Archive for the ‘Staff Projects’ Category

 

New Team Member

Monday, December 10th, 2018

Welcome Matthew Hill our new Subaru Engine builder and Mechanic. Ben’s School friend and now Working at Fellows speed shop. Years of helping Ben with his VW projects and with the team at Shows he has fitted straight in.

Benje projects

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Ben has sold his single cab ready for next project PGSG

Benje single cab

Benje & Emma wedding day

Thursday, October 19th, 2017

Congratulations a Benje & Emma on getting married!
It was always going to be on the beach!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Thursday, January 5th, 2017

Merry Christmas and a Happy New year to all our customers old and new.

Always happy to quote for your Subaru engine conversion, Brake disc conversion and Steering Conversion.

Fellows SPEEDSHOP Staff have a wealth of knowledge from the first Kubel of Antonys being rebuilt by Paul, Colins

knowledge of Aircooled VW Vehicles, Ben specialist in Subaru Conversions or Electrical Advice from Jon.

We have had a good Year and would like to thank all our customers and keep us updated with your adventures

Thank you Perry and the Team

PGSG – Bens palm green sand green is now in the UK

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

img_1124Bens palm green sand green is now in the UK.

Arrived safely by shipping and back to Birmingham By Avon Autos

His bus has gone Straight to His Uncle Stuarts for intensive welding and upgraded suspension to be able to drive. He will then have a Fellows Speed Shop steering conversion, a Fellows Speed Shop Brake disc conversion and of course a Fellows Speed Shop Subaru Engine Conversion.

All will be detailed and customised to a high spec

So watch this space

Golf GTI – Perry Project

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

img_0894Perry’s project over the last few years has been his GTI and has been to many vw shows updating his ideas and finding the best products for his finished project.

When he gets time away from the Subaru Engine Conversions in VW he likes to look at his GTI engine.

Tatton Park VW Festival 2016

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

img_1130 img_1131Tatton Park is a Favourite of Fellows Speed shop.

We had a brilliant weekend and also brilliant weather.

Always great to see customers from the North at this show and some of our Favourite customers Emma and Ant showing on the stand their Beetle Subaru Engine Conversion. One of our first and still looking incredible. Emma and Ant also have a puck and a bay window which they travel in every weekend to some part of the UK.

Also great to see Martin in his Bay window with a Subaru Engine Conversion detailed in Blue and also Stuart with a Full Subaru Conversion a Fellows SPEEDSHOP Steering Rack conversion and also Fellows Speed Shop Brake Disc Conversion. Stuart also has a full suspension upgrade so this bus will be one to see at the shows and a great specimen

We will have 3 Subaru Engine Conversions on the stand and in a new position on the field overlooking the show and shine.. Wow some incredible VW to see and photos can be seen on Tatton Park facebook page.

The organisers of Tatton Park focus the show around the Show and Shine and is brilliantly run and some fantastic Vehicles and stands to see

always a good one see you next year

Fellows Speed Shop Christmas outing 2015

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

Fellows Speed Shop are having a night out at our local Balti house for this years Christmas doo. Having a night of Subaru Engine Conversions, but probably still talking VW’s

Josh’s 18th Birthday

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

From all the staff at Fellows Speed Shop – Happy 18th Birthday Josh!.

18 and has been working on his Beetle project at the Unit for many nights through the summer months.

Although just broken his leg and now off for 3 months we hope he is able to still celebrate his birthday with his friends.

Barndoor in our midst

Monday, December 16th, 2013

A few weeks back Dave acquired his new bus. A 1955 Barndoor Kombi. Whats particularly rare/unusual about this bus is that it has rear wind up and down windows. The windows look factory fit and it is believed that they were either done by VW themselves or a VW dealer as a period modification. The window mechanisms are all contemporary to the bus and sourced from a Oval window beetle. Odd and very cool!

Heres a few pics from the day he collected it from Matt Smith in Cornwall and a little video of the RSVP driving it home.

Making its 2014 debut at the Volksworld show next year. Watch this space.

Video here ……. Barndoor Collection Day