It’s great to see that the nation’s hard efforts have been working to fight COVID-19. In line with the government move to Alert Level 3, the team at The Surgery will resume work in the workshop on the 1st of September. We will be returning to the same closed-door operation that had been in place last year at level 3. Our team is on hand and available to discuss any questions you may have about existing and or future projects by email or phone. Stay
WE ARE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE From Wednesday the 18th of August 2021, Due to the current ongoing situation with COVID-19 and the quick move to Alert Level 4 within New Zealand. The Surgery admin team will continue to operate from home in the event you need to contact us via our normal channels – Phone, Emails, and Social Media Platforms. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. PHONE: 04 232 7543EMAIL: email@example.com
We are not only the official applicators of CorrosionX in the wellington region, we also sell a wide range of CorrosionX products too. If you need to stop rust in it’s tracks, come in and talk to one of our team about it.
Small bit of exciting news, just arrived in today, our new The Surgery branded registration holders, which look pretty sharp. These will be available to all existing and previous clients to The Surgery.
The VW Kombi van is one of the best-known vehicles in automotive history, and for owners such as Steve and Denise Fejos, this loyal steed helps make memories that will never be forgotten Dutch Volkswagen importer Ben Pon visited the VW factory on Wednesday, 23 April 1947, when it was still controlled by the British Occupational Forces under the command of Major Ivan Hirst, a British Army officer and engineer assigned to rebuild Volkswagen after the war. Pon wanted to talk about importing Volkswagens into