’66 Triumph T4 Restoration
When this diamond in the rough arrived, it was sporting a metallic green 70′s cop show paint job. The client wanted a more original authentic look to this classic sports car and decided to go with one of my favorite colors “Wedgwood Blue” code 26, which shows off the sporty curves of this beauty.
Upon removing the doors, hood and trunk lid we discovered rusted out sections from lack of weather-stripping, we did the necessary repairs, then began our next phase after the car was put back together the weather-stripping was supplied by Victoria British Ltd.
Next we worked getting the wire wheels in shape, soda blasted then powdercoated a brilliant silver, we had Moss Motors help us out with the interior hardware then let our boys at Zuniga’s take care of the upholstery, which turned out amazing! Those Zenith Stromberg carburetors were pretty tricky,but after they were rebuilt we were able to dial them in, smooth as glass!