Their restoration process consists of eight steps, first assessing the car, checking if it has all its original parts, verifying the correspondence between the chassis number and the engine number. The second step is disassembly, Bottini completely strips the car, catalogues every part and finds out what possibly needs changing. The third step is Thermo Painting: each part of the chassis/bodywork complex in which every single part is processed through the sole use of heat. The paint is incinerated in a special oven without the treated pieces undergoing dimensional or mechanical alterations.
The fourth step is tinnerwork: Where Bottini does the metalwork needed. Afterwards comes the fifth step, preparation for the painting, After the application of a product against the „blooming“ of the metal, essential for protection from atmospheric agents, the bodywork of the car is carefully finished to make the surfaces perfectly homogeneous, before the application of a primer which will receive the final paint. Sixth step is Painting, which takes place in the oven at a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius for approximately 30 minutes. The seventh step is Interior restoration. The eighth and final step is the reassembly, where they put the car together again, now as good as new.
Bottini has documented the whole restoration process of this beautiful 911 SWB, Pictures available on request.
A chance to purchase a classic 911 in new condition, since its restoration it has rolled a
mere 3500 km. The car can be viewed in our Uppsala showroom. A full list of the executed work, as well as history, pictures and videos can be sent in case of serious interest. Do not hesitate to get in touch.