colour a little since it was discussed and now the owner has opted for a custom-made set of black leather with a subtle red stitching. The effect is just amazing and a good choice to go with the colour of the car.
We have here a picture of both the front seats sitting on the floor waiting for the carpet to be fitted.
The seat base and the backs look different colours in the pics next to the car depending on lighting and reflections obviously. These seats are a real luxury item and the soft leather feels, looks and smells amazing. An awesome upgrade.
Just to prove they are the same colour we have a close up of the seat base and the back together with no paint reflection.