1958 Ford Prefect

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1958 Ford Prefect

Workshop update December 2017

Workshop update December 2017 Busy is definitely a word I would use to describe my business at the moment, I’ve now moved into my new workshop, and have successfully managed to fill every corner and bit of floor space with cars and various bits for cars. This is a nice problem to have, but not […]

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1967 MGB-GT

1967 MGB-GT Update Acid dipping

On the run up to Christmas the 1967 MGB-GT was the main focus of our work. Recently the body shell and panels went away for acid dipping, to firstly remove all the old paint and underseal but also to kill of any rust. This process allows us to work on a clean shell, which in […]

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Triumph Spitfire

Workshop update 4th September 15

Its that time of week again, its time for a round up of the latest goings on here at KGC Engineering’s workshop, so lets get on with it: Triumph Spitfire: Work is progressing well on this car with a view to it being MOT’d in the very near future, the carbs have been refitted, with […]

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Lymm Historic Transport Day 2015

Sunday June 28th saw us attending the annual Lymm Historic Transport day an event we have supported from since day one, three years ago. This year saw us display a Morris Minor Traveller and our own Morris Minor Van complete with new livery. The day was busy from the off and for us we had […]

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