MGA frame restoration

MG MGA chassis frame restoration

  Having started the restoration of our 1960 MGA 1600 roadster, the first step is in restoring the MGA chassis frame. This was quite the challenge, as the chassis had suffered from severe corrosion, and various attempts to keep the rusting metal together. With a methodical approach and some perseverence, we saved this chassis from […]

MG TD restored

This red MG TD was bought by us in California back in 2015. The car at that time was a running, unrestored project car with a solid chassis and body. We sold the car to a Dutch MG enthusiast, born in the same year as the car: 1952. Having restored several classic cars before, owning […]

Triumph TR3A brake service Dandy Classics workshop

DOT 5 brake fluid in your classic car? Don’t do it!

Although at Dandy Classics we are always interested in innovative products for classic cars, we have a rather traditional approach in our workshop. Our cars were designed to be serviced in a certain way, and one needs to respect that while also taking into account the many innovations in lubricants, coolants and other fluids. Take […]

Triumph TR2 better than new after epic restoration

The term barn find, although much used these days, does not completely apply to the 1955 Triumph TR2 featured here. We bought this car 3 years ago in Idaho, USA. It had been parked outside under a tarp, awaiting better days. The short door TR2 was battered up after a rough life as a track […]

10 winter storage tips for your classic car

Most of us treat their classic car(s) with care, like a member of the family. When autumn sets in, many classic car enthusiasts start preparations for winter storage of their vehicles. However, stagnation is deterioration. After a long uninterupted period of storage, problems may occur when spring time comes. With these tips your classic car […]