A new load of quality sheetmetal arrived

Every month we get at least one 40ft container of our top quality weld through primer sheetmetal, this month was no exception…

Some cool new items, what will be featured soon on our Friday Product update, but first…. unpack…:)


Container loaded to USA

Shippers supplied a 40ft instead of a 20ft so we had plenty of place for the speedster and the scooter to ship to USA, nice view uh? Who leads the pack???…:)


Is Bob’s speedster sold??? No, it just goes on a West Coast Holiday! Follow our blog and join in for that adventure in a couple of weeks from now…

Pick up of a 1959 Double cab

I talked with the guys from this double cab for a while… so nice hidden under their carports…

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Ok the deal was made, so let’s pull it out…

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and on to the trailer!! Come on Baby a new life is awaiting you!

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Cool! even on this small picture You see the Seemed side gate!! the other gates are in the car… as are the doors…:)

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I wrapped it up , but that didn’t work that well, although i must agree it looked cool!…:)

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So I towed it home without wrap…:) This baby is for sale, it is cheap, especially for what it is, but this early (Dec 1959) You will not find many!! It needs all the welding and comes already with some new strong metal parts for the chassis!

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Ok starting the big trek South now, Two more stops, are you comin’ along?

Out of the old box….

Many years ago I was pictured with my then distributors on the island of Corsica…Christophe and Marie Antoinette….

Left You see my beetle “The Bugweiser” I drove it all over Europe to establish my business!

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Those where the days!

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From Phoenix Arizona to Reno Nevada

Yesterday morning I visited two companies in Phoenix, one highly specialised in competition off-road cars, the other one building replica Porsche speedsters…

First the competition guys… this shop is led by a former Nascar Champion and a multiple award engine builder who made engines for the Penske team, and many others…

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The shop was very impressive with loads of “big” machinery!

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They fabricate a lot of parts and build all nicely together!!

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They even have a four-wheel drive dyno, the only one in the Phoenix area as they told me…

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They have two¬† dyno’s for motorcycles and ATV’s, the ATV competition market is huge for them!

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The outside parking lot looked almost like a starting grid!

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From there I drove to a company that bought a speedster replica factory in California, and moved it to Arizona… real nice speedsters! exported all over the world… this one goes to Croatia…

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They build 1,5 to 2 cars a week..; a whole task…

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In the building next door the owner housed his private collection of incredible nice American iron!

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Around lunch time I left for Reno a full 12hr trip… with an extra 1,5 hrs delay in las Vegas because there was a crash in a road work….:(

Arizona is full of cactus as I told You yesterday… they’re about everywhere…:)

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Hitting Nevada, at the Hoover dam, no time to stop sorry….:(

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Soon after the traffic que in Vegas the sun went down and all went dark… I drove through the night, sad I can’t show You pictures from my favourite Highway 95 with very cool old places like Goldfield en Tonopah… maybe next time…:) so stay tuned!