Its been a busy few weeks again here at KGC Engineering with good progress made on a number of projects. So here’s what i have been getting up too
Good progress has been made to get the front suspension sub frame unit put back together so that it is ready to re fit to the car along with the already completed rear unit at the appropriate time. there is still work to do to the body shell and it is hoped to start to complete this in the next few weeks.
Many many things have been removed from this car and it is now more or less just a rolling shell, there is still plenty to remove from the car such as the windows and engine/gearbox etc before it is sent away for acid dipping.
My beloved Morris Traveller has finally reached an important milestone, it has gone for acid dipping at long last, and is due to return to the workshop around the beginning of April, where no doubt it will require further welding but nothing on the scale that it has already had done.
This 1980 MGB has come into the workshop for some smaller jobs to be completed, this has included an engine bay clean and tidy, drivers door striker adjustment, and a check up of the clutch mechanism given it has been sticky, this I think is down to lack of use.
So that’s it for this month, do please make sure you keep up to-date with me on Facebook, where i run a weekly competition, I’m also on Twitter and now also Youtube where i do classic car related videos with some hints and tips that you may find useful.
Happy Classic Motoring