The Oldtimer Restoration
|“Old love never rusts,” at least according to an old German saying. Owners of classic cars know that this is not necessarily true, especially when it comes to motorized garage loves.
But what is to be done when the passage of time leaves its mark in the form of rust, defects, and heavy wear-and-tear yet you are not ready to simply say farewell? In this case there are several options that we will explain to you as well as we can in the following.
First of all, it is important to understand that the full restoration of a classic car is a far-reaching decision because it is generally very time-intensive and can become costly. A full restoration is between 800 and 1200 working hours, depending on the condition of the car. This is not a surprise because depending on the scope of the restoration, you are practically creating a new vehicle you and along with subsequent generations will continue to admire and use. What could be nicer than owning a well-maintained, functioning classic car that fills you with pride every time you go for a ride and draws appreciative glances from others? This feeling helps the stress of a restoration to quickly fade. The only thing remaining is the certainty that you have something very special to call your own.
Based on our years of experience in this area and with the use of both modern and traditional technology, we can offer you professional restoration that always meets your expectations or even exceeds them. For us, authenticity and attention to detail are always at the forefront. Our goal for every restoration is to maintain as many original parts as possible and later attain a result that is both technically and visually as close as possible to the original delivered condition from the corresponding model year. With the customer’s agreement, useful improvements are possible.
All restorations are performed by us on site in our own facilities by our specially trained personnel.
We mainly differentiate between two types of restorations: one is a specific partial restoration, and the other is a complete full restoration. You can find out more about the exact differences between the two on the following pages.
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