Willenhall Engine Centre
We at Willenhall Engine Centre are a family run business who provide a full range of in-house engine repair, overhaul and reconditioning services on all car and light commercial petrol and diesel engines. We have more than 40 years of experience of working on a range of classic cars including Jaguar, Daimler, Triumph MG, Austin, Morris, Austin-Healey, Ford and countless others.

We even have a Parts Department where we house a huge stock of engine parts such as gaskets, bearings, valves, pistons, and more for all makes and models of car and light commercial vehicles.

We pride ourselves on our attention to detail when it comes to engine fitting and reconditioning – every part is looked over and all of the vital engine fluids are flushed and replaced with new fluids. Engines will be started and tested before we even call you saying it is completed. With our knowledge and experience, you can trust us to get the job done right!

We LOVE getting your classic car engine back in tip-top condition for you. We offer a full removal, overhaul and fitting service for classic models and whilst it is with us, your pride and joy will be kept securely within our 8000 sq ft, fully alarmed workshop. We can also overhaul your cylinder head and convert it to run on unleaded fuel if you would like from as little as GBP225!

The wide variety of parts we have on offer includes: Cylinder heads Gaskets and gasket sets Cylinder head bolt sets Valves and guides Cam followers Hydraulic lifters Crankshaft and conrod bearings Timing belts and timing belt kits Timing chain kits Water pumps Oil pumps

Please do not hesitate to get in contact with us for further information on any of our services or you can simply come down and see first hand what we can do for you – we would love to meet you! Alternatively you can visit our social media pages to hear about our latest projects, news and deals:

Call us today on: 01902 490 011
Email us on: w.e.c@live.co.uk
Visit our website: www.willenhall-enginecentre.co.uk

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