November 2, 2017

Collecting our 1991 TVR SEAC – J15 EAC

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It’s collection day of our 1991 TVR SEAC and we couldn’t resist taking our newest addition out for an extra long drive.

On the way back from East Bergholt our first stop was Raydon airfield for a photo opportunity.

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You can never have enough photos!

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Replacing the Capri sills

The Near-side inner and outer sill has now been completely removed from the vehicle ready for it to be replaced with new. The body panels are now in stock with us so Asa will be busy piecing the car back together soon. Hopefully we are almost passed the cutting out stage.

The car continues to hold it’s strength during this process using bespoke strengthening bars that we have fixed into position prior to the works going ahead.

The new sills are being temporarily fitted up to ensure that they fit neatly into position, this is a very important exercise to do as you do not want to fully commit without being confident that the panels fit where you need them to.