First image today of the main shell with paint. The outside is still finished in epoxy primer, whereas the inside has received its coat of Glacier White and looks great.
Gavin messaged me earlier requesting that I drop over the following parts for trial fitting – head lights, tail lights and chrome strips. I found the lights easily enough, but I had dumped the chrome strips during the strip down. A quick call to Moss sorted that out and I had the parts delivered by mid afternoon. He also highlighted an issue with the valance as he wasn’t sure how it was supposed to fit. I researched fitting of it on the internet and sent him some notes to clarify that I want a bolted on look, not all smoothed over as I think this looks more authentic to the original 1967 Sebring MGB-GT (see photo below).
My GT is not going to look quite like this, especially as being on standard springs, it will sit higher, but the photo indicates how good they look without bumpers.