The Barber Precision Harley Sportster is on the road! Look out for some exciting new products coming soon!
We are currently waiting on a new brake master cylinder and some reflectors for the bike, we are just about ready to start developing products on this new vehicle. Stay tuned!
This 1996 Sportster XL1200S will be used to develop a range of new parts available from Barber Precision. The bike has some existing damage to the indicators, speedometer and front brakes. All items will be repaired or replaced to ensure the bike is roadworthy before any custom parts are tested.
A new brake master cylinder has been fitted and bled, now the brakes work as they should. The door jams have been painted with epoxy anti-rust paint. The colour is a good match for the black chosen for the rest of the car. The next step is to finish the rust repairs on the rest […]
The 1976 Toyota Corona MX23 Fastback which is being restored at Barber Precision has been painted!
I’ve rethought one of my primary design decision with the CNC router and decided to go with a fixed gantry – moving table design. This will decrease the working area from 900×800 to 700×800, however it will result in a far more rigid machine capable of easily cutting aluminium. The above rendering doesn’t show the […]
The rust in the bonnet has been cut out and patched with new metal; the front of the sills have also had patch panels installed. OneSteel Zincanneal panels have been used to provide galvanic protection against future rust. The next step in the restoration will be the welding up of a few small holes in […]
The design for the new CNC router is far enough along that material has just been ordered. All CNC related components are already in stock so production should begin shortly.
The interior of the Datsun 260c is coming back together. It has all been re-coloured black where necessary and the new black carpet is going in.
The fuel tank in the 1976 Datsun 260c has been treated with rust remover and a sealer product which, when dry, will stop the tank from deteriorating again. All that is now required is to install a new fuel pickup and put the tank back in the car.