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It's back to the future with Goss Springs

18 December 2015

For Goss, it's not just a question of looking for the next generation of 'widget' with a requirement for high volumes that drives the company forward.

Nick Goss (right) with son and co-director, Dan Goss

The flexible manufacturing operation and design experience mean that they can offer a very important and valuable service to niche industries active in the UK and Europe.

The restoration of heritage vehicles not to say the manufacture of components for high performance racing cars is a market segment which Goss  have years of experience in providing exactly what the customer wants.

Nick Goss is clearly a vintage car enthusiast and is especially proud of the design and manufacture of special hub clips for the vintage Aston Martin Lagonda. “In this type of application it is most important to be able to make a faithful 'replica' of the original component using original materials and drawings and not offer the customer a 'nearest equivalent' to the original component which 'should do the job'," says Nick.

Goss supplies a large number of specialist car manufacturers and high performance car restorers such as the Maserati racing team with parts as diverse as springs used in the customised door handles of luxury cars, to pressed part components used in the engine and engine components.

So, from supplying customised springs and pressed part components for vintage cars to the demands of high volume modern vehicle part manufacturers, you can see why Goss claims - with justification - to be able to 'take you back to the future'.


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