Our Road To Restoration

Take a moment to admire the before and after images from a selection of our previous full restoration projects.
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Austin Healey Sprite Mk 3 
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Austin Healey (Frogeye) Sprite Mk1

This pretty 1958 original UK car had been off the road since at least 1976 and in a sorry state after what looked like the beginnings of some very rough attempts to restore it. It was then left abandoned prior to its arrival at Mortons Classic Cars whereupon a full ground up restoration was undertaken.

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Austin Healey Sprite Mk 4

This 1967 Austin Healey Sprite is an original matching numbers car which was subjected to a full nut and bolt restoration with just a few tasteful minor upgrades added at the request of the client.  

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Triumph Spitfire 1500

This 1975 Triumph had been in the same family for its last 15 years which included a long spell stored away in a garage awaiting restoration.  The car finally arrived at Mortons Classic Cars where it was given a comprehensive and detailed restoration bringing it back to its former glory.

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Ford Escort Mexico Mk1 

This 1974 Ford Escort mk1 Mexico has been in same ownership since the 1980's but sadly due to excessive rust and corrosion the car was stored away in a garage. However after 30 years off the road we are pleased to say this iconic car has now recently arrived with ourselves for a full restoration of its bodywork including repaint in its original green colour on behalf of the client.

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Austin Healey Sprite Mk 3 

This1965 Austin Healey Sprite has just been subjected to a full bare metal, ground up restoration Click on the link " View More" to see some of the work undertaken or altenatively for more detailed information on the restoration of this car, please visit our Facebook page.

                                    

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Austin Healey (Frogeye) Sprite Mk1

This pretty 1958 original UK car had been off the road since at least 1976 and in a sorry state after what looked like the beginnings of some very rough attempts to restore it. It was then left abandoned prior to its arrival at Mortons Classic Cars whereupon a full ground up restoration was undertaken.

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Austin Healey Sprite Mk 4

This 1967 Austin Healey Sprite is an original matching numbers car which was subjected to a full nut and bolt restoration with just a few tasteful minor upgrades added at the request of the client.  

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Triumph Spitfire 1500

This 1975 Triumph had been in the same family for its last 15 years which included a long spell stored away in a garage awaiting restoration.  The car finally arrived at Mortons Classic Cars where it was given a comprehensive and detailed restoration bringing it back to its former glory.