Some repair work and re-chroming required on our 1956 chrome-work. All complete and back with the owner to continue with the rebuild.
Our freshly polishing wheels trims are now back on the wheels and back on the car look lovely.
Donna has fitting out our 1956 Ford Consul with brand new carpets throughout. Whilst doing so, Brian has been busy cleaning up the existing interior and securing back into position.
Brian has been busy cleaning up the existing door cards to give them a nice, fresh, clean look ready for refit.
Our Ford Consul wheel trims have now been cleaned and polished ready for refit.
The replacement tank for our 1956 Ford Consul has arrived and can now be fitted to the car ready for run up.
Our 1956 Ford Consul is now once again finished in the beautiful Sarum Blue finish. Mauro is busy piecing it back together with all of the refurbished bright work and components earlier removed for restoring.
Brian and Owen have been busy this week perfecting the existing bright work for our 1956 Ford Consul ready for the rebuild to commence.
Whilst the bright work has been worked on Chris has been busy next door in the paint shop painting to body shell.
Santa’s been and delivered our assortment of classic tyres ready to be fitted on our fantastic selection of classic vehicles.
Santa of course being Graeme from We Fit Any Tyres AnyWhere and the fantastic selection being: 1955 Austin Healey 100M, 1956 Ford Consul, 1959 Morris J, 1970 Mercedes 280SL Pagoda.
More images of our 1956 Ford Consul ready for space in the paint shop.
The body preparation of our 1956 Ford Consul is now complete and Chris has finished the week with the car in primer.
Our 1956 Ford Consul is now in the hands of painters Chris and Darren to prepare the body and components for the blue respray paint.
The radiator of our 1956 Ford Consul is completely blocked with dirt and grime. We’ve now run water through the system to clear the lot out.
The body work repair is now complete on our 1956 Ford Consul. The corroded areas have been cut out and replaced with new metalwork. Next stage will be to get the car up and running and mechanically sound before heading into our paint shops to be prepared and painted.
We will also be manufacturing a new carpet set whilst here before returning the car back to the owner to be completed.
The strip down and repair of our 1956 Ford Consul is now well underway with Mauro concentrating his efforts full time on the project.
Everything removed has been carefully wrapped,documented and accounted for and is now in storage awaiting refurbishing and/or refitting.
The welding work is currently on going and we would expect to hand over to our painters for preparation in around a week’s time.
Mauro has begun work this week on stripping our 1956 Ford Consul
The front and rear screens have now been removed from our 1956 Ford Consul in preparation for the works to start.
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…
Coming in soon we have our 1956 Ford Consul for a full re-paint.