If you need someone to help with improving interiors and leather seats, we can often return them to perfect condition. This technique is known as connolising, is more affordable than re-covering or re-trimming, and can add that extra something to your classic vehicle.
Classic car seats are often worn or damaged – especially driver seats. Even newer car leather interiors suffer from repeated rubbing or wear from passengers. Staining from clothes sometimes affects lighter coloured leather, and scratches caused by buttons or fastenings can have a negative impact.
We will match your colour using the latest techniques and use high quality leather coatings to bring your leather back to life and protected for years to come.
The business was established over ten years ago, providing a friendly and best value service to Jaguar, Rolls-Royce and Bentley owners. We are delighted to see all British Classics.
With our combination of practical, award-winning restoration know-how and good commercial experience, we are able to care for your Pride and Joy, leaving you with more quality time to enjoy your classic car.
We would be delighted to discuss your servicing, repair or restoration plans by phone or in person. We can advise on what is possible for your planned budget and prioritise accordingly.Contact us now
“I purchased my 1954 R Type Bentey thinking it was a good one but I was wrong. Without you and your capable staff the car would not now be such an enjoyable car to drive and own. The engine rebuild is making the car perform and sound as it did when new and the power steering was a great addition for driving such a large car (at my age). Many thanks for the work done by all at Pride & Joy.”
“Knowledgeable, professional and friendly service. Not the cheapest in town but they do the properly. I have owned my MGA for almost three years now and since pride and joy serviced it and set up the 123 electronic ignition (which nobody else seem to be able to do properly) it has run and started better than ever. They made every effort to get my old fuel gauge working properly and sorted out a tricky bad earth on an indicator lamp and even delivered the car back home to me.”