There may be several reasons why you might want a custom automotive fabrication for your vehicle. If you’ve got a vintage car and are looking to restore it, this process can be used to help repair and replace missing or damaged panels or car parts.
Perhaps you simply want to customise a car or want to enhance performance? Fabrication can be used for that too and our team is on hand to help.
At White’s Bodyworks, we never quite know when the next classic car is going to come across the garage floor. It’s something that we look forward to and the challenge is always an experience we cherish and except with pleasure. Over the years, we’ve seen some magnificent vehicles at the garage, including an amazing 1934 Wolseley that fabricated parts for. We’ve even seen the odd Lamborghini now and again as well as a Jenson Interceptor.
Working with classic cars requires a great deal of thought and even a delicate touch on occasion. When panels need to be replaced, either because they have rusted through or are too damaged to repair, making sure that any changes fit in with the design and history of the vehicle can be challenging and certainly requires expert knowledge and skill.
It’s not just panels that may need to be replaced with a classic car restoration. Many parts may no longer be available to buy so finding or making alternatives becomes important. Customers often want the restoration to return their car as near as possible back to the original condition when it came off the production line.
Obviously, the older the car or bike, the more difficult this may be for an ordinary garage. That’s why you need to work with classic car enthusiasts who have a history of delivering quality work for a range of vintage vehicles.