MG Midget Reassembly – Day 1

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Work is now underway on re-assembling our 1966 MG Midget. It’s been a very good, productive day so far. Everything is looking so lovely as it’s nice and shiny.

When re-building a car or components of a car it’s always best to loosely fit the parts. This way, if you find you need to adjust parts later down the line you can do it easier and without causing any damage. There’s nothing worse than getting this far and then causing slight damage, it is so disheartening. Loosely fitting the parts will reduce the risk of damage.

Just a couple of minor alterations we still need to do; the rear bumper and rear number plate light is not fitting quite how we want them too so we need to concentrate a little bit more of our time to these areas.



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