Gentry Restorations Launches New Website with Parts Catalogue and Price List
Gentry Restorations Launches New Website with Comprehensive Vintage Bugatti Parts Catalogue and Price List
Bugatti specialists Gentry Restorations Ltd has launched its new website featuring its new user-friendly and comprehensive parts catalogue and price list.
The new 54-page parts catalogue highlights the most commonly required Bugatti spares – just over 600-line items. These are the parts that are normally immediately available from stock at the Gentry Restorations parts department. In total, the parts department is responsible for over 4000 individual line items and just over 1000 of these are manufactured in-house by the engineers employed within the company’s own machine shop. The new, user-friendly parts catalogue is divided alphabetically into 15 major component sections from ‘Braking’ to ‘Wheels and Hubs’. The ‘Engine’ section of the catalogue is also divided alphabetically into 12 sub-sections from ‘Crankshaft and Con Rods’ to ‘Water Pump and Cooling System’.
The new catalogue and price list can be viewed on-line and both are available to download and print.
The new reactive site can be easily accessed and read from both hand-held, mobile devices as well as traditional desk-tops. Additional new elements of the site feature restoration projects on non-Bugatti vintage cars, a PowerPoint presentation portraying a start-to-finish project to build a replica Type 57G streamlined ‘Tank’ bodied Bugatti; plus, the introduction of the company’s new storage and vehicle transportation services.
Commenting on the new website Stephen Gentry, joint managing director said; “We have made a substantial investment in our new website and tried to make it as user-friendly as possible. The parts catalogue is very detailed with hundreds of clear photographic references. In accordance with our open and honest policy, it's very easy for customers to check out our parts prices. We all know from personal experience how frustrating it is to visit a website and find exactly what you're looking for. But then you have to make a phone call or send an email to establish exactly how much the item is going to cost."