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Our Restorations Process

Whether it’s a back to bare metal restoration or a careful preservation project, Bell Sport & Classic has the skill and experience to deliver to the highest level. Our work is carried out to the very highest standards – it’s the quality of workmanship, the accuracy of fit, the authenticity of the ‘look and feel’ that is poured back into the car that sets our projects apart.

Our team are skilled in period techniques used by specialist car makers like Ferrari, Aston Martin and Maserati. Our craftsmen are experts in hand-forming and finishing panels using tools and techniques that are fast becoming lost skills, and we are proud that the quality of our restoration work meets Ferrari Classiche standards. Enough said…

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Current Restorations

1971 FERRARI 365 GTB/4

Grigio Scuro (originally Argento Auteuil) with Nero leather and Dark Blue Scur carpets, light grey roof lining, air-conditioning.

The Ferrari Daytona epitomised the drama and flamboyance of the era (1970s) and this example in particular comes with an association to two very different but equally interesting owners who defined the spirit and sounds of the period.

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1965 FERRARI 275

The Ferrari 275 GTB is one of the most beautiful Ferrari’s ever made. It is the ultimate dual-purpose Ferrari – fast on the track and on rallies but equally drivable to the movie theatre or opera.

Considered a very influential car for its styling, many more modern Ferraris and even cars from other makes have adopted some of the styling cues such as the long bonnet and teardrop glasshouse design.

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Past Restorations
Ferrari 330 GTC
An exquisite, Concours winning restoration
Wednesday 6th October 2021
Ferrari Dino L-Series
One of the first Ferrari 246 Dinos made
Thursday 16th September 2021
Ferrari 330 GT
Matching numbers example of Enzo’s favourite Ferrari First registered in the UK in March 1965, this right-hand drive, European spec, quad-headlight Ferrari 330 GT had covered just 81,000 miles before the start of a long-term restoration programme. Authentic to its original specification, the car has been refinished in Celeste, a…
Friday 6th November 2020

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