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We’ve updated the Lagonda V12 Le Mans ‘Gunville Special’ photo album with five quality photos of these newly created aluminium chassis and suspension covers otherwise known as ‘bombs’ due to the distinctive look.

Mesh was later set into the rear bodywork sections to help increase air floor through the engine bay, you can see this in the photos taken after the car was painted. I suppose it could be said these were therefore Lagonda V12 Le mans chassis and suspension cover Mark-1’s..!

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We’ve now added even more photos to this 1935 Bentley Thrupp Maberly Darby drophead coupe photo album. You can now see our newly crafted coachwork in more detail, particularly when the panelling was finished and papered up, it looks quite smart actually.

Although these photos have just been discovered, the actual work took place during the mid 1990’s. So this has been partly a nostalgia trip for us as well as archive building.

We still have quite a few more photos of our Lagonda V12 Le Mans ‘Gunville Special’ build to add plus a couple more of the Lagonda M45 T5 Drophead tourer, so keep checking back…

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You know, sometimes I’ve forgotten what I’ve actually made over the years!

– says Dad when our friend Euan Campbell showed him this set of photos. We’ve (well Dad, mostly) has made about a dozen or so regular shaped Austin Healey 3000 polished aluminium gearbox covers over the years, but he just couldn’t remember fabricating this one. In fact looking back at our records it was made for Denis Welch Motorsport at some stage in the noughties, a special request where they cut the gear stick hole to suit, tailoring it to the car.

To see this specially requested narrow aluminium transmission cover and more Austin Healey 3000 photos, visit our online photo archive.

Have a special request? Or you’re after one of our attractive standard shaped polished gearbox covers, please get in touch.

– Mark

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Our panelling and coachbuilding online photo gallery achieve just gets bigger! We’ve now updated the Healey Abbott restoration we did back in the late 1990’s/early 2000’s. New wooden sections were required and were taken care of by Nigel Phillips plus there are a few more photos of our panelling and panel-work progression. Our scope on this job was to only rectify the body and timber body frame and not the chassis.

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