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Leon Betts

Jackie has been doing some work on our 65 Mustang Fastback project including changing the block colour from blue to black and mocking up the engine bay ready for body work to commence.

Jackie has been doing some work on our 65 Mustang Fastback project including changing the block colour from blue to black and mocking up the engine bay ready for body work to commence.

As I write this post, Jamie is in the booth giving our EH pro-street project its final coats of primer. So more sanding for Jamie tomorrow!

As I write this post, Jamie is in the booth giving our EH pro-street project its final coats of primer. So more sanding for Jamie tomorrow!

Trent has striped all the trim from our tow truck and getting it ready for a new Ol' School Garage themed paint job.

Trent has striped all the trim from our tow truck and getting it ready for a new Ol' School Garage themed paint job.

Trent etch primed and deoxidined the 63 Jag body after it came back from the sand blaster. This will be Roland's first job when he gets back.

Trent etch primed and deoxidined the 63 Jag body after it came back from the sand blaster. This will be Roland's first job when he gets back.

And just to show you we are human here at Ol' school Garage...we are stripping the boot lid off the 69 Chevelle we finished earlier in the year. For reasons unknown, a couple of small imperfections have appeared in the boot lid only. Of course, we couldn't live with that, so we are repainting it for our customer.

And just to show you we are human here at Ol' school Garage...we are stripping the boot lid off the 69 Chevelle we finished earlier in the year. For reasons unknown, a couple of small imperfections have appeared in the boot lid only. Of course, we couldn't live with that, so we are repainting it for our customer.

As usual, there's lots going on at Ol' school Garage this week. Here are a few photos I took around the workshop today. And a big welcome back to Roland, our gun panel beater, who returns tomorrow from four weeks visiting family in Hungary.

Cheers Leon