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Automobile Painting

Our Restorations

At Pristine Classics, our adoration for classic and vintage cars runs deep, infusing every restoration project with a passion that mirrors our own love for these automotive treasures. With meticulous care and attention to detail, we treat each vehicle entrusted to us as if it were a cherished member of our own collection. Allow us the privilege of restoring your beloved classic or vintage car to its original pristine state, where every curve and detail embodies the timeless elegance that defines these automotive icons.

Jaguar XK 140 SE DHC (1956)

The XK140 was introduced in late 1954 and sold as a 1955 model. Exterior changes that distinguished it from the XK120 included more substantial front and rear bumpers with over riders, and flashing turn signals (operated by a switch on the dash) above the front bumper.

The XK140 was powered by the William Heynes designed 3.4 litre Jaguar XK double overhead camshaft inline-6 engine, with the Special Equipment modifications from the XK120, which raised the specified power by 10 bhp to 190 bhp (142 kW) gross at 5500 rpm, as standard.

Alfa Romeo 1600 Spider (1963)

After an extensive journey of restoration, this exceptional Alfa Romeo emerges anew, adorned in the resplendent hue of original Alfa Romeo Dutch Blue, a testament to its heritage and timeless elegance. Every corner of this rare gem has been meticulously attended to, from the intricate engine re-build to the lavish interior revitalization, ensuring not only a stunning visual spectacle but also an exhilarating performance on the open road. With each meticulous detail carefully crafted, this Alfa Romeo stands as a symbol of automotive craftsmanship and passion, ready to captivate hearts and minds alike with its flawless charm and impeccable performance.

VW Kombi

The VW Kombi or Commercial or Type 2 (Type 1 was the VW Beatle) went into production in March 1950 as the T1 and was in production in Europe until 1967 nicknamed the Splitscreen or Splittie. Production continued in Brazil until 1975. We did a comprehensive restoration to the vehicle.

We did a comprehensive restoration to the vehicle.

  • We stripped the body down to metal to reveal all rusted sections.

  • We replaced all rusted sections with new panels

  • resprayed entire vehicle in red and white

  • Had the interior of the vehicle re-done by A&T STYLE

  •  Comprehensive restoration of the running gear and fitted a two circuit brake system for extra safety

Jaguar E-Type (1966)

Through painstaking effort and meticulous attention to detail, every facet of this 1966 Jaguar E-type has been meticulously revitalised and restored to its original splendour, ensuring that every component, from its sleek exterior lines to its finely tuned engine, has been brought back to life with an unwavering commitment to excellence.

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