A few photos of what my 1967 MGB GT looks like down in the barn. The car is still hanging from the rafters making it easier for me to get underneath. I’ve been slowly cleaning all the old oil and undercoating off the undercarriage.
The MGB GT looks pretty funny when you walk in.
Most of the engine compartment is now sprayed with primer. I’ll be giving this a light sanding and then spraying the area with hopefully a good match of what is close to the original Sandy Beige, a rare colour. When the MG was resprayed in the 1990’s Sikkens was used and the colour is a little lighter than the original. I prefer the Sikkens colour and hope I can match it accurately.
The inner wheel wells are almost clean enough for undercoating. The only bad areas are the stupid shelf at the top where years of sand and dirt had collected. I just photographed this area and unfortunately found my first real rust through issue.
The drivers side shelf. I’ll likely get some POR15 in there and add a layer of mesh.
The passenger side shelf has other issues. What a stupid design this area is! At least it shouldn’t be difficult to get everything under control.