Just as we finished the hood and tonneau fitting along with various other mechanical issues the owner has decided to have the TR3 painted. So apart it comes again !
I am amazed at how many classics are still hidden away. Another one surfaced today. Going to be a long haul I think, but worth it.
Van week, GMC ,which was a seriously expensive conversion back in the day, had a new electric fan and controller, water leaks sorted, electric exhaust valve fitted along with a hidden switch, tailpipe reset, refurbished alloys with new tyres, some wiring tidied up and a repaired and balanced prop fitted. Then today some welding on our old Sprinter as it's been a bit neglected of late due to no Speedway or Pitbike use.
Had a lovely ride out in-between the showers to take this for it's annual MOT. Might not need one by law but better safe than sorry in my opinion.
A few recent photos taken at the workshop.
Greg had to take some new staff photos for the website, and while here these were a couple of other shots he took for us....
As another week comes to a close we have seven E types with a Triumph TR3 and a Lotus Elan +2 on the go at the moment in the main workshop. Long live the classic English sports car.
Where is this stuff being produced? Only hung it together a couple of days ago and it's split before I've even been able to finish building it up. !