Waaay back in 2010 (geez this blog is old!) I featured a little exposé on an automotive artisan called Toby Broadfield. I’ve been visiting Toby’s blog on-and-off since around that time, always in awe of his attention to detail when cutting up and re-shaping interior pieces. Now that I’m getting closer to overhauling my own interior and gauge cluster, I find myself re-visiting his blog just that little bit more. When I saw this detailed write-up focusing on all the steps he took to modify a customer’s S14 Silvia cluster, I thought it was too good not to share.
Jeff has submitted a few builds to the site lately, and while going back and forth over emails he pointed me in the direction of a blog run by his buddy, Toby. Jeff had only the highest opinion of the custom work that Toby churns out, and after clicking the link and having a snoop around, I didn’t have to look hard to see why. Toby does the sort of work that we all wish we were capable of doing, if only we possessed greater volumes of two key ingredients: skill, and patience.
From imports to exotics, cars to boats, interior or engine bay, everything is done with the utmost quality and attention to detail. Click more to find the link.