Testimonials

I was impressed by QBCC having visited them initially as part of a car club trip. Examples of their work looked very good and discussing options with Paul and Rod (who visited me and the MGC early in the process) built up my confidence to the point where I chose to give them the job.

Rod and Dennis did a superb job. I had achieved good (better than new) panel gaps on doors, wings and bonnet but they still managed to improve on one or two of these slightly. Dennis also made a fine job of repairing the leading edge of the bonnet where some corrosion became apparent after the paint was fully removed. Their attention to detail was very good with the degree work carried out and the masking of already completed components exactly as we had discussed.

John Barrott - MGC

Read more about John’s experience and see the before & after photos by clicking HERE

Miles Falla – London Taxicab

“I am the owner of a restored 1936 ex-London Taxicab. Late last year it developed severe electrical problems – Burnt out coil, non-working starter motor, indicators and ignition switch! A search online brought me to QBCC. Stephen and Paul came to my home and spent hours working their way through the many faults! All have now been resolved, including sourcing a replacement ignition switch. Thank you QBCC – a great job!”

Adi Darlow – Daimler Db18

“A big thank you to all at Quest Brothers for getting my classic back on the road. The staff were passionate and caring for my classic car, which you wouldn’t get from a normal garage.”

Graeme Clark – Chevrolet Camaro

“My experience with QBCC has been fantastic. They are friendly, informative and have fixed up my Camaro on multiple occasions, you can tell they are genuinely passionate about what they do. I also use QBCC to store my car which is great for when winter comes around. They are also very flexible in allowing me to retrieve my car at a moments notice. I would thoroughly recommend them to anybody.” 

Mark Swetnam – Ford Capri

“Quest Brothers has serviced and maintained my Ford Capri for the past three years.  The car has had major service work done on the brakes including replacing all the pipes, discs, master cylinder and servo.  In 2016 the car underwent a major restoration of the bodywork by Dennis which included extensive welding repairs to inner wings, valance and scuttle panel, using genuine second-hand Ford parts.

The QBCC team are fantastic and offer a friendly custom service at a very reasonable cost.  You are welcomed into the workshop, kept up to date, and they always go that extra mile.  I can highly recommend them to look after your cherished vehicle.”

Simon Wheeler – Chevrolet Corvette

“I first approached Quest when I purchased my 1974 Corvette. Having no experience of owning a classic car, I was looking for someone to hold my hand through the process of ownership, and I instinctively knew that I could trust them to give me the very best advice.

The team at Quest has undertaken all manner of work, from minor body repairs and paint touch-ups, to a complete rebuild of steering and brake systems. Any work is always completed in a professional and timely way, and the team goes out of their way to share their expertise. Whenever I have a question, nothing is too much trouble. I honestly cannot recommend them highly enough.”

John Jackson – Lotus Elan +2

“I’ve owned my Lotus for almost 30 years and know it pretty much inside out.  Sometimes, for whatever reason I need some help,  Paul & Stephen were more than happy to talk things over, consider options, and get their hands dirty.  But the proof of the pudding is that they got the car up and running, much to the delight of both the two of them and to me!

Behind the scenes, Hazel provides excellent support; phone calls and emails to the office are always returned, which is not the case with everyone! My experiences to date have been highly satisfactory.”

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