These are the garages and service providers we use and recommend. Page 2 (next)

Cluster Repairs UK
Dene View Farm
High Street
Gloucestershire ~ GL17 9TU
01594 861095
Speedometer and all other instrument repairs.
mjpflannery@hotmailcom
http://www.magnetic-speedometer-repair.com
Website address tells it all. Met at the restoration show and seems to be a reliable company. Good presentation.
Vamped Trimmers
Unit 1,Crop Drier Works
Bowerland Lane
Lingfield
Surrey ~ RH7 6DF
01732 759600
www.vampedtrim.com
contact@vampedtrim.com
For all and any trim, roof linings, car seats, dashboards, carpets etc. Highly recommended by our members. Will come out to do estimates, and happy to disassemble at your home, take away the parts and refit again at your premises. Very enthusiastic guys, great communications, good transport links, lift to station available.
Classic Silicon Hoses Ltd
Wood Farm
31 Main Street
Bagworth
Coalville
Leicestershire ~ LE67 1DN
01530 23023971
www.classicsiliconehoses.com 
info@classicsiliconehoses.com
Mary very helpful and very chatty. Extremely high quality hoses in all shapes and sizes. Highly recommended. Not an easy website to place orders so you really need to know exactly what you want rather than relying on the site to help. But most kits available.
Michael Wood Dashboard Restoration
Unit 9A Lady Bee Marina
Southwick,
West Sussex ~ BN42 4EP
01273 870813
http://www.michaelwoodrestoration.co.uk
mwoodrestorations@gmail.com
All dashboard and woodwork refurbishment. Nice and local so pop down and get a quote. Website does look like a furniture restorer, but met him at the NEC restoration show. His dashboard samples look far more correct to the originals. And you can get your dinning table to match your car !!
F.W.Thornton
Orleton Lane,
Wellington,
Telford,
Shropshire ~ TF1 2BG
01952 252892
www.fwthornton.co.uk
As seen several times on Car SOS a huge stock of parts from the 1920's to Triumph classics. Website doesn't do any justice to the service they provide, you had to see them on Car SOS to appreciate the vastness of no longer available parts they have on the shelf.