The engine frames, or “Eiffel-towers” as they are called in France, are a critical part of the integrity and strength of the car as designed. They will be replaced straight away with reinforced units which will improve road holding significantly.
Several trial fittings are made to ensure that the shell and all panels fit the best possible way and that the continuity of the body lines is respected. When we are satisfied with panel fit, it is the turn of the chrome elements and trim to be tested and adjusted.
The body is again taken apart and it all goes into paint preparation. The Eiffel-towers, the bonnet and major body elements are painted separately, inside and out before being reassembled. Once complete the body is buffed for a perfect finish.
From a technical and mechanical point of view, RetroRoadster proposes multiple options aimed at improving reliability and performance. We will guide and help you choose depending on the use you intend to make of the car.