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Windscreen repairers
Posted by: (
Date: January 24, 2008 03:23PM

Does anyone know of a UK firm/restorer who would be able to make a new 'Troy Ventillated' windscreen frame for our 1914 Stanley? The orignal is probably beyond repair, and the frame is a non-standard section. See Pat Farrell's sketch of a similar frame, whih I've put on flickt at


Peter Turvey

Re: Windscreen repairers
Posted by: Mike Clark (
Date: January 25, 2008 06:52PM


Looking at your screen I think it is a highly specialised tubular section and that you best chance is with someone in the States who is tooled up to do it.

However here are some UK suggestions.
The first two are specialists in brasswork and in the case of Wessex Workshops, windscreens and hood frames. James Pearce specialise in vintage Bentley coachwork but they do make windscreen frames - might have some thoughts for you. These are not from any personal experience but were suggested by participants on the VSCC members forum.

Chris Glover of Brasscraft (01892 863 280).
Near Farnham, Surrey. 145 Westbury Leigh

Wessex Workshops
BA13 3SU Tel:01373 823513 Fax:01373 825234 E-mail:

James E. Pearce (Sussex) Limited
Butts Works, The Green, Wisborough Green, West Sussex, RH14 0BN
Telephone: +44 (0)1403 700479 Fax: +44 (0)1403 700845


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