Many, arguably all, race cars are worth bringing back from the dead. The best ones have history though. In our case, it was the overall winner of the British Saloon Car Championship, running to the SupaTura regulations in 1960. It was purchased by Trevor Parfitt of Scott Automotive in 1967 and has not been seen out on the road, let alone the track, since 1970. In storage until 2008, the famous Doc Shepherd’s A40 UCE 13 has been rebuilt and race prepped by us ready for re-launch on the track in May 2018, in this the 60th Diamond Jubilee anniversary year of the BTCC.
We have rebuilt race cars from a race damaged chassis up, to those which on first glance (or purchase) look complete and safe, but unfortunately are not. Plus everything in-between! Let us help transform your race car into the best, and most competitive, it can be. Our workshop is always open for our current projects to be viewed.