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Repairing the 110 chassis

With the chassis stripped down, it was time to assess the work that was needed.   There were a couple of small patches that needed repair, which were simple enough.

The worst bit was the "repair" that had been carried out by an MOT garage for the previous owner.  The rear cross-member had been replaced, and I think it's fair to say that the welding is as bad as I've ever seen!

A rebuild of the rear chassis legs was required before going off to get shot-blasted, ready for painting.

Next was a coating of Zinga for protection, and a top-coat of black chassis paint to keep the appearance standard.