The final primer before paint has now been applied to our 1975 MG B roadster. The body shell has now been seam sealed and is ready to see some green action.
A Deep Brunswick Green high build mix has been applied.
The body shell is now ready for the Tundra Green re-spray which will be carried out next week.
A lot of time and effort has gone into correcting the bodywork of our shell and this is the moment when all the hard work pays off as this original, matching number Tundra Green MG B roadster will be undergo a complete transformation as we bring the body back to life, respecting the original specification.
The engine rebuild of our 1963 Jaguar SS100 is now complete. We’ll aim to re-fit into the car at the beginning of next week and once in, the car will undergo a full trial period to be tested for performance and to make any minor adjustments that we see fit.
The alterations and machining work has now been completed on our 1963 Jaguar SS100 engine. The rocker covers have been re-polished and Ady is currently rebuilding the engine.
Whilst stripped, the engine has been completely overhauled with all seals and gaskets being replaced. The block and exposed components have also been treated to a new paint job and she’ll be refitted into the car looking beautiful once again.
More of the chrome-work has been polished up and ready for refit on our 1972 Jaguar E-Type V12.
In our workshops today we have our 1956 Ford Consul. The floor requires attention with some welding work needing to be carried out. We will then look to prepare the body and undertake a full re-spray. Work will commence very soon…
Our 1960 Jensen 541R (#493) is now in the paint shop having the underside stone chipped.
Once this task is complete the bodyshell will be married up to the newly built chassis before being secured into position.
Darren is now perfecting the body of our 1955 Austin Healey, flattening down the primer and getting her ready for the new re-spray.