Restoration Process

Restoration Process

EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR ACCESSORIES All No categories Lift Kit Tow Bar Exhaust Muffler Underbody Protection Off-road Winch Side Steps Roof Rack Off Road Lights Suspension System Sunroof System Roll Cage Brake System Rims

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INTERIOR

INTERIOR ACCESSORIES All No categories Power Window Power Locks Seats Heater & Cooler Steering Wheel Wireless Charger Rear Backup Camera skylight headligner Bags Sound System Multimedia

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Accessories

We start by dismantling the vehicle to be restored and subject it to a detailed examination by our technical team. One of the most important aspects we pay attention to is ensuring that the vehicle has not suffered from corrosion, been involved in accidents, incurred damage, or been subjected to heavy off-road use. We do not prefer chassis that do not meet these conditions.

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Wood Shop

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Interior Trims

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Carpeting

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