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Not everything's a full resto but all bodywork is undertaken to the highest standards.  Best way to get an idea is to browse the following pics of recent customer restorations and give me a call to discuss your requirements.

Paul Draffans Devon Moonraker finally getting some paint on,after some serious metal work this 79 bus was one rotter but now its  finished and its first outing was at the Volksworld Show 2012

Just reciving its candy coat orange prior to being fully laquered,this is going to be one detailed bus

Our top team of body men, Jamie  and Stephen can turn your battered old bus into a super straight shiny show stopper!



Above is our very own project Westfalia 1970 Bay Window.Recently imported from France it looks a bit rough but is in fact very very sloid so were giving it a full resto and will be putting it for sale hopefully before spring 2012.Its going to be one of our usual top draw no corners cut resto's with all mechanical parts fully rebuilt and a brand new interior.Keep an eye on it here or if your are interested in owning it or having it finished to your spec please call for more details

You want detail !you've got it, we might be small but we do a good job!




Above Pete Haydens 1965 show stopper Split Screen,first show took best in show and van the public would most like to take home ,this is what can be achieved with a bit of patients and some hard graft and about 18 months to spare !all work carried out in house by the team  , has also been featured in volksworld who called it the best looking split in the UK!

We can cater for even the most rotten bus you can find ,we never turn any job down  our skill in welding and fabrication is second to none we work to the highest standard and Simon our main welder is the best around

we dont just do bays and splits we cater for all vw transpoters,heres Dave Coltmans kawasaki green bus with a subtle spin drift effect which you can see when it catches the sunlight !!!

its not just buses, we have a passion for all things air cooled and some water klinkers too (occasionally)like the K70 below which was vw's first ever water cooled car.

I built this nearly 10 years ago  apparantly these are cool now! ,where have you all been:)


the only way to ensure all the rust is gone is a complete strip down

fresh out the paint booth rerady for the long hard rebuild

Above just finished Steve Cluers 1971 SA import full body and mechanical restoration which was featured in volks world





Above Andy Smiths 72 rhd now finished full body resto  which appeared at the volks world show in March ,and has since gone on to win almost 20 trophies this year alone if you ever see this van or Andy have a chat with him he'll tel lyou all about it and us you could'nt wish to meet a nicer fellow



Above 1974  westy bay for Bill Mitchell sourced and fully restored to the highest standard here at Johnson autoworks as featured in  volks world bus and camper

Freshly painted 1967 panel van for my friend and partner of the Bus stop over show Andy at VW Curtains this is to be there company van look out for it at the shows! 

this is how toms bus looked when  it arrived    with us now check it out below        "we have    the technology"  see it below finished

1966 11 window on  VW south african period wheels  Restored in 2004 for the Smith family one cool looking bus if may say so myself

Recently Finished 1966  Devon Camper restoerd to original spec and still on 6 volt

This is the interior which  only needed a good clean   up a very rare find today indeed

Below this bay belongs to Simon Jags and has recieved a full body resto and has to be one of the cleanest RHD westy continentals aroud look out in volks world  for a feature and at all the shows



1979 Single Cab just finished in  time for The  utterly Vedubberly show (nice name) in October 2005 this is to be our works runabout all though now know one will dare drive it I wonder who will be the  first to scratch it





 
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