News about Heritage Customs
Looking back and also into the future we came up with our view of how a classic grille should be made. We saw that the percentage lovers and haters was an equal 50/50. We get this and this is what we want, because now we know that we did well and this one wil last.
Not only comfort but personal style and taste is important to make the interior fit like a tailored suit. We also supply wooden elements, to make it even more beautiful. Enjoy!
We are constantly striving for perfection and making the best parts for our custom builds. Hereby we share some pictures of the process.
NO INTRODUCTION NEEDED FOR THIS (ALREADY) LEGEND. Niels and I met each other in Geneva and as Dutchies we talked about numerous, but mostly cars of course. We have the same passion, different expertise and areas and therefore we decided to join forces. We don’t know where this collaboration will end, but for now we can tell you that you can think of wheels and limited editions…. great news!
We managed to make a steering wheel out of one piece of aluminium… and yes this weighs a lot…
INTERIOR DESIGN AND CARS WORK WELL TOGETHER, WE CALL IT CARCHITECTURE! Our goal was to create a new line of accessories for the old Defender, but with a touch of the new Defender. The line consists of a massive steel grill, aluminum headlight surrounds, vents, bumper and more! Thanks Tim!
We have the same standard as our clients, because we want to built and deliver topnotch productions. So making a step setting up our own atelier is a natural development. Investing in machinery is one thing, but the craftsmanship is more important. Please welcome JG and he makes all your leather and wood wishes come true… for your Defender of course.
Since the concours in 2018 we have had several brainstorm sessions with our Belgium partners and we are proud to inform you that Heritage Customs BE is a fact. Jean Louis is our main man and is living in Antwerp. We have experienced that there is perhaps a big market in Belgium for customizing icons such a Defenders and Wranglers. Thanks Jean Louis & Frederic!