White Etype Rear Axel Building And Lead Hole Detection

By Craig Ranson
By Craig Ranson

Managing Director – Bridge Classic Cars

Scott has been rebuilding the rear axel for our 1973 White E-type Roadster. Everything has been replaced, refurbished and rebuilt to create a perfectly functioning rear axel.

James has also been doing some lead work on the E-Type as he works on fixing holes left by removing American modifications.

Chris has also rubbed down and primed the bonnet as well as the wheel arch on the bonnet which has been stripped of underseal and cleaned ready for epoxy primer. He’s then applied epoxy primer to bits for the bonnet.

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