The car is entered for both a race and a competition for best-looking vehicle.
Mark's car undergoes the Single Vehicle Approval Test.
Mark visits specialist suppliers for badges and brightwork.
Masking and priming; final painting.
Mark installs a wiring loom, connects electric components and fixes the car stereo.
Mark buys carpeting, door lining trimming and seat belts.
Mark chooses an authentic walnut dashboard.
Mark learns to rivet the body parts onto the chassis; vehicle engineer Robert Kemp provides tips.
Mark puts together the engine, gearbox, a new clutch and the exhaust.
A reconditioned engine is built up and bench-tested; Mark checks out some extras.
Mark installs axles, suspension hubs and brakes; engineer Dave Peters gives tips; creating a rolling chassis.
The rear axle is reconditioned; components are sent to be powder-coated; progress report on the engine.
Volunteers help strip the second-hand car of spare parts; the engine and gearbox are sent to a specialist for reconditioning.
Mark sets up his workshop and goes shopping for tools and a suitable second-hand car that will provide the spare parts.
Mark meets Ian Stent at the National Kit and Performance Car Show; Mark visits the factory where his kit is manufactured.