Our new business venture in Hamilton, take a look at some snippets from our first newsletter….
terapaautoelectrical.co.nz Note, the website is still to be updated, but you get the idea….)
Very exciting times for us here at Wellington European, taking on another business in another location, a great new challenge for us and we see both businesses will complement each other and add to the services offered in both locations.
Great little mini in the shop for a very minor repair, but brought back some fond memories of working on, modifying, tinkering, racing and navigating these great little machines.
Brand new TypeR Honda getting a full miltek system.
OIh, and some intake work too….
Jaguar Etype for sale, exclusively at Wellington European. Selling on behalf, only advertised for a short time while car is between storage locations, can be viewed by appointment at Wellington European, 6 King Street, Wellington. (off the market again end of May 2018)
1970 Jaguar E-Type 2+2
This is a very orignal car and comes with all of the original shipping and purchase agreement documentation.
Un-restored and mostly original car..
British Car day Feb 2018
135 BMW down pipe install, great kit supplied by the customer, very tight fit, a bit fiddly to get it in but looks and sounds great.
Above and below shows just how close this install is. Only mm’s clearance from bolt heads etc, what a squeeze!
Lotus Evora visits Wellington European
Not the first Evora we’ve seen and hopefully not the last. Super cool little sports car getting a check over…
Want more boost?!
Customer supplied this kit which included the shorter drive belt. The replacement reduction drive pulley has a chuck style locking mechanism allowing it to be fitted in place, however no room for conventional pullers to get the old pulley off. Quite a lot of work required to strip back and lift the engine to a height to fit the Cravenspeed pulley puller…..
Clever little tool, likely only suitable for this job unlike the various multi fit tools out there. Couldn’t do the job without it though.
Below, used the old belt to hold the new pulley in place while locating and tightening into position. An old technique for a new job and it work, not recommended on a new belt!! This is the old and now redundant belt (Phew)..
Ummmm, looks worse that is really is, bonnet up, guard liner folded away, super charger down there somewhere!!
Warranty to the rescue. Engine had horrendous clatter on start up. Required a modification to the oil supply for the variators. Variators were replaced and modifications were completed in the USA. Nice to have it up and running again
Project Rusty’s has a huge FB following and it was great to have an opportunity to help with the build and assist with the finishing work to get the WOF sorted..
Below, day 1 with the new signage on the building, great to have a classy classic for the first photo
Whats better that one hotrod?? Two!!! Very rare RS2 having a visit..
New WOF, New WEEU lube sticker, time to hit the road!!
These are becoming a regular occurrence. doesn’t make them any easier to get on a 2 poster hoist but we still enjoy having them…. WEEU !
Don’t think these wheels will fit…..