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Let the work begin...

The UK based team of are at the Practical Classics Classic Car & Restoration Show and work began on our cars first thing this morning and throughout the day progress has been good...

...we have had considerable fun, laughing and joking with each other and chatting about almost everything! The stand was very busy at points during the day and a healthy number of new members have joined the club and of course many existing members have been along too and chatted about their cars.

Work on three of the four cars on display will continue over the weekend but so far Simon with help from Rory’s jack got the Morris off the ground, track rod ends undone and the steering column out – clearly Simon will have to step up his pace in order to get the steering rack changed on this, his brother David’s car by Sunday evening!

A little more was achieved on the Wolseley; there has been an oil change, the radiator is out, so too the dynamo, water pump and thermostat housing, whilst at the back of the car Emily has painted the rear subframe and parts of the underbody – the makeover will continue!

On the Austin, Michael and Alan have replaced the dynamo, the coil and fitted electronic ignition – it just needs to be made to work now!

If you can join us over the weekend then come and be part of the fun in Hall 5, Stand 375, right next to Dream Rides, otherwise we will keep you posted here – watch this space!

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