Mark Evans embarks on a brand new project, transforming a 1974 chrome-bumpered MGB Roadster from an unloved rust-bucket into a pristine classic car.
Mark strips down the engine, starts work on the body-work and takes a trip to the Heritage factory where new MGB body shells are still being made.
The time comes for Mark to replace the MGB's three-part sill structure, strip and refurbish the rear axle and dismantle the differential.
The body of the MGB arrives back from the bead blasters, and Mark visits a specialist engineering company who are refurbishing the over-drive unit.
Pete heads off to the engine workshop with the MGB's old engine, leaving Mark and the team to carry on building up the block, crank and pistons.
The rear axle is fitted to the MGB's shell using springs, plus Mark turns his attention to the gearbox as the new overdrive is fitted.
Fitting the MGB's handbrake proves troublesome for Mark, while building the upgraded heater from scratch also causes some problems for the team.
After stripping down the MGB's seats, door panels and centre console, Mark takes the bare bones to the seat surgeons for re-covering in red leather.
Mark glass bead blasts the engine inlet manifold, but soon finds there's a problem with the MGB's exhaust. Can he find a solution?
Mark is behind schedule, and with the MGB's lights and the boot, bonnet and badges still needing to be fitted, it's a frantic sprint for the finish.