Restoration of a Harding Netley Rotary Tricycle

Restoration of a Harding Netley Rotary Tricycle

Our latest restoration job was a vintage Harding Netley Rotary Tricyle (or invalid carriage). 

It took us about 6 weeks to fully restore this tricycle. It needed body work and sandblasting and we then had to re-paint it. It didn’t have a seat, so we had to make a new one and have it professionally upholstered. We tried to keep as many of the original parts as possible, but obviously had to replace some nuts & bolts.

Our main aim with this restoration was to make it look like it did when it was first manufactured. I think Paul (our amazing co-owner & restorer) managed to do just that!

Please enjoy our before & after photos!

   
    
    
    
 

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