It’s a bit like being an air traffic controller at Heathrow, except that we are not planning a third runway. The work in and out of the paint spray booth needed good coordination last month in order to maintain progress.
The 1900 Argyll went back to the owner. We had fitted and commissioned the new fuel tank made in house so some paintwork was needed.
The 1968 Volvo P1800 body shell is now painted and relocated from the spray booth into the workshop.
A 1966 Jaguar E type came in for some tidy up paintwork
And a 1973 MGB Roadster needed accident repair to the n/s/f. We fitted a new bonnet, front wing, radiator grille and overrider. Now as good as new
Attention will focus this month on a 1933 Riley 9 March Special just collected this week from Herefordshire. Photos and story to follow.