Automobile restoration is the process of repairing the degraded aspect of a car to return it to an overall “authentic” condition. To renovate a car without updating or upgrading it by keeping in line with how it would have appeared when first offered for sale. Non-factory paint codes and even paint schemes, interior and chrome trim of the time period may be used if they were commonly shared between similar models of the era so as to look the part. Many restored cars may lose their original engines and have a similar capacity or model related engine installed.
Gerber Motorsport technicians have over 100 years of combined experience. Specializing in complete restorations of Porsche and other fine European road and race cars from the ground up, our specialists can restore your prized possession to its original glory. Our craftsmen have access to historical data, which allow us to reproduce a vehicle to its original specification. In addition Gerber Motorsport also works with a worldwide network of model specialists and historians to ensure the most accurate information is utilized when restoring your vehicle. We know exactly the fashion in which parts were installed and the oddities such as overspray areas and applications. Gerber Motorsport also works to ensure restorations meet exact standards.
For more modern race and road cars, our specialists are skilled in aluminum fabrication welding as well as carbon fiber and monocoque chassis repair such as on the Carrera GT, RS Spyder, and 918 Spyder. Note: All Carbon monocoque damage from impact will require complete replacement. Gerber Motorsport fabricators can create mild steel and aluminum tubing for suspension components and build complete roll cages.
Gerber Motorsport specializes in the following areas:
Additionally, we sublet out these services to local professionals that we have trusted and used for years: