The very happy owner picked up his Triumph TR4 this morning. Surface rust left this beautiful car with some unsightly blisters. We did a full exterior strip back to bare metal, the body was in great condition, just badly prepped from its previous paint job. Once the surface rust was clean and conditioned we got it back to its former glory in stunning British Racing Green.
Restoring your paint doesn’t always mean a repaint. Tired, scratched and faded paint can be brought back to life, just like the paint on this Holden Monaro GTS. #paintrestoration#detailing#holdenmonarogts#classiccars#classicrestoration#thesurgerynz
One of our own EV (electric) conversion projects will be documented start to finish on DriveLife. Part 01 has just been published and can be found via the link below. If you are keen on following our journey, keep an eye out for regular updates. DriveLife Link – Project EV – John’s VW Karmann Ghia – Part01: The Plan
Perhaps one of the greatest classic pickups of all time, the Ford Bonus F-1 is a study of simplicity and style. By Ashley Webb, photography John Galvin During the 1940s, Ford battled financial issues but fought back with several successful new products. Although the decade will always be remembered as ‘The War Years’, Ford produced some vehicles outside of its war effort that are still very much sought after by enthusiasts today. In January 1948, a new era began at the Ford Motor Company with