25/03/2017 Fiat, Holden, Mazda, MG, Morgan 3 Comments

Classic Car Quiz – Can You Name Them All

Have you got a good eye for the details, can you name the first 5 cars in this photo ?

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19/03/2017 Ford 0 Comments

32 Ford Coupe – Its Tough To Be Cool

Its hard to beat the cool factor of some cars, this 32 Ford thats was in for a couple of small updates is just so damn cool.

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Morgan 4/4 – Almost Ready For The Trip Home

The mog is almost ready to head home, just a couple more final checks before we wave goodbye. A couple of final checks when she gets back to the workshop, and then its over to the lucky owner, and the road trip home.

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Mazda RX7 – A Younger Generation

We have a younger lady in the workshop this week. And the whole team really like her.

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27/02/2017 Restoration, VW 0 Comments

VW Kombi – Where All Good Kombi’s Go To LIVE !

Its hard to see, but there are 3 kombi’s in this picture, and thats not even all of the models we have in right now. Four different generations of kombis all in, getting a new lease of life so that can continue to give their owners many more years of enjoyment.

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Toyota Land Cruiser – Eagerly Awaiting It’s Day In The Mud.

This bright red toy truck is all ready to go. The owner and surgery team are very happy with the final results, and we all cant wait to see it get it feet dirty with some good old fashioned off-roading.

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Rolls Royce Phantom – No Job To Big !!

Some damage repaired to this amazing Rolls Royce Phantom, its a good job our paint booth is build for cars of all sizes, as this thing is huge.

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Another baby leaves before Christmas…..1958 Austin Healey Sprite

Another baby leaves before Christmas…..big effort from our team. Great work guys on this 1958 Austin Healey Sprite.

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22/12/2016 Restoration, VW 0 Comments

VW Kombi Ready For Christmas Camping

One of the many kombi campers We have on the go at the moment. Finished a full restoration inside and on this one and it headed home today. There are two kombis in this photo BTW!  

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The Surgery Sprints – Sausages and Choc fish

The weather was wet, fine, wet, fine and a reasonable turn out of friendly faces. And the race drivers are fuelled up with chocolate fish and Sausages

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1968 Triumph Herald – Hark This Herald’s Angles Sing

When David Burke-Kennedy went to visit the owner of this beautifully restored Triumph Herald, he was surprised in more ways than one. You can’t help smiling when you reach the end of the long driveway to Andrew Cowsill’s pristine 19th-century house. His shinier-than-new 1968 Triumph Herald sits beaming proudly in front of it — as if to upstage the beautifully restored and landscaped villa. If this was being written for a classic house, garden, and car magazine, you’d be hard-pressed to know which to focus

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1985 Rover 3500 Vanden Plas SD1 – Revolutionary Rover

This Rover SD1 has been part of Michael Ahie’s family since his grandfather drove it o the showroom floor over 30 years ago. He shares the story of returning the Rover to its former glory The bright-metallic-green Rover SD1 looked like something from outer space — well, it did to me when I first saw it at the end of our driveway with my grandfather at the wheel. Growing up in a small rural community in Taranaki in the 1970s, my grandfather’s new Rover SD1

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1986 BMW M635 CSi – Majestic M-Sport

For many classic car enthusiasts, the catalyst for owning a car from a particular marque stems back to the first sighting of that model and the thought, ‘one day I’m going to own one of those’ Phil O’Reilly, the owner of this glorious BMW M635CSi, clearly remembers ogling a blue example at Team McMillan in Remuera Road, Auckland, back in the mid-’80s — a time when red braces and big hair were in, and the world was our oyster. A time when little old New

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1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SE Cabriolet – Classic Cabrio

It’s probably fair to assume that the city of Auckland has more classic cars tucked away than any other in the country. Having said that, I reckon on a per-head of population basis many other regions would win the count hands down. Take the South Island as an example, I know it’s made up of several regions, but my guess is there are more classic cars squirreled away in barns, sheds and garages per head of population than just about anywhere else on the planet.

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