1946 MG TC Frame-Off Restoration

In a previous post, we talked about a frame-off restoration. Yesterday, Custom Works by Michael finished a frame-off restoration they’ve put close to 1,000 hours into.

A 1946 MG TC, that was purchase in England, over thirty years ago, was brought to our hot rod shop, in hopes of getting a total car restoration. We did just that, using hardly any reproduced parts.

We refurbished, re-chromed, and re-used everything we possibly could.  The end product was a beautiful, restored MG TC that looks very nearly like it did, in 1946.


 The steps we took to complete this project required a full disassembling of the entire body. Once the body was off the frame, we media blasted and powder blasted all parts.

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We then prepped the body for paint, restructuring any parts that needed work.

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While the MG was in paint, work on the frame and motor began.

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Once all restoration steps were complete, Custom Works by Michael re-assembled the MG TC and finished the frame-off restoration.


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If you’re interested in talking with our experts at the hot rod shop in NC, contact Michael, at Custom Works by Michael.

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