Rapier Sunbeam H120 Fitted with Shield Classic Car Battery

Rapier Sunbeam H120 Fitted with Shield Classic Car Battery

22nd October 2018

Classic car battery completion winner Sharon wasted no time in putting her new Shield battery to good use. Here we can see it about to be fitted in her 1973 Rapier Sunbeam H120, and then in situ in the engine bay

We think you’ll agree the Sunbeam looks great – a true classic

This car has been in Sharon’s family since 1983, and although it was mechanically sound it n ...

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Ford Model T Keeps On Going

Ford Model T Keeps On Going

27th June 2018

Shield has been keeping Britain moving since 1910, so we were pleased to see that this comparative youngster of 93 years will be kept on the road using a new Shield battery to replace the one that’s been in there since September 2009.

Shield make these bespoke hard rubber batteries by hand and the care and attention to detail involved in building these important products is a joy to wat ...

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Shield Batteries supplies customers around the world with hard rubber batteries

Shield Batteries supplies customers around the world with hard rubber batteries

26th June 2018

One of our customers in France was kind enough to share pictures of the 183 type battery that is now fitted to his glorious 1957 Ford Thunderbird.

Shield supplies customers around the world with hard rubber batteries. These hand made batteries are made from tooling that goes back decades, are a staple of the classic car market and a “must have” for the owner that wants his pride and jo ...

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Important UK Announcement: New regulations will change the way motorcycle and hard rubber batteries can be sold

Important UK Announcement: New regulations will change the way motorcycle and hard rubber batteries can be sold

8th June 2018

From July 1st 2018 all motorcycle & hard rubber batteries must be filled by the retailer before being sold to a member of the public in the UK who does not possess a valid EPP licence

New changes to government legislation mean that from July 1st 2018 it will be illegal for a member of the public to purchase a motorcycle or hard rubber battery that is supplied with a s ...

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