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Additional work

Monday, November 11th, 2019

We also offer many additional extras with our Subaru Engine Conversions. Our drive in drive out Conversion costs £5850 + vat for a standard black and silver engine. You can also have an engine clean and paint for an additional £350 as photo sometimes gives a nicer finish. Some vehicles need structural work So this can also be carried out at £50 per hour + vat. Please send an enquiry with a full quotation. We are usually booked up 4 months in advance

Tim & Liam’s EJ20 subaru engines

Saturday, May 11th, 2019

We can fit a 2lt Subaru Engine Conversion into vw Splitscreens, Bay windows, T25 very popular and Beetles and Karman Ghia although a little extra modification to these two.

Our team also carry out annual Aircooled Engine Servicing and mechanical work for MOT. We would recommend every classic vehicle still has an MOT. We support keeping our vehicles safely running for another 50 years

2019 VW Show Season

Wednesday, April 24th, 2019
Stanford Hall VW event 2018

Fellows Speed Shop Stand 2018

Camper Jam 2018

We Will have a stand at Stanford Hall VW show with the Leicester & Warwick VW club on Sunday 5th May.

Then at Stonor Park and the Chateau Impney Classic Car Events.

Also again this year at Camper Jam – a family favourite in July.

Tatton Park Show in Knutsford – Brilliant show focused around the Volkswagen Classic car and others. Quality show and quality Cars.

Finally at Busfest in Malvern in Worcestershire early September. Look forward to seeing customers old and new. Kettle is always on!

Subaru Servicing

Saturday, March 24th, 2018

We like it when our customers come for Subaru Engine Servicing and MOT checkups too. All good for another year

Disc brake kits and conversions

Monday, June 19th, 2017

orders coming in thic and fast for our Brake Disc kits and conversions

Our Solid billet custom design is becoming more well known and popular. See customer reviews and feedback. Quality and design

Are you running Steels or Alloys and is your bus early or late Bay and early or late split dropped spindles..?

email us your requests to

Brake Disc kits by fellowsspeedshop

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.

Dave Hall resigns from the Speedshop

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Dave Hall has resigned as Director of Fellows Speed Shop from May 2015.

Fellows Speed Shop appreciate his time and effort in his first few years helping run the business whilst Perry was able to constantly improve our new products – the Brake Disc conversion and Steering Conversion.

He has a busy year working on his Photography and other VW projects including his new Barndoor on its way over from USA. Good luck Dave with your new projects.

Staff Cars – Ben’s collection…..

Saturday, February 16th, 2013

Ben is lucky enough to have a few VW’s, first off a 69 bug project. It used to be his daily driver but was taken off the road for a full resto and as is often the case when you work on other peoples cars for a living your own projects get pushed back to the bottom of the pile. Hopefully 2013 will see it return to the road.

Currently awaiting a little more metalwork…

Not one to shy away from a project this is his new bus and company shop truck!! a 1960 Texan import Single cab

a couple of weeks ago a customer popped into to see us in his new toy! what a car! How great is the contrast between the two!! Engine swap?? 😉

After finishing prep for Dubfreeze on Sunday he found a little time to start fixing some of the many rust issues! Todays challenge the sills! More updates on more progress soon!

Garys late bay

Friday, February 15th, 2013

Gary’s bay is in for a freshen up, sort out a few spots of rust here and there and then a full respray.

On first inspection a fairly sound UK bay, a few issues in the usual places, battery tray, cab floors etc etc.

worryingly as we delve a little deeper nasty bits start to appear!!

Lurking behind a large amount of filler was the original panel! A previous owner/body shop has put the repair panel directly on top of the original rusty metal!!

Thinking of buying a bus? Be careful! Gary’s looked pretty solid at a quick glance!

We are happy to look over any potential purchase with you within a 20 mile radius, get in touch at