This meant taking the car apart completely, then stripping the body to bare metal. This stripping was done by hand. Then an assessment was made of what parts needed to be replaced by NOS parts and where patches of metal were going to be welded in place. Much attention was given to originality. And therefore where possible NOS parts were used.
Thereafter the body was primed and painted. The aim was to have a final paint thickness that would be the same as the factory finish.
In the workshop the different mechanical parts were taken apart, restored, repainted, plated and build together again. The interior was send off to an upholster who worked for 40 years in Porsche’s upholstery department (In his time at Porsche he was responsible for quite some interiors, like this 1975 Turbo). As the interior was a combination of leather and tartan, it was an utterly difficult task to get it right again. The exact texture of the tartan was searched, found an stitched together. The tartan stripes needed to run in straight lines over the seats and the door panels. Our mechanics did reinstall the original leather bordered carpets, the door panels, the seats etc… The interior does look as it came out of the factory some 41 years ago.