Well it has certainly been a busy few weeks here in the workshop at KGC Engineering, but here’s a round up of the latest news from my current projects.
The repairs to the body shell are coming along nicely with this project with the rear chassis legs replaced, attention can now turn to the drivers side sill area, the parts to do this have now arrived, and it is hoped to have this completed in the coming weeks.
My beloved Morris Traveller, has recently returned from being acid dipped, sadly there are a few more welding repairs to than expected, but thankfully nothing too serious. over the Easter break we built a new shelter to house my traveller, whist the work effort is concentrated on clients cars. This shelter will help to keep the worst of the weather off and in time will become useful for storage of larger parts such as sub-frames and larger panels.
The 1972 MGB-GT is now more or less completely stripped down, ready to go away for acid dipping, during this time as usual the front and rear suspension sub frames will be stripped down, blasted and powder coated as required, before rebuilding ready to be refitted.
My ever faithful van Ethel, has been the subject of quite a few of my Youtube videos where i have been carrying out a number of different running repairs. these have included a new front indicator unit, and a good all round service.
So that rounds up this months update from the workshop.
Happy Classic Motoring