Thinking of building your own individual special?
So !! Click on the pictures for more details.
1 Jurgen's inspiration, ( lives in Sweden ) this lovely Aston, 1938 “Type C”.
2 A Chassis package ready to leave its manufacture from Dwornik Engineering in Oxford UK.
3 The beginnings,( a Very good start I might say ) the bodywork is starting to be constructed.
Jurgen`s comments about his project.
Having built a Fury Kit Car and had it on the road since 2003, I eventually started to itch for something more.
I realized that my hankering and my ambition was two fold. I really wanted to build a car of my own design and I really wanted to learn how to shape and form sheet metal into panels of my own design.
Having no training or professional experience in engineering, the obvious road (pun intended) to my goal was to bye what was, or could be assembled to be, a functional rolling chassis. I also knew I wanted a traditional ladder frame chassis for the simple reason of having fully opening doors and easy access. I also soon decided that I wanted to build a 1930: ish roadster and looking at KitCar replicas from that era soon found Toni's Vincent.
It looked the ticket for me so Toni sold me a rolling chassis complete with rear axle. By that time I had also decided I wanted a Triumph straight six so Toni found me one and all of this arrived at my door around Christmas 2010.
What a gift for a Petrolhead.