Welcome to the Karmann Ghia Specialists
Welcome to the Karmann Ghia specialists in classic Volkswagen Karmann Ghia restorations.
We offer a dedicated service to all Volkswagen Karmann Ghia enthusiasts. We offer a very reliable classic car repair service throughout the London area and we are also in the business of selling restored Karmann Ghia's throughout the UK and occasionally in Europe.
Our survival today is testament to our years of commitment to our customers, our service levels and our passion for one of the most beautiful and prestigious classic cars of all time.
Please be sure to let us know what we can do to help you.We believe there is no substitute for personal, friendly and honest advice. We will always look forward to discussing any queries you have over the telephone.
Above all, as Karmann Ghia specialists, we understand that living with a Karmann Ghia is not just ownership, it's a relationship, and we believe that our relationship can be shared with other enthusiast's.
Parts & Services
As Karmann Ghia specialists our main area of expertise is Karmann Ghia restorations and in turn, reintroducing the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia back onto the road.
Our service entails body work fabrication, repair and interior restoration. All the work carried out is to a high standard, nothing is short of perfection when it comes to our Karmann Ghia restorations.
We pride ourselves in making sure that every aspect of the vehicle is in top form and meets all required standards. Why not enquire about viewing one of our Karmann Ghia models today...read more
As well as our Karmann Ghia restorations service, we also supply bodywork and parts. Please contact us for more information.
History of the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
The Volkswagen Karmann Ghia first made an appearance when it was introduced by its parent company Volkswagen; originally the car was dubbed as the Karmann Ghia Coupe and made its main appearance at the Kasino Hotel in Westfalia, Germany.
Eventually after the Second World War the European car industry came to life, Volkswagen was working on a vehicle to accompany its already simple, yet successful VW "Bug" or otherwise modernly known as the VW "Beetle".
Volkswagen wasn't the only company to be on the search for a flagship car. Around that time (Early 1950's) Chevrolet had release their sporty "Corvette" and Ford its "Thunderbird". Chrysler was...read more