James 1 carefully undoes the wing to bulkhead bolts. They came out well, and in good enough condition to be reused, unlike the bulkhead. With both 2 wings now taken off, the Series I instantly looks stripped out again, but you can see how the access to the chassis is instantly improved. The 3 nearside leg of the chassis is solid, with just the lightest surface corrosion (unlike the front panel). Just a rub down here and we’ll be painting. This right 4 side of the chassis, however, is a different story. More heavy pitting in a couple of spots means we’re cutting, grinding and welding again. The corroded 5 radiator front panel is unbolted. Repair is needed to the lower section. A bird’s nest was holding moisture against it! The steering drag link and the track 6 rod have been removed to give working clearance, here the steering box to relay steering rods are detached. After an hour with the scraper, wire 7 brushes and the D/A sander, the nearside is fully cleaned off, inspected, and confirmed to be solid metal.