E type head back on with Newman Cams and showing retaining plates to lessen the chance of the cam follower guide coming loose in the casting. A modification l believe first used by the military when using Jaguar engine tanks.
Race E pedal box being stripped down and blasted ready to modify for adjustable brake bias and remove the old bellows servo. As can be seen the clutch master cylinder put up a bloody good fight but I won !
Jaguar Mk2 that came in for an engine rebuild and had quite a few other problems solved as well while it was here ready for it's MOT and can go back home.
Lovely MK2 that came in for an engine rebuild and as is often the case you end up fixing lots of other bodged repairs from it's past.
V12 E Type engine apart for camshafts, manifolds and Weber's so seems only right to clean up everything while you can get to it. So blasted, painted and polished first camcover. Next the head etc.
First in-house Rover v8 inlet manifold ready to go off for first trial casting. Fingers crossed there isn't to much to be done on the first alloy one before we produce them for real.
It never stops, another two 3.8 E type engine's for rebuilding while one is dismantled and at the machinists. Fourth one is waiting for the minute we have space!