Our extensively equipped workshops can handle almost any job. We can cover everything from a 3000 mile service to a new heritage body shell.
You are always welcome to come and visit us to have a look at our facilities and ongoing restoration projects.
Our technicians are all classic car specialists and we are proud to achieved many awards, including the MG Owners Club 5 star spanner award.
As we just do MGs our stores are well stocked and we carry a very comprehensive stock of MG Parts and Accessories.
We are now MGOC Appointed/Approved POWER STEERING INSTALLERS for all their MG power steering kits.
We also have at our premises T4 Diagnostic equipment to cater for MGF's, MG TF's, MG ZR /S/T's and equivalent Rovers.
Exciting early 1958 Frogeye now in, totally rust free body but paintwork poor so having a re-paint. will be stunning when finished and will be up for sale, will post progress pictures as we go along.
Stripping of paint on Frogeye started.
Most of the paint has been stripped off revealing how rust free the body is.
Frogeye body now in primer.
Main body now in paint.
Frogeye update, paint work flattened, compounded and polished.
Engine and gearbox ready to go back in the Frogeye
Here is a Rover T series engine nearly ready to into our GT, giving approx. double the power.
Land Rover and Customer's Roadster Shell
Our Landrover has just had a new lease of life with a re-built engine.
Here is a customers roadster shell which we have nearly stripped ready to go for chemical dipping.
Mazda 5 speed conversion going into a V8 Roadster which will soon be for sale.
MGB Roadster Re-Shell
Customers Roadster going home after re-shell, picture shows old shell and finished car.
We have a MGB Roadster in at the moment having a Supercharger fitted.
We have just fitted another EZ power steering kit, this time to a customer's MGC.
Exciting new project starting for a customer, Roadster re-shell using a new Heritage bodyshell.
Bodyshell has now been seam sealed.
One of the best places to keep away from people during this difficult time is in the spray oven.
Hence we have now done the paint work on our customers Heritage shell and it looks great.
Another Race Midget
Working on another hillclimb car getting ready for the new season, this time on Jamie-Fisher-Pearson’s Green Midget. Exciting times ahead.
Here is a customers MGB GT shell now painted in Starlight Silver and going back together.
Dynamat sound deadening now fitted to floor etc.
Mechanics all coming together on the GT.
Another Green MG Midget which has raced before has just come in and had a rolling road set up and we are now carrying out some suspension work, it will be competing in the Classic Marques Championship and the MGCC Speed Championship this year.
We now have a Series 2 Landrover in for restoration,
belonging to one of our customers.
A big task ahead.
As we progress, we will update the pictures in the corousel below: -
As shown on the slideshow above, we have now rebuilt the engine.
The new chassis has been done and are now doing the suspension build.
Another 5 speed conversion is being carried out on a customers MGB GT.
Latest job in our workshops is a MGA having a engine re-build and a replacement gearbox.
Work on Frogeye Sprite doing a 5 speed conversion.
Major work being carried out on an MGF
The start of another MG Midget 5 speed conversion.
1970 MGB Roadster, using ex Californian shell, being converted to right hand drive.
Spec. is as follows MG Red, black leather seats with black interior, chrome painted wire wheels, four speed overdrive gearbox, unleaded stage 2 engine and sports stainless steel exhaust.
This Roadster restoration is now finished and with it's new owner.
The MGB bodyshell is totally rust free so a perfect start for the re-build.
The bodyshell is back from the blasters and looks great.
The body shown on a rotisserie having its seams sealed ready for preparing before spraying.
Pictures show the underside being treated with rubberised undercoating then sprayed in 2K primer.
Images shows the car now in a beautiful MG Red and it looks stunning.
It is being put together using new or re-conditioned parts.
The Roadster restoration is now finished and the car is with it's new owner.
Just in the process of changing a gearbox in a MG TF.
MGB having head converted for unleaded fuel.
Nice collection in one of the workshops at the moment from a TA Tickford, MGB GT, MGB Roadster, MGA, MG Midget to a MG6.
Customer's engine going back in.
Engine now up and running.
Landrover engine block painted.
Customer's uprated engine painted to his spec.
MG Midget 5 speed conversion taking place.
Five speed conversion now fitted to the MG Midget and looking very good
V8 Suspension refurb.
Work being carried out on some more modern MG's with a TF having a new rear window fitted.
New clutch being fitted and headgasket being done on MG TF.
MG Midget now getting prepared for some paint work
MG Midget going back together
This shows a light weight box section we have made up using our folder and dimple dies
Spridget shell on rotisserie ready for work.
Just finished painting a VW Beetle and is now ready to go back to owner for re-assembling.
Gauge bulbs being sorted in the dash of a MG RV8, not the easiest things to get at.
TR5 having some electrical problem sorted.
Customer's car having its old engine removed and shortly having a new uprated one fitted.
Heater system being fitted to a early MGB
Here shows the sub frames on an MGF having been blasted and powder coated and then being re-fitted using a Suplex coil spring conversion.
Below are some recent workshop pics, so nice to have so many variations to work on.
Workshops very busy with MG Midget body work, MG TF mechanical work, MGB Roadster engine work and various interior upgrades etc, MG TA engine work.
So many great cars to work on as well as the finishing of the Magnette, the MGB GT, work on a MG RV8, and start of the Land Rover re-build.
Below are some pictures that show some of the vehicles being worked on.