Well, no surprise to see our 1934 MG PA sold to the first gentleman to see her. We knew it was a great car, a rare opportunity to buy a complete MMM project and there was a lot of interest. We tried the engine by hand and it was free as a bird.. the chap who bought it tried the engine in earnest and we're happy to report it's running beautifully by all accounts. I'm sure the car will be back on the road in no time and I'll be very happy to see it.
In other news our TC rebuild is continuing, although I'm probably taking longer than I ought to some jobs just take time. I've rewired the car entirely, replacing the rear D-lamps, fitting new indicators and was lucky to find a SFT462 fog lamp at Stoneleigh which sets the front end of the car off nicely. We didn't realise but the V5 document shows the car to have only had one previous owner. They were obviously in the Octagon car club at some point as two nice old badges came with the car. Having known Harry when he started the Octagon car club I was keen that these stayed on, they've polished up well and I'm very happy with the effect. Photo below shows the front end (bonnet not fitted), the wheels will be replaced soon.