A month ago I wrote about the rediscovery and daring restoration of Andy Varnam's Ogle, which seems to be a prototype car (click here).
Meanwhile, Andy certainly hasn't been sitting on his hands. I can say as he keeps me posted on the car's restoration. He bought new floor panels, sills, inner wheel arches and a rear subframe mount panel and started welding with what was left of the original car. In the meantime he'd also taken off the subframes and the engine out and brought these to the sandblasters and also blasted the bulkhead and firewall. A week ago he wrote: "Think all the welding is done. Just a clean up now." The body, by that time, had been on and off the chassis a few times for test fitting. Andy: "The body wants a bit of jiggering to get it correct on the chassis, but it seems to be okay."
Now that's what I call a cracking job - more to follow!