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  • Steven Devine19 September 2014

    Vermonters can be baby like, have you been there?

  • Prop and the Blackhole Midget19 September 2014

    Where will it all end? lol.

    A large nuke mushroom cloud covering th planet would be nice


  • Kevin McLemore19 September 2014

    Hmm. Len, I'm not quite sure how the rings and ring lands enter into this... why should this be a problem? Maybe I'm missing something? (Wouldn't be the first time!)

  • JA Benjamin19 September 2014

    Well I have not yet attempted to Install the right cover yet, or to redo the left cover.

    I have been working with the Contact cement in a can, Weld-wood Original, on the other parts I have done.

    The aluminized insulation was held down with Thermo-Tec Heavy Duty adhesive. This is what Summit Racing sells with the insulation.

    The spray stuff I used on the vinyl has not been h...

  • Lawrence Slater19 September 2014

    Oh yeah. I'd forgotten about that. I made sure I got my bike test out of the way so I could still ride decent stuff.

    I sold my yammy, bought a 500 Honda, and then bought my 750 bonny.

    I still fancy another bike.

  • richard weaver19 September 2014

    Hi all

    Can anyone help me ?

    Last obscure part I need for my resto ;

    I want to fit the original kangol static seatbelts

    I have 3 housings
    But only 1 of the webbing section ; as pictured

    Does anyone have a webbing section spare at all?



  • Lawrence Slater19 September 2014

    If you take it to the final conclusion, a new born baby will want independence from it's mother as soon as it's born.

    Where will it all end? lol.

  • Bayard DeNoie19 September 2014

    Pretty sure I have both front and back from a '57 A but will need to confirm on Monday

  • L Karpman19 September 2014

    Thanks again George. I've got some new pivot pins on the way. Hopefully that will solve the issue. Just out of curiosity, any idea how much RPM rise would be considered normal for fast idle before too much pull chokes the engine out?

  • B Mellem19 September 2014

    And this was one, it was a big mistake but once committed there was no going back


    Too many other projects and recent illness means I cannot continue to restore this car as it deserves. A once-cherished MGF has had new front wishbones, front discs, brake fluid, hubs, dampers, windscreen, glass hood, brake pipes and tyres fitted. PRT assembly and new coolant pipe available.78,500 miles.
    It needs the clutch bleeding and the underfloor coolant pipes replacing (available). S...

  • MG TD. RHD

    1950. TD with right hand dr
    Chrome wire wheels Paint could use help
    Runs very well.
    In the USA. Wisconsin. $16000


    1976 M.G.B Roadster

    Reg No: LMH 161 P
    M.O.T. Expiry: April 2015
    Chassis No: GHN5398095G
    Engine No: 18V847H-8641

    This B Roadster is ready to enjoy and rally. We are informed the car performs well with no known faults.
    There is some service history which may be viewed on request.

    Estimate: 2,200 - 2,500

    This vehicle will appear in our auction on Wedn...


    Built on a 1500 Heritage body shell including doors, 99% rust free.
    Lenham Midget rear body professionally fitted under the guidance of a member of the original Lenham Sports Car garage. Including a new un-fitted Le Mans bonnet.
    Frontline telescopic front suspension fitted, Spax telescopic rear suspension fitted.
    Includes the following parts:
    1275 gearbox, needs refurbishment


    Unregistered MG Midget 1500, Manufactured February 1979, delivery miles (9) Vermilion, red/black interior and black hood. Complete with all original paperwork etc. Waxoiled and dry stored from new. Not run recently so will require new battery and re commissioning. 15500.


    Show car condition #2+ (Hagerty criteria).
    Exterior Red with black leather interior and red piping.
    Local and regional car show winner.
    Rebuilt in 1998 on new Heritage body shell with special attention to Mk 1 configurations.
    Overdrive model.
    Chrome wire wheels with brand new tires.
    Tonneau cover.
    All instrumentation and switches in working order.
    1000 miles average per sum...


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