A “C Type” Jaguar was at the shop to correct a poorly fitting intake plenum. The alignment of the intake plenum never really lined up with the body.
Mark had an interesting project for a Porsche 356 C Coupe. The owner wanted to replace the original steel panels with aluminum. The compound curves of the Porsche are copied to the sheets of aluminum with an English Wheel. The […]
A Ferrari GTC/4 front bumper was originally made of black rubber covered foam. Over time, this cover would get wavy and deteriorate. Unfortunately, the replacement parts are no longer available, and the reproduction fiberglass copies do not fit too well. […]
Mark was working on a special bodied Maserati that was missing its drip rail above the side windows. He fabricated the drip rail with brass flat stock, carefully following the contour of the steel drip rail below. Bending the trim […]
Welcome to the Panel Shop Blog. There’s always an interesting project at the shop, and we’ll share some of them with you as we make progress on each car. Mark Barton… …and Steve Hall joined forces after working for Aston […]