About Us


 Well were do I start. As I have mentioned  above briefly, I began the early part of my life working on Triumph cars as an apprentice, and that was well over 30 years ago, and here I am right now still working on them with just as much passion after all these years !

Obviously as a company we have to work hard

and make a living from what we do, but how many people these days can honestly say that they enjoy there day to day jobs, not many I suspect. I can say with my hand on my heart that I don't dread starting work again on a Monday morning and still enjoy my work which 

is essential to pay the everyday bills but I also enjoy the Triumph scene meeting other enthusiasts and attending shows etc. 

 On the mainland we previously got involved in

 full restorations and major repairs as well as routine servicing, but since moving to the Island we prefere to keep things a little more laid back.

Our main preference now is to supply mainly new but also used parts on a fast mail order basis. We are more than happy to deliver any parts ordered free of charge on the Island. We offer a collection service but by appointment only. It's always good to meet our customers.

 We specialise mainly on Herald, Vitesse and  Spitfires but have a comprehensive stock of other Triumph parts ,so feel free to contact us for any parts or advise. We undertake light workshop repairs, servicing, fitting of bushes pressed in or out and the removal of those nasty hubs on drive shafts where we can fit new bearings for you. We also offer on an exchange basis, suspension arms, stripped and sprayed to factory spec and fitted with standard bushes or uprated to Polyurethane bushes if required. Steering racks also seem to be a problem when the dreaded MOT comes up, we can overhaul yours, and they are returned with new gaiters

and again sprayed in black to show spec. 

Our Services


​- New And Used Triumph Parts 

- Ignition Tune Up Kits

- Engine Water Hoses And Clips

- Suspension Bushes

- Steering Components

- Brake Components

- Exhaust Systems And Manifolds

- Electrical Switchgear

- Hoods Carpets And Body Trim

- Body Fasteners And Clips

- Door / Boot And Window Rubbers

- Chrome Plating

- Powder Coating

- Reconditioned Carberettors

- Engine Performance Upgrades

- LED Light Bulb Conversion Kits

- Reconditioned Engines

- Vehicle Servicing And Tuning

- If there are any parts or services

  not listed above, please feel free to 

  contact us and we will do our

  best to help you., if we can't we will

  point you in the right direction.

- Free Advise And Quotations

Hi and welcome to our new website. We are a small friendly Family owned business and have         worked with Triumph Cars for well over 30 years, so we know our product. We have previously been trading on the mainland successfully with our worldwide mail order parts service, undertaking servicing and repairs, and complete car restorations. As the proprietor, for your information and peace of mind, I originally served an apprenticeship as a motor technician working with a British Leyland main dealer which in it's day as you are probably aware covered all the Triumph models along with other great British makes of cars. We are currently in the process of moving our company to  the Island, so as you can imagine we are in a bit of a pickle right now but please don't let that put you off. We will still be able to help you during this time with any parts you may be looking to buy  urgently or indeed any technical help or advise. Feel free to contact us whatever your needs for any purchases, help or advise with maybe your project car or a car you may wish to buy as your dream.


 Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

 Saturday -  9.00 am - 1.00 pm

 Telephone  07486 486412

 Wootton Bridge

 Isle Of Wight


We can now also supply parts for the makes below at very competitive prices

Page  TeTelephone or email us with your enquiryC Title

 Mini - Jaguar - Morris Minor - MG - Austin Healey

 We use and highly recommend Island Valeting click on there website below !

             Below is an edit of some of the pics featured in a classic car magazine                          demonstrating me working on a Triumph Herald for a routine service