If you have a classic car, you want it to be looked after when it needs a visit to the local garage. The last thing you want is a team that doesn’t understand or really what they’re doing, using the wrong methods or materials to repair your vintage vehicle.
At White’s Bodyworks, we have a long track record of classic car restoration and repair. One recent example is this delightful MG MGA which came in for a panel fabrication.
There are few cars that evoke images of the late 50s and 60s than this MG with it’s soft top roof and elongated bonnet. It’s the kind of classic car you could imagine running down to the Cannes film festival in, hobnobbing with the stars.
History of the MG MGA
The MGA first hit our streets way back in 1955 and was sold until it’s production ended in 1962. The original body design came from a model that was built for the 24 hours Le Mans race in 1951. When the MGA first came into our garage at White’s Bodyworks it certainly elicited a few expressions of awe from our experienced team.
There’s nothing our classic car team like to see than a vehicle that is steeped in history and really looks the part. The MGA is the kind of car you immediately want to sit in and get a feel for.
Panel Fabrication for the MGA
Creating a new panel is no easy job, especially when you’re dealing with a classic car like this. As we always do, we worked closely with the owner to work out a plan of action and cost up the job and give a realistic estimate of how long it was going to take.
Classic car panel fabrication is an art in itself and it’s not the type of repair job that you find in any ordinary garage. Luckily, the team at White’s Bodyworks really know what they are doing.
If you have a classic car that needs some professional care and attention, contact the White’s team today on 01273 933633.