Completed by Aston Martin Bordeaux, the first stage focused on the mechanical restoration, which added a new clutch, shock absorbers, steering rack and five new tires. In total, the first stage restoration work amounted to 40,000 Euros ($47,402). Aston Martin Bordeaux then focused on the paintwork at a cost of 35,000 Euros ($41,478) in 2011 before, further restoration costing an excess of 77,000 Euros ($91,253). The body was completely taken apart and repaired before being primed and painted in white. It was also fitted with all new glass and window seals, and the interior was re-trimmed in 30 square meters of immaculate white leather.