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For the last 10 years, Pegasus has been making the impossible a reality. With exceptional bulkheads, come exceptional words that can only describe our unique bulkheads. It's totally necessary, if you want to replicate Rover's original specification for your Land-Rover Series restoration.

It doesn't sound too technical really, until you realise behind the simple beauty of these parts, are complicated and demanding manufacturing processes involving cutting-edge CAD (computer-aided-design) engineering and a variety of sheet metal cutting and fabrication processes.


The average Pegasus Bulkhead is built up from over 100 component parts, each of which has been accurately CAD drawn, generating very precise manufacturing drawings. Most parts require multiple drawings, not only a conventional drawing but also a 'flat pattern' drawing to allow laser or turret punch cutting of the part.


Our subcontractors use our drawings and flat patterns to cut and fold the finished parts. We manufacture all our own parts including door pillars and footwell panels to ensure consistent quality standards are met.

Pegasus Bulkheads and their sub-contractors have many years of sheet metal working experience and resources and can reproduce all the original styles of pressing details, plunged holes, spire nut locations, footwell ribs etc. 


Pegasus Bulkheads are built using spot welders just like the original bulkheads were made. 

Most of the component parts are spot-welded  or TIG welded together into sub-assemblies, which are then built up into the final assembly. The bulkhead is built up on our 36 reference point assembly jig.



Pegasus Bulkheads use TIG welding on the final assembly 'heavy-duty' brackets, lap joints and butt joints.

All heavy duty brackets such as the bonnet hinges, tie rod brackets and bottom feet are welded into position using TIG as this replicates the original oxy-acetylene welding method that was used. 

If you wish to repair your existing bulkhead please visit our sister website Pegasus Parts for repair sections and sub-assemblies.


Not only will your bulkhead fit like the original, last like it's original, it has all the same features as the original too.

Pegasus would like to think, that if one of the original assembly workers at the Rover factory in Solihull, viewed our bulkheads today, he would find it very difficult to detect any differences to the original.

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'Finger tip' press feature and hole for Wiper Motor Power Socket on the Parcel Shelf Z-Piece.

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'Plunged' hole for Round Heater Demister tube. This feature carries over to later bulkheads with the 'flat' heater.

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Rain Channel, with the correct formed hemmed lip.

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Correct style door pillars with door seal channel extending the full height.

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Pressed recesses for panel Spire nuts on the Gearbox Tunnel.

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Door Check Tube End Caps. Press formed on our own tooling.

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Footwells with original style pressed ribs.

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And finally look out for our signature strip, with your bulkheads very own laser cut serial number.