The vehicle was once sold and restored to the client's needs. It was also Oldtimer certified. Five years and several thousand kilometers later, it was put up for sale again, and we purchased the car back.
After its arrival from the US the vehicle received a thorough restoration. The then new owner has driven the car in all weather conditions for six years
before he sold it back to us. There was coniderable wear and tear on the vehicle,
so once again we have performed a new and even more substantial restoration work than before.
Along many things, we have restored the whole brake, running gear, cooling, heating, electrical and air-conditioning systems.
The chassis has been completely cleaned, base coated and repainted.
All the screws, consoles, suspension arms, flat and spiral springs, cardan axle, steering connectors have been newly galvanized.
All damaged chrome parts have been re-plated. All of the body parts have been cleaned down to the fiber glass so that all cracks, scrapes and surface damages
can be refilled and repaired with new fiber glass. With this work done we were able to minimize the use of putty.
The vehicle also received sound and heat insulations, new floor upholstery and a three point safety belt, which is rare in this model.
The canvas top and its roof frame have all been renewed.
The engine received a new Edelbrock brand air-supply line with a matching Edelbrock carburetor and electric starter.
The steering column, instrument boards and center console have been furnshed with leather.
Along with the complete restoration of the car seats, light and sound seat alert sensors have also been repaired.
This vehicle is fully ready to receive its new owner.
Now we are performing some more, minor restorations again and it will be available in June 2014.