The rusty transition between the side wall and front end before...
…and after repair using newly welded sheet metal.
Rusty sills: the A pillars were also beginning to rust through.
Several sections of the outer sills had to be replaced with new parts.
Scrubbed cable insulation and missing paint on the undertray.
The mudguards and door panels were filled before being primed and painted in Snowberry White.
The undertray is left in the same colour as when the MG left the factory.
The freshly painted engine compartment: all seams were sealed with the ex-factory sealant.
Only the wheel arches were enhanced with paintable stone chip protection.
The dashboard is rewired.
The new wiring harness in fabric sheathing next to the new fuel pump.
The wheel suspension was sandblasted and originally painted black – and not powder-coated.
The front axle, which takes a lot of strain from the weighty six-cylinder engine, was fitted with new shock absorbers.
A new insulation mat for the freshly painted bonnet.