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Old 03-07-2017, 15:48   #31
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Wow thats what I call a skilled job, and all done in house, it doesnt get any better than this, well done!
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Old 18-09-2017, 09:27   #32
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The diary is filling up for winter with these jobs. Paul still has some dates available for those looking to have restoration carried out.
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looking at having my 7 done, I know I have a hole in the spare wheel cavity, can you pm me some price info please
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Quality workmanship very neat work.
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One of the most recently completed restorations. Chassis legs, wheel wells and rear panel on a blue IX. All work carried out start to finish in house by Paul.



















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Old 13-02-2018, 09:28   #36
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Nice work Tom. It always seems that the rails suffer but the main bodywork looks ok. Im thinking this is due to the rails holding water inside and then rusting through? Do you do anything extra once you put the new ones on? Like cavity wax ? I’ve been reading up a huge amount on seam sealing also but it’s a very grey area. Do you stick to factory seam sealing?
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The car was also treated to Poly Bushes and the recently installed MeisterR coilovers were refitted. Full underbody seal, Cavity wax, New down pipe, Front and rear Whiteline ARBs, Drop links, Rear lower arm and Diff Powerflex bushings, New arch liners and Fuel filler neck.













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Old 13-02-2018, 09:56   #38
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Just read through this, fantastic work.
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Yes fantastic work..

I think though there's probably no point in me calling you unless I have several grand burning a hole in my pocket.
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How would you not see that rust in the arches before it's at that stage? Hidden behind underseal?

What's the waiting time for this kind of job Tom? Not chopping out but the clean up/underseal jobs.
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Old 14-02-2018, 08:26   #41
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Hi,

We are currently booking 4 weeks in advance for the underseal work.

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How would you not see that rust in the arches before it's at that stage?

What's the waiting time for this kind of job Tom? Not chopping out but the clean up/underseal jobs.
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As well as the underside do you guys do just normal bodywork stuff?
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We have a trusted body shop we work closely yes.
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Hi I'm just starting the rebuild of my E6 GSR that's been sat outside for many years unused and unloved and was wondering if you could pm me a basic price for the work carried out in the original post as a starting place and maybe go from there thanks
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