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Owners of older Paganis can now get the company to make them as good as new

Pagani is to offer a restoration service from its factory, the brand has announced on its social media. 

Company boss Horacio Pagani said the brand aims to give owners “the emotion to be thrilled as the first time”, suggesting that cars will be fully restored to showroom standard, rather than simply spruced up aesthetically. 

Pagani accompanied the announcement with an image of a Zonda S in the workshop, confirming that even the earliest Paganis can be restored, rather than the service being offered purely to current or the most recent models.

The brand has not disclosed the price of each restoration, but with the Huayra starting from £666,000, it’s likely to be well into six figures for each restoration, depending on the car. 

Pagani’s full announcement reads: “To bring back the light and the original splendour of these masterpieces, is a pleasure as well as a great responsibility. Our customers rely on us, because we are the only ones in the world capable of rebuilding and restoring Paganis as they came out of our atelier [workshop]. We want to give our customers the emotion to be thrilled as the first time.”

A final version of the Zonda, the Zonda HP Barchetta, was announced recently following a spate of special editions that have stretched out the car’s production run, which started in 1999. Early Zondas are likely to be the models most commonly restored by the factory. 

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Deputy 31 October 2017

Valet and Service?

So is this just a very expensive valet and service (including bushes, engine mounts, springs, dampers etc)?