03
JUL
2013

The colourful history of car paint: a primer

You may have seen the fantastic repair job we did for the Wheeler Dealers on a classic but creaky Morris Minor Traveller. The bodywork was lovingly restored, its timber replaced or repaired, the interior was sympathetically refurbed and the paintwork now gleams with the same lustrous
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03
JUL
2013

Bringing it all back chrome

There was a time when cars had a lot of personality and much of this came from the use of chrome. It’s not just those iconic hood ornaments adorning classic cars but the overall finish chrome details gives them. In the States you had the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air that combined eye-catchi
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03
JUL
2013

Top 5 Dent Removal Tips

We call it ‘dental work’ because we know dent removal causes many classic car owners with the same sense of dread as the proverbial visit to the dentist. Here are some tricks of the trade for removing those dents without the agony. Removing dents from doors 1. Rather than using tools
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03
JUL
2013

5 reasons not to worry about scratches and scuffs

There are, of course, plenty of reasons to worry about scratches and scuffs to the paintwork and bumper of your classic car. They are unsightly, they can drive down the resale value and, if left untreated, they can lead to escalating rust problems. A scratch or a scuff on the paintwor
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02
JUL
2013

How to fix a car scratch

As long as the scratch on your car has not gone into the primer or metal you can get rid of it yourself at home. If it looks like some repainting might be needed you are better off calling in the experts. Is it a mark or a scratch? Often what looks like a scratch may be a mark left by
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02
JUL
2013

Why scratch repair costs less than you might expect

Scratches to your classic car are not just unsightly annoyances: they may carry hidden costs too. They will certainly drive down the resale value of your car but can also become breeding grounds for rust which can be much more expensive to repair than the scratch itself. The cost of t
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