1952 MG "TD"
The finished car Our customer has owned this since 1956.  He drove it in and we began taking it apart.  What a mess!  We stripped down all suspension and chassis parts, powder coating 107 pieces total.  We rebuilt the suspension and brake system, then took apart the motor and trans, replacing all gaskets/seals etc and refinishing (it had great compresson and ran fairly well prior to taking it apart).  We then rebuilt the carbs and reassembled.  The body was completely stripped down to bare metal and many of the body timbers were replaced.  The interior (carpet & vinyl) and wiring harness was replaced, with the addition of turn indicators.  This car has returned back to Anchorage, Alaska where I'm sure it has the title of "the only restored TD in Alaska".

What a slimey mess!

Not a shortage of rust areas on this cowl

The complete chassis

Partial assembly


saying goodbye is never easy... homeward bound (Anchorage, Alaska)

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