A new drip rail and wing fitted, and the body looked much better, having a chat to the bonnet with some lumps of wood, made it look much better too.


It was now time to remove the engine and front suspension. I didn’t have an engine hoist, so we unbolted everything, and “wheel-barrowed” the shell off all of the mechanicals.

Having a dig around with a screwdriver, it was now quite obvious that the nearside was as bad as the drivers side, so on with the Capri suspension, and off with the other wing.

The Purchase Initial Inspection Stripdown Putting It Back Finished? Moving On At Last The Next One Finally