🍾 👸🏻 As a proud British company, we will be celebrating the Queens Jubilee and joining in with the national festivities.
As a result we will be closing our factory starting on Friday 27th May, re-opening Monday 6th June.
All emails and enquiries will be replied to after this return date. 🍾 👸🏻
17th August 2021
Update – Retail Customers
Following on from our message in May – we thank you for your on-going patience whilst we worked through our backorders. You will be pleased to know that we have made significant progress – and whilst we are still working through some backorders – we aim to be accepting all new retail orders again from the week commencing the 6th September 2021.
Going forward – to avoid disappointment with your restoration – we recommend that you place your order in plenty of time.
We encourage all new customers who are happy to wait to enquire using our website as follows:
Austin Healey & Triumph TR Customers – browse our extensive product library for details and pricing – selecting the products you are considering using our unique “Build a Quote” system. Once submitted, our experienced sales team can review our choices and get back in touch to discuss the finer details and send you material samples based on your choices.
Jaguar & MGA Customers – find lots of useful information and photos about the products we can offer for your restoration on the individual Model Pages for each marque/model. At the bottom of these model pages, you will find a Contact Form specific to your car – which you can fill in and submit with your restoration requirements – and one of our experienced sales team will formulate a Quote for you to get the ball rolling.
Note that all further information related to your enquiry will be processed and responded to after the 6th September 2021.
Hardura & Armacord are heavy duty felt backed materials that were used on the Jaguar and Austin Healey ranges respectively. These materials are very similar – both being a jute felt-backed PVC plastic coated material with an embossed grain pattern to replicate Vinyl / Leather. Hardura has a ‘smooth’ grained finish, whereas Armacord features ribs running across the grain – akin to the Karvel carpets used in the Healey models of this era. Both are available in a wide range of colours, but not as extensive as the Vinyl and Leather colour ranges – so considerations have to be made for this when some interior colour choices are being made.