Mr Waterton…….The busiest man I have ever met who moves at 100 miles an hour , from day one I knew this was going to be huge build after a five minute phone conversation, No messing around the vehicle was booked in to our yearly build schedule and the fourth coming months moved fast with a few ideas bounced back and forth, Tying to nail down a final build specification was extremely difficult as Mr Waterton runs his own business and has plenty of staff and customers to look after.
We met Mr Waterton for the first time on drop off where we offered him a full workshop tour to view every vehicle on site, it was then ideas started flowing and a lot of upgrades were added to the build eg, Claret AutoLux Red leather with a modern twist added to the Edition 60 Sport-line logo adding a little Audi style to it, several last minute upgrades were added including the Alpine Multimedia package backed up with a full Audison audio upgrade including the very Popular AP8 and AP1 front speaker upgrade controlled by the amazing digital 4.9BIT amplifier.
Mark’s list went on for quite some time and got longer every minute he spent at NWCC , Bilstein suspension, H&R anti roll bars, BBS SV alloys with load rated tyres, MK7 GTI steering wheel, interior WiFi, Staron work surfaces, interior blinds, passenger swivel base, Thule Omnistor 4900 awning I think you get our drift 🙈🙈.
Turning this Sienna build from a quick 10 day turn around to a 20 day colossal build really pushed us back little on our schedule but I must say it was an absolute pleasure to work with Mark and Know how he enjoyed the weekly updates, waiting eagerly for the images to be sent from us, Mark showed complete patience and let team NWCC guide and steer the build which hopefully you will agree has turned out amazing and the Claret Red leather has helped hugely to provide that timeless interior which no one will ever get bored of.
We Hope the Waterton have many years of Travels in their newly converted Vehicle,
Mark no more using this as a works vehicle, no block or cement in the back please.