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Bentley Continental GTC

BRIEF

Our craftsmen trimmed the seat centres of this Bentley for our customer to match that of the Mulliner version using perforated leather in the seat centres, twin quilting large diamonds and adding the embroidered Bentley wings in to the top of seat centres. The customer chose to do the stitching in blue to lift what was a very boring-looking interior to stand out amongst any of the others.

Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead

BRIEF

Our craftsmen were asked to provide the customer with a special one-off bespoke trim, to be fresh and modern with a “certain style” to match the body kit and wheels that were also being fitted to the car. Our customer chose a leather finish with his own twin quilt design with and custom embroidery. This car with the roof down had to create a big impression to demonstrate that a lot of one-off work had been carried out to make it unique.

SPECIFICATION

  • Claret Red leather
  • Full retrim to front and rear seats, headrests and door arms
  • Bespoke twin quilt centres with piping added to front and rear cushions
  • Custom embroidered headrests

Ferrari F430

McLaren 675LT

Renault Twingo

Not the normal work for our craftsmen – but nevertheless a very special project.

Renault asked us to assist with the build of a one-off Renault Twingo to launch the new face-lifted model. Renault gave a celebrity in England, France, Germany and Italy one each to create a day in the life. England was represented by Nicola Roberts of Girls Aloud fame, who chose exactly what she wanted to be put into her car with the aid of one of our designers . Spending time in the studio and concentrating on her fashion and make-up range, these were all to be included within the build. We were given only a short deadline of a week and a half to complete before the car was launched in Renault’s showroom.

This was featured in a Renault European Tour

SPECIFICATION

Interior trimmed in grained white leather, white ostrich print vinyl and white alcantara.
Full custom dash to include the Nicola Roberts ‘dainty doll’ make-up range
Rear of car removed and built into this a recording studio with covers of vogue magazine and a coffee machine with visual displays of her music album and interests in fashion and jewellery.