It was nice to see the Mustard Mk3 return for a service and some repairs this week. This is a lovely unmolested car in a great colour that drives as well as it looks.
We carried out a service and check over plus fitted some coil overs at the rear as it was sitting very low. Also repairs to the exhaust and a new drive gear for the electric window were all that was required to keep this car in perfect running order.
We have also been recommissioning a MK3 CV-8 that we think has been stood for over 20 years. So far we have refurbished all brake callipers as they were seized, fitted a new S/S fuel tank plus many other small jobs and are now waiting for the heads to be refurbished and converted to hardened valve seats as they were very worn and giving poor compression readings.
Also still in the workshop is the MK1 Interceptor which is now running and driving with its rebuilt engine refitted and running smoothly. We are now working through the many electrical faults on this car, only the sidelights worked correctly despite it coming to us with a new wiring loom fitted.
There will also be a new arrival later this week for some major mechanical works.