The list of historic cars restored, repaired, recommissioned and recreated by Jim Stokes Workshops is virtually a who’s who of automotive legends.
From Aston Martins to Zagato Alfas, they have all received the same passionate attention to detail and fanatical engineering quality that ensures they continue to delight their owners.
These are just a handful of the recent projects that we have undertaken.
From a discovered collection of new parts from the legendary Portello factory, to a reborn Alfetta 158 grand prix car. Years in the making and using all of JSWL’s experience and skill this almost mythical car is ready to astonish spectators just as it would have done over 60 years ago. Combining the talents of JSWL, TripleM and South Shore the Jim Stokes Workshops Group has created a work of art. One that just happens to be the most successful grand prix car of all time.
An incredibly popular car from a legendary era of sports racing cars, the Tipo 33 'Periscopica' features a 2ltr V8 engine, magnesium front structure and innovative large diameter chassis that doubles as the fuel tank. These cars were primarily built for the great continental road races such as the Targa Florio and the famous hillclimbs that were so popular and attracted not just the works cars but also the big name drivers. JSWL has rebuilt this car for an existing client and has involved both TripleM and South Shore Coachworks divisions of the Jim Stokes Workshops Group.
With a connection to one of the great names of British endevour, the Donald Campbell 'Bluebird' AC Aceca has been a truly special car to restore. Requiring complete renovation of the body before being painted in the legendary 'Bluebird' blue, our coachworks division (South Shore Coachworks) have revived a piece of British history.