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Step #1: Separate the DUST from the RUST

No record of the hours invested in this resto was ever kept for obvious reasons. Fetch a cuppa and read on!

Dublin

Tallaght

B2 Airton Park
Airton Road
Tallaght
Dublin 24
D24 WC63
Ireland


Swords

A8 Airside Enterprise Centre
Swords
Co Dublin
K67 V2K0
Ireland

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Tallaght - 01 4000058
Swords - 01 4000061

Email

sales@otto.ie

Opening Hours

Tallaght :
Monday - Friday - 08:30 - 5:30
Saturday 09:00 - 14:00

Swords :
Monday - Friday - 08:30 - 5:30
Saturday 09:30 - 13:30

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Cork

Address

Unit 506
Euro Business Park
Little Island
Cork
Ireland
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021 4297661

Email

cork@otto.ie


Opening Hours

Cork :
Monday - Friday - 08:30 - 5:30
Saturday 09:00 - 12:00


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Galway

Address

2 Kilkerrin Park
Liosban Industrial Estate
Tuam Road
Galway
Ireland
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091 752317 / 752320
087 2511753

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galway@otto.ie


Opening Hours

Galway :
Monday - Friday - 08:30 - 5:30
Saturday 09:00 - 12:00


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Defender Diaries

The exhaustive chronicles of our own Nigel Baguley’s Land Rover Defender re-build.  An absolutely no corners cut, no compromise accepted ground-up restoration of a 90″ Land Rover Defender.  This, like fine dining, is a restoration project you will have to consume in small bite sized pieces to really appreciate the ingredients.  Every single aspect of the project was thought about and carefully reasoned out to arrive at what must be one of the very best that exists.

And so it begins…

Galvanised Chassis

 

Yes, your observations are correct.  Hardly a nut or bolt-head sheared off or a knuckle grazed and already we have a shiny galvanised chassis sitting on stands.  “Kart before the horse” is what most people said when they saw this but for us however, it was our motivation.  Two rails on stands and the usual “broom-broom” noises loses it’s novelty value quite soon so a long winter of dark evenings sans soap-opera was on the menu.

We all know that there is no brighter prospect than a brand new kettle and a catering box of 1000 tea bags and a deliberately leaked rumour among your friends that the project has started. The only advice proffered to our friends was a hint that they bring biscuits, chocolate biscuits… and wear old clothes! While on the subject of large mugs of tea, our advice to you is to put on the kettle and click on the button below to jump to the Defender Chronicles, we think you will enjoy this!

The Defender Diary