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 Hi-Tech


Keeping pace with advancements in modern technology and techniques, understanding them and mastering them is something that we at Moto Technique embrace
— KEVIN O'ROURKE Moto Technique Limited

Having restored or repaired literally thousands of classic and exotic sports cars over the last four decades using traditional techniques as did the original craftsmen that built them, Moto Technique has not rested on it’s laurels.

With the continued introduction of new technologies and techniques, Moto Technique have not only adopted them and perfected them, but have also introduced a few little secret procedures themselves.

Advancements in car restoration technology has happened in every single stage of the process, from paint and body materials to electronic scanning and alignment and most interestingly in engine management systems and reliability.

An original 15 inch Dino 246 GTS Campagnolo wheel is scanned by computer and then re-sized to 17 inches using Cad Cam technology. This digital information is then used to recast the new sized alloy wheel using the traditional manufacturing process . The result is an authentic looking upgraded wheel that has been produced using modern Hi-tech and traditional methods, working together in perfect harmony.

An original 15 inch Dino 246 GTS Campagnolo wheel is scanned by computer and then re-sized to 17 inches using Cad Cam technology. This digital information is then used to recast the new sized alloy wheel using the traditional manufacturing process . The result is an authentic looking upgraded wheel that has been produced using modern Hi-tech and traditional methods, working together in perfect harmony.

Thats why Moto Technique are able to offer a totally professional service in every aspect of classic and exotic car restoration. By being at the very forefront of cutting edge of Hi-Tech they are able to resolve any potential problem, because they have the knowledge, the experience, the facilities and above all the talent.

The bodywork of a Ferrari 250 TDF being completely scanned in 3D to millimetre precision, so that a wooden buck can be manufactured from the results. Utilising the very latest technology, so that we can produce the most accurate panels in the traditional way.

The bodywork of a Ferrari 250 TDF being completely scanned in 3D to millimetre precision, so that a wooden buck can be manufactured from the results. Utilising the very latest technology, so that we can produce the most accurate panels in the traditional way.