Chemically dipping our 1967 Jaguar E-Type shell

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

One for the future, our 1967 Jaguar E-Type shell will someday be reproduced into a complete car. At this stage no decisions have been made as to how the car will look but the shell has now been delivered to the guys at Prostrip in Nottingham to be chemically dipped before returning to us to be preserved for a future date.

Prostrip Automotive Restoration specialise in removing paint, rust and other contaminants from all types of vehicles and substrates involving steel and aluminium, ranging from classic cars to vintage motorcycles. Their vast in house facility ensures they have the correct and most cost effective process to suit your application.

Prostrip Ltd. has developed Pros-Strip™, a chemical dip process for the removal of paint, rust and under seal from complete car shells or individual panels. Its chemical formulation strips away contaminants from all internal and external areas.

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