Graeme Ire­land Clas­sic Car Restora­tions

New Zealand Classic Car - - Advertising Feature -

Fol­low­ing a suc­cess­ful 15-year stint in Auck­land, Graeme Ire­land Clas­sic Car Restora­tions made the bold move to Cam­bridge a few years ago and hasn’t looked back since.

Graeme and his team do the ut­most to cater to their clients, en­sur­ing that the end re­sult is the best they can pro­duce, and his sim­ple de­sire is to put a smile on his cus­tomers’ faces. He prides him­self on his shop’s at­ten­tion to de­tail and en­joys get­ting to know all his cus­tomers and build­ing rap­port and friend­ships with those who walk into the shop.

You may rec­og­nize the name, as, un­der its pre­vi­ous ti­tle, Graeme Ire­land Panel­beat­ers, the business has fea­tured in the magazine be­fore, in ar­ti­cles cov­er­ing work on many makes and mod­els, all de­signed to give cus­tomers the end re­sult they wanted to achieve within their bud­get.

Graeme Ire­land Clas­sic Car also has the abil­ity and ex­per­tise to form new pan­els when needed, which is of­ten the case given the state of many older clas­sics.

Re­cent restora­tions of a ’65 Chev Bis­cayne, 1984 Land Cruiser, Rover 110, and an Austin A40 ute can be seen by vis­it­ing the web­site, car­restora­tions.co.nz.

Graeme Ire­land has been in the trade for al­most 40 years and has ex­pe­ri­ence in New Zealand and in the UK, the home of many of the cars he now prides him­self on achiev­ing fan­tas­tic restora­tion re­sults with.

Graeme sim­ply loves metal, and, as well as work­ing on clas­sics, cus­toms, and V8s, loves to do met­al­work on mod­ern cars. All metal, no glass!

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