Any car restored by Biba
Restorations should look really pretty darn good. Too technical?
Okay, how about any car which leaves these premises won't get
you a trophy at a high-end concours though won't embarrass your
Unfortunately this still
requires two things: Time and money. Allow us both and you will
not be disappointed.
That said, BR's costs are
well below industry standards. The primary concern here is as
much completing a project as it should be, but also with cost
considerations in mind.
Enough cannot be said if
a potential client has just purchased a car they always dreamed
o f owning. Just as it might have been very nice to have purchased
stock early in a small company which has now increased significantly
in value, the same is true with the automobile you supply us.
Let's assume you just recently paid top dollar at either a live
or eBay auction for the base car. The cost of that particular
vehicle's restoration fees does not change one lire.
Now let's assume you own
a '69 Alfa Spider. It originally sold for $3600. In today's dollars
this would be around $24000. Think hard, do you feel any restoration
shop can now remove virtually every component, replace all worn
items, refurbish all the others, and successfully complete for
anywhere close to this figure? Please be realistic regarding
the demands of the process.
In summation, Alfa's are
especially undervalued jewels. If either you have owned one for
a long time, or recently purchased your dream car, BR would like
very much to work with you.