Monthly Archives: October 2016

The restoration of a family chair

This chair spent some 30 years in my father’s shop. It was painted and repainted white with a worn pink velour seat cover. It had no market value just a sentimental one. I decided to give it a new lease … Continue reading

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The finished article – car restoration

After five years my 1970 Triumph Vitesse is restored. Lovingly called the Yellow Peril it now has an agent and is ready for work. In the rebuild I had the bodywork welded together and resprayed. Converted to unleaded. The rest … Continue reading

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