Many of you already know how this is... As soon as the car entered the workshop it was completely disassembled.
But restoring a car is much more than restoring a car!
Restoring a car takes more time, dedication and work than the one you can appreciated on a body, an engine or an interior. Many may think that taking an inventory of car parts is a waste of time, but in reality it is a very important task that helps determine which parts to buy, which to fix, etc.
The ex-employee thought about doing a good job, but as quickly as possible, so the parts that were being removed from the car were not cataloged, or stored correctly. The whole process was quick, but messy, not very methodical and not very intelligent. After a while, the ex-employee understood that a restoration work would take more time than he had imagined, and the work stopped progressing, the time that was devoted to carrying out the restoration was less and less, until finally work was completely stopped.
The car was left abandoned in a corner of the workshop, it began to be used as a work table or even to store parts of other cars.
After a long time of arguing with the ex-employee, my cousin decided to take the car to another garage, where the situation was even worse!
Some pictures of the car in the second garage: