|8th March 2014|
A selection of customers pride and joys on the 12ft Model car ramp and lower down the page the Ezup car ramp
TVR Tuscan from mid WalesThis TVR owners club purchased the ramps not so much to work on the car, but as to protect it from our variable British climate.
Please view second picture down to see why!
This is a Tuscun S 2003 model with the TVR factory built 4.2 400hp engine.
Flood !When the rain eventully stopped there was close to sixteen inches of water in the garage.
Luckly the car was removed from the garage long before this picture was taken and suffered no water damage.
Now the car is permanently stored on the ramps, tread to ground height of 25in / 63.5cm. to aid piece of mind.
Customer from Edinburgh, with nice 928S, also owns a Volvo V70 T5R and a huge american pickup truck.
Jaguar XKR from ShropshireWell cared for XKR convertable four litre supercharged, owned by Mr Lowe from Shropshire.
The car has had subtle engine, suspension and bodywork modifications all done by Paramount Performance Limited.
This car needed the additional four foot leadup ramps as ground clearence is lower than factory standard.
VW Camper van from CheshireVery rare VW Camper 23 window model, right hand drive, one of only 14 remaining worldwide.
Was once a European show winner!
Cobra kitcar built by Mr Graham from EssexAll the mechancal, electrical and paintwork was completed by the owner
Jowett Jupiter owned by a Mr Woodford near BathThis car was built in 1952 and are now quite rare. The body panels were hand crafted from aluminium, which is mounted on a very strong tubular chassis, probaly made by Brunel!
The engine is a flat four 1500cc, which is mounted in front of the radiator.
Sebring V8 from The Lake DistrictMr Harrison could not use a normal trolley jack to raise his car because of the low ground clearence issues.
The car has been featured in many kit car magazines and has won concour awards as well.
Austin Healey from SomersetMr Richards maintains all of his cars himself including a Porche 911 and a vintage hill climbing car.
A pair of 911's from Norwich.Owner has the classic air cooled and the later water cooled 911 to the right.
Hill Street Blues,1973 Pontiac Catalina 400 cu in from SurreyThis is a large beast at over 18 1/2 feet in length, 6 1/2 feet wide weighing in at two tons.
Carver One from SurreyIf you live in Surrey area you may well have seen this unique automobil on the roads.This is one of twenty two in the UK and this model also appeared on 'Top Gear' some years back.
Rover 2000 owned by Mrs Bates from KentMrs Bates is just as keen on cars as all us men and apart from her Rover 2000, she also has a lovely Austin Metropolitan.
Ford Focus RS from EssexWell cared for example, please note this variant required a drop in height of the ramps by 25mm due to the low ground clearence of the car.
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