In addition to providing custom wiring looms, reproduction parts and restoration services we are also assisting restorers with a number of metal products such as floor pan, sill kits, and special parts. For more details please contact us.
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Our parts catalogue just keep growing. (3/23/2015)- As indicated earlier, we continue to bring a number of parts only available from Italy in the past. All of our product offering are hand built and tested for accuracy and fit made here in the U.S. Here are a … Continue reading Full steam ahead Skipper!!!! (2/15/2015)- It will be hard to explain where we are with this car before I give a proper introduction of what was needed to bring this car to where it is today. I purchased the remnants of this shell for $100 … Continue reading A day for celebration (6/8/2014)- Trying to get caught up has become an insurmountable task since returning home from a well deserved “vacation” in Spain. Note that I included quotations to the word vacation because I did manage to do some work on a couple … Continue reading Update: 1959 Fiat 1100cc 4 doors (3/14/2014)- Here is some good progress on the 1959 Fiat 1100cc project. Since work started late last Wednesday, all the rust on the car has been removed, new patches and fabrication have been completed and welded in place. Final work, which … Continue reading Arrival of 1959 Fiat 1100 4 door Sedan (3/8/2014)- Since our first publication the giulietta shop continues to receive a number of inquiries about our metal fabrication, metal restoration, and other related restoration services. Earlier this week we welcomed the arrival of this 1959 Fiat 1100cc four door sedan … Continue reading Update: AR*171268 (Hand planishing) (1/30/2014)- We are now going through the hand planishing process of the entire car in order to ensure that all the panels are straight before we move to the final lead work and bodywork stage at which point the car is … Continue reading Update: AR381173 – The fabrication details (1/20/2014)- While mapping the work to be completed on any project we tend to overlook the specific details and the SS we just completed was no exception. Some of the important details were either missing or consumed with corrosion. I was … Continue reading Update: AR*171268 New sills (1/5/2014)- With the new year in full swing, we continue to make speedy progress on our 1961 Giulietta Spider. Last week, both the outer sills (rockers) as well as the front cross members were completed. Although, the cross members had been … Continue reading Update: AR*171268 – Nearing Final Metal Repair (12/12/2013)- The 1961 Giulietta Spider 171268 is moving with amazing rhythm and speed. As of today, the cabin floors, trunk floor and all structural components are nearly completed. Of course, not including some of the outer sheetmetal work already done. With luck, … Continue reading Update: AR*381173 – Body Work Completed (3/18/2013)- Many, and I mean many, hours of work and Giulia Sprint Speciale 381173 is, I am happy to say is… on its way to redemption. All the rust has been replaced, all the floors are done, and we are finishing our way around the outside metal. … Continue reading Update: AR*381173 – Restoration & Bodywork Progress (2/10/2013)- Restoration on Sprint Speciale 381173 started on December 28th, 2012 and as of today we have logged 280 hrs. So, what has been done in 280 hrs? Removing everything from the car except suspension. Paint stripping, bondo, fiber glass, undercoating, and sand blasting. … Continue reading Update: AR1495*F04695 – Sheet Metal Repairs (5/24/2012)- Additional progress on F04695 sheet metal repairs. I was fortunate enough that this particular car was very good with the exception of some badly done body work as it was revealed as the car was stripped to metal. Lots of … Continue reading Update: AR1495*F04695 – Sheet Metal Repairs (7/21/2011)- As stated on the 06611 post, I am starting to move on into the spider veloce and work continuity is seamless. As suspected, the few small pinholes on the rockers were a clear indication of some rust treatment required inside … Continue reading Update: AR1493E*06611 – Trunk Floor (2/13/2011)- All of the wiring harness work, the unusual Texas cold winter and other family and business affairs have been keeping me from maintaining steady progress on Sprint 06611 sheet metal work. Removing, making a trunk floor from a flat sheet of metal, and … Continue reading