This stunning example of the famous French sports car came in for a rolling road session to improve some poor driving characteristics on the road. The car competed in the 1969 Tour de France with driverJean-Claude Andruet. The car has been with it’s current owner for 22 years and is driven on the road regularly.
This MG Midget is in for some extensive upgrades. The engine is out for a refresh along with a hotter cam and some head work. Along with some other preparation work the gearbox is being rebuilt with one of our Quaife dog engagement gear sets and an LSD will be installed in the axle. This tidy example is built around a very good body shell and with the new improvements should prove to be very competitive.
Goodwood asked if we could bring the Metropolitan and the Ford Falcon to their Breakfast Club event last Sunday. Goodwood wanted to display a selection of cars that are competing in this years Revival outside the Jackie Stewart Pavilion. Luckily the weather was superb, as was the breakfast. Always a great event.
We can confirm that the British Touring Car legend John Cleland will be sharing the drive with Shaun Rainford in the Nash Metropolitan at this years Goodwood Revival. John first drove the car on it’s debut at the 2012 Goodwood Revival in the rain. His mastery of the slippery conditions can be seen in the video below. Since that time the car has been through some development and is a lot more competitive. We cant wait to see what John can do this year.
The BMW 3.0 CSL is coming together fast now. Most of the hard work is done. The wiring loom is in, all of the running gear, brakes, engine and fuel injection are all in place. Waiting now for the upholstery to come back and the glass from polishing. Hoping to have this back on the road by the end of the summer.