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.
We then prepped the body for paint, restructuring any parts that needed work.
While the MG was in paint, work on the frame and motor began.
Once all restoration steps were complete, Custom Works by Michael re-assembled the MG TC and finished the frame-off restoration.
If you’re interested in talking with our experts at the hot rod shop in NC, contact Michael, at Custom Works by Michael.