Now that the work on the body tub is complete, the aluminum panels can
be fitted. The hood is pretty close, but will neet a little fitting.
The trunk lid will also need some shaping. The constellation of holes
in the middle will hold the chrome MG logo.
Although the driver's door skin was so badly crumpled that it was deemed
impractical to save, the passenger's door is in much better condition and
here we see it ready to get pounded back into shape for re-attachment
to the body tub.
With the dashboard in place, and the aluminum panels all in position,
the body tub is beginning to look like a real car again!
Speaking of dashboards, this is how they were fitted at the factory.
This car has the vinyl covering on it, indicating that it's a 1600
MkII from near the end of the MGA's production run.