Gentry Restorations is a family-owned, British business that specialises in the authentic restoration of vintage Bugattis. Integrity and passion are words that best describe the attitude of managing director - Stephen Gentry. Stephen has over 25 years of experience restoring vintage Bugattis to their former glory as sympathetically and authentically as possible.
Vintage Bugatti Restoration and Parts
In addition to Stephen, the company employs six engineers - three mechanical engineers in the workshop and three precision engineers in the machine shop. Between them, they have well over 100 years of Bugatti repair and restoration experience. Every project is undertaken with ultimate care and precision by these highly-trained and skilled mechanical and precision engineers.
The company works closely with every client. For all major repair and restoration projects, an initial assessment is made of the car which is catalogued and photographed. An agreed plan of action is then drawn-up, before any major repairs or restoration work begins.
Bugatti Parts - in order to successfully restore these iconic cars, access to the right parts and components is essential. For over 20 years, the company has made great investments in personnel, training, plant and machinery. The company has the right skill-sets not only to repair, but also manufacture, parts and components for all Bugatti model types. Many of these parts and components have previously been unobtainable. Over the years, the company has acquired a vast collection of original Bugatti factory drawings and when necessary, manufactures parts and components for customers, enthusiasts and other restorers from all over the world. To support this activity, the company has developed a dedicated 90-page pictorial parts catalogue. The catalogue highlights the parts and components that are available . To view the catalogue, please visit the parts section of this website. Alternatively, you can download it, along with our price list, by using the links below.
Gentry Restorations would like to say a special "thank you" to Julius Kruta and Theodor Barth for allowing the use of certain photographs within this website.
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