We have fabricated driving light assemblies for XKEs that recess into the front of the bonnet and are very efficient in operation. In fact, the XKEs original factory wire loom includes an extra wire incorporated into it for an auxiliary light system such as this. We are currently in the middle of preparing several assemblies for installation in various alloy and steel bodied bonnets of Series 1 XKEs. Please contact us if you would like to achieve this kind of sleek look for your E-Type.
You can change the color to any of the official Jaguar colors that were used by the factory
for the year of your car without receiving any deductions. Judges consider all of the "official" color schemes from the factory to be fully authentic.
Yes, we are very passionate with the Porsche marque, and just as with Jaguars we can perform rotisserie restorations on early 911, 356s, and 912s and many others. If you are interested in restoring the interior, we can trim the car in all of the completely authentic materials they came in, using period correct factory color charts. Our mechanical department is very proficient in these cars, and we have restored many over the years. We also have an excellent network of sources for very difficult and hard to find parts for these cars.
Good question. In the last year, we saw restored classic pickup trucks become highly sought after, as well as Ford Broncos and other interesting 4x4 vehicles. The market has also seen some higher performance Japanese imports like the Toyota Supra and other Turbo models (that in some cases were never for sale in the United States) until now. As such, these cars
are starting to bring in big dollars.