Masters of craft
For the journey
CRAFTSMANSHIP LIES AT OUR HEART
Our master craftspeople deftly restore some of the most beautiful automobiles ever created. Our world-class classic car restoration services encompass carpentry, paintshop, engineering, welding, panel craft and more, with our craftspeople ensuring that every repair or replacement is applied with the most fastidious precision and craft.
Unmatched knowledge of parts and restoration
We are world leaders in the supply and manufacture of parts for pre-war Rolls-Royce models. Our specialist engineers in our sister company Fiennes Engineering can also reclaim, reverse engineer or manufacture new parts from our vast library of original engineering blueprints. Such intimate knowledge underpins our classic car restoration projects where our craftsmen in carpentry, paintwork and panel craft combine with mechanical engineers to deliver world-beating restoration projects.
The age and marque where our expertise began
Our classic car restoration specialists are world-renowned in the restoration and conservation of Pre-War Bentley motor cars. All aspects of the restorations including carpentry, panel craft, mechanical engineering and paintwork are carried out in our own facilities in the Cotswolds.
Expertise in other
Over the years we have extended our expertise, founded on Rolls-Royce and Bentley, to the restoration of any classic marques from anywhere in the world. Our team of classic car restoration specialists, craftsmen and engineers will apply the same skill and attention to detail when working on cars from an Alvis or Bugatti to a Wolseley.
We understand classics
of any age or marque
Whilst the definition of Modern Classics is continually evolving, so too is our ability to restore and repair the widest range of marques. Whether it's a complete or partial restoration, maintenance, or service we have specialists who can deliver the same quality of workmanship to Aston Martin, Mini and Morgan, Jaguar and Jensen, Ford and Ferrari.
For your enjoyment of the road ahead
“Working out how to rebuild a car that’s up to 100 years old is something of an automotive detective job. Mechanically, we know what it should be and have a large number of drawings we can work from, but should that fail, we have decades of experience across every necessary craft to draw upon.”
of Mark Numbers
The Jaguar Mk2 makes frequent appearances in surveys of Britain’s favourite classics, largely thanks to a certain fictional TV detective from Oxford with a passion for opera and real ale, but try to fit it into the history of Jaguar’s system of assigning mark numbers to its vehicles and things can get a little confusing. […]
In any poll of the greatest or most beautiful cars ever made, three vehicles almost invariably make it to the very top – the Aston Martin DB5, the Ferrari Daytona, and Jaguar’s E-Type (or XK-E, if you’re American). Jaguar introduced the E-Type in 1961, so 2021 is its 60th anniversary year, and it remained in […]
A Little More About Who We Are…
As our founder, Will Fiennes, explains it: ‘Working out how to rebuild a car that’s up to 100 years old is something of an automotive detective job. Mechanically, we know what it should be and have a large number of drawings we can work from, but should that fail, we have decades of experience across […]