One of the many critical stages of a full Concours-level restoration is the disassembly phase. The pre-purchase inspection is key to gain a sense of the car’s overall condition, history and level of authenticity/originality, but the disassembly phase allows us to inspect each part in detail, assess its condition and begin forming a plan before reconditioning each part to its original finish.
Our restoration team has been hard at work this week on the teardown of this 1964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet has been stripped down to its bare body and each component has been cataloged. Each component will be stripped and prepared for its correct finish- whether it be paint or plating.
In this video, our Restoration Project Manager Udo takes a few minutes to share the components removed from the 1964 Carrera 2 Cabriolet that we will be restoring.