Restoration Project Update: 1953 MG TD

Written by on December 15, 2017 in MG, Restoration with 0 Comments
MG TD Restoration

Shaping up!

Our 1953 MG TD restoration project is now back from paint and body repair and looks fantastic. This car had lived on the east coast for many years and unfortunately had lots of rust and wood rot. Luckily, with Moss Motors right around the corner from us, we were quickly and easily able to source all the body repair panels and wood framing we needed to restore the car. For this work, we turned to our friends over at Acme Autobody here in San Luis Obispo. Rod, the owner, is a great guy and did a fantastic job repairing and restoring the body on this TD for us.

MG TD Restoration

The next step for us is to get it built back up. The body is not coming off the frame on this restoration, but we’ll be rebuilding all of the suspension and brake parts all the way around. We’ll also be completely rewiring the car and going over every component making sure that everything is functioning and working correctly. Once it’s up running and driving just the way we want, we’ll get started on the upholstery.

MG TD Restoration

Click here to see our first post on the project.

Comments and questions are always welcome, and make sure to check back for updates. You can also hop on over and like us on Facebook where we announce new posts on all ongoing restoration projects. If you’re fan of the MG T series, we have several others under restoration that we will be sharing shortly, so stay tuned.

And now for the photos!

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