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I'm VERY pleased with o'l mates workmanship - the consoles now look almost new!

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Got a few details from Les Collins as to the progress of the mechanical parts of the project. 

Firstly I must say, Les is a gentleman to deal with, and very particular about what makes for a good performing zed. I have no hesitation in recommending him and would absolutely go with him again for a zed project. 

 

Attached below are are some of the works completed and hours put on my engine. Photos hopefully coming soon of the actual finished products.

(Prices removed for confidentiality)

 

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That's why he's the best, no stone left unturned and people wonder why a good restored car should cost big $$$. It's because to do it right requires a lot of man hours, expertise etc..

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