Custom & Bespoke Projects

Custom Work November 2023

By Gordon Furness | November 5, 2023

Some examples of recent work Classic truck sump repair The sump needed repairing due to rust holes and damage, unfortunately a previous repair of plating over the top did not work so it was decided to replace the whole cap with new. Made with 2mm thick steel, it took some forming, but fitted well with…

Custom Dash Boards

By Gordon Furness | November 5, 2023

Some examples of recent customised dash boards Flat dash set cut for Halda’s and lots of gauges   Modified Sport dash for rally car with switch module   Fuse panel for a rally car to sit in the dash area for easy access    

Defender 130 Hi Capacity Solid Aluminium Canopy

By Gordon Furness | August 16, 2022

Not liking the current offerings on the market I built this, trying to emulate the look of the canvas back in shape by radiusing the corners.

Partial Dash for a 1275GT Works Replica

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Original style dash is one piece, where as here it is made in three units to allow easier access behind. Aluminium and customer finished

Land Rover Series 2a or 3 Double Battery Box

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Land Rover series 2a or 3 double battery box – allows two batteries to be fitted under the left hand seat. Made from 2mm Aluminium

Land Rover Defender Shortwave/CB Radio Mount

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Land Rover Defender shortwave/CB radio mount. This fits in the cup holders compartment.

Switch Brackets to Mount Below Dash

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Switch brackets to mount below dash rail, starter push and battery isolator/cutout – steel, customer finished.

Stainless Steel Heavy Duty Hand Brake Cable

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Made from marine grade stainless cable, to go on Nomad kitcar.

Early Style Lamp Bracket for TMO Replica

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Made from steel, customer finished.

Hub Drive for the TMO Replica

By Gordon Furness | August 15, 2022

Fully operational to take a trip drive from the rear hub.