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At The Carrosserie Company, our team of dedicated and skilled engineers has a long and proud history of producing exceptional classic car restorations to the highest of standards.

1973 Jaguar Series 3 E-Type V12 (Barn Find)

This Series 3 E-Type came to us for a full restoration. Its original Heather paint (a colour only offered in 1973) with matching interior. The restoration took 12 months from start to finish, so why not take a look through the different stages of the project.

Rolls Royce Phantom i

This gorgeous Rolls Royce leaves our workshop in Barnard Castle after the team have completed various bodywork jobs and given the paint a refresh.

1978 VW Beetle

We have a film star at Carrosserie! The 1978 VW Beetle from the film Sulphur and White sent to us from London to tidy up. Sulphur and White is the story of the life of David Tait MBE, Ambassador for NSPCC.

1973 BMW E9 3.0 CSL

This beautiful 1973 E9 3.0 CSL came to us for a full restoration. There was a lot of rust and many of the aluminium panels were perforated. The engine was removed and all affected panels as well to remove all of the rust. New panels including door skins were fitted and then the whole car resprayed.

1914 Stanley Steamer Visit!

The all Electric 2020 Peugeot 2008 E GT Line on the left belongs to Shaun, one of our top Paintshop Team, the 1914 Stanley Steamer on the right belongs to a very good friend, who just happened to drop in this afternoon!

1982 Talbot Sunbeam Lotus

We have completely stripped the entire vehicle down to the bare shell, immersed the complete car in a stripping tank to remove all and any paint, sealers and underseals.

1965 MKII Sunbeam Tiger

This is a 1965 MKII Sunbeam Tiger “Barn Find” One family owned, and it has been off the road since 1974 with a genuine 45000 miles on the clock.

Replica of Jim Clark’s Dutch GP winning car

Built in association with Stewart Taylor Motorsport, who we built the replica Honda RA 302 F1 car with, we were commissioned to fabricate all of the body panels in aluminium and to paint them in the famous Green and Yellow.

Lagonda Rapide Shooting Brake

We were delighted to take on the project of building the unique Lagonda Rapide Shooting Brake for one of our very good customers.

Aston Martin DB9

Aston Martin DB9 repainted by our brilliant paintshop team.

Riley 9 Special

Belonging to a good friend. Brought into workshops for attention to its Fuel system, Brakes and Pre-selector gearchange. Now all working perfectly thanks to our highly experienced senior Engineer.

Range Rover Series 1

This fantastic Range Rover has just been delivered to it’s very happy owner after a lengthy and complete restoration to the vehicle.

1961 Bentley S1

This has been the subject of a complete “Nut & Bolt” restoration for a very fastidious Scandinavian customer. A privilege to have been involved in such a wonderful project.


Just in as found, Ford XR4i Parked in storage for 20 years now with us to recommission and get back on the road.


From a 1/20th scale model and a damaged original fibreglass nose, this replica body was fabricated to look as close to the original car as we could possibly make it.


A small job bought in by another company for us to make the double curved tail section that is so identifiable with this model.

1961 Flat Floor Series I E Type Jaguar

A magnificent and very desirable car in for recommissioning after not being used for a few years. Now back and being enjoyed by its owner.

Ferrari 308 GTS

A rare and unusual Ferrari 308 GTS fitted with a transverse V12 Engine. This extremely powerful car has been with us whilst we sorted some electrical gremlins and paintwork problems.

SS Jaguar 1.5Ltr Saloon

This is very rare and built by the Swallow Company in 1935. It’s a beautiful example of the opulence that some had the good fortune to experience.

1965 Mercedes 230SL

Requiring a complete body rebuild this car underwent a methodical and fastidious rebuild. To the fantastic condition shown here.

Plus 8 Morgan

This Plus 8 Morgan has been subjected to some very poor repairs in the past and was sent to us by the legal team of a popular Insurance Company to sort out.

1960 MGA

A very special MGA built to exacting standards for a very good customer

1929 Rolls Royce Phantom I

This fabulous Rolls Royce was built under licence in America and the Coachwork was made by Brewster of New York. We completely rebuilt this vehicle over a two year period for a very fastidious Scandinavian owner.

1923 Morris 1 Ton Lorry

A complete new Ash frame with Aluminium Skin completed October 2015 Built alongside another “Flat packed” for the owners home assembly Complete with opening Brass windscreen

1954 Bristol 403

A fairly straight forward repaint to this very pretty Bristol 403. The finish is a perfect showcase of what can be achieved.

1939 Lagonda LG45 DHC

A fantastic car that looks magnificent from any angle. Completely restored by ourselves over the last couple of years. It has had a completely new Ash frame to which we have re-fitted the original repaired body skin.

357BHP Rover SD1

This magnificent 357BHP Rover SD1, originally built for racing, after a complete rebuild, bodyshell strengthening and repaint in our workshops.

VW Splitscreen Fast Food Serving Van

Commissioned by “Bobs Lobster” Company, London. This vehicle was imported and completely transformed into a truly unique fast food outlet.

Morgan Coupé

An unusual commission to fabricate & fit a bespoke Coupé Hardtop complete with Webasto Sunroof. Beginning with a plywood buck, to a Steel “Superleggra” style steel frame, hand formed Aluminium skin, to a complete article.

1981 Ford Cortina 2.0 GL

1981 Ford Cortina 2.0 GL Supplied new by Bristol Street Motors. Used by them a demonstrator for 3 months, then bought by the current owners Father in Law. Same fastidious owners since then.

Aston Martin DB 2/4 MK111

After borrowing a perfect example of an Aston Martin DB2/4 MKIII, a wooden “Buck” was constructed to which we have hand made a complete front for this fantastic car.

Lea Francis

This beautiful machine has been one man’s dream to restore, Frank Delaney.

Jaguar E-Type Series 1 4.2

This wonderful example of the most iconic sports car of its age was the subject of a complete “Nut & Bolt” rebuild.


Buying or restoring a classic car isn’t an end, it’s the start of a long term relationship with a living piece of history with a past, present and future all of its own. If you’re ready to start that journey, why not get in touch with the team at The Carrosserie Company?