It's amazing that it's been so long since there has been any progress on the Miura. I've spent my "car time" on the Urraco, and although it still needs a few minor things, I've been very happy driving it occasionally. (I can't wait until car shows start up again.) I almost started a concours restoration on my 1967 MGB (my first car) that's under the car cover in the background. That's another story, but I'll get to that one day. Now - finally - it's back to the Miura!
2/20/21: Back in the shop
The first step is to finish the body. With some weight in the car, all the panels are being checked for fit and the gaps are being adjusted. This panel behind the passenger door didn't align quite right with the rear clip and door, so a new section was fabricated.
This lower section of the engine bay frame looked a bit rusty from the outside, so the old panel was removed, it was cleaned out, painted with POR-15, and sealed with a new panel.
Working on all gaps has taken a couple of weeks, since the car went in on Feb 4.
Gapping is not done yet, but the shop needs to work on other cars too. My project will get two weeks on and then two weeks off so there won't be any news for a couple of weeks. But that's better than 11 years!