Speedhunters have written a great piece on the current 3type’s status, here;
Pipey McGraws latest crazy project! He’s dropped off the ‘shell’ and a chassis, now I have to get it all to work!
More work to follow shortly…
Custom fuel tank designed to fit inside and old trunk – for the ’43 pickup.
1943 Ford pickup – finally all back together, running and driving
Fancy a custom gearshift knob and/or matching dash knobs, then get in touch…
Total strip down and weld in hand made panels. Remove engine & gearbox to go to engine builders, and reassemble on completion
Today’s task – welding the chassis for its MOT.
In for steps, sill and a few other rust repairs.
Beetle in for the ‘standard’ bottom 6 inches replacing.
Nice shot of me at work, by Henry Phull @ Slam Sanctuary
Seat mounts fabricated and added to buckets, one with a seat runner.
This weeks work is all done.
Lots of little repairs and seat frame fabrication and fitting.
Moggy pickup all done. Doesn’t look much different. Buts it’s been a full weeks work.
In for repairs and respray
Little red rocket in for a new engine bay floor
Jetta in for some Coltech love. Having been in storage for 15 years, it’s now recommissioned, polished, lowered, new wheels and mot’d. Back on the road and being enjoyed.
Time for a new floor in the Falcon
Not a bad view from the office today…
The Coltech Cabriolet hit 101.9mph on Pendine Sands at the weekend!
Cool ‘cuda in for some fettling – great car to work on and of course – drive!