If you've missed Mark's series in Practical Classics, you can see the earlier articles here
To see the Practical Classics articles you will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader. If you don't have this you can download it free from Adobe.
Part 1 - November 2005 Coming soon!
Mark chooses his MGB to restore and starts taking it to pieces...
Part 2 - December 2005 (2MB)
Having surveyed the metalwork mountain he needs to climb, TV's Mark Evans reveals how he tackled the restoration of his decrepit 1973 MGB's bodyshell...
Part 3 - January 2006 (12MB)
Who'd have thought toilet seats, Jeremy Vine and cats would be so crucial to the project? The 3am workshop sessions must be getting to Mark Evans...
Part 4 - February 2006 (7MB)
When the engine you're rebuilding is rushed to A&E in the back of a taxi, you know things aren't going as planned. Mark Evans' workshop capers continue...
Part 5 - March 2006 (8MB)
Rejuvenating and refitting the axles and suspension proves a real ingenuity test. Thank goodness for the lemon cake and Les's special tools, says Mark Evans
Part 6 - April 2006 (12MB)
When the paintjob goes down badly, the heater breaks and the screen-fitting is agony, stay positive. At least your workshop colleague isnít as flatulent as usual...