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  • dominic clancy29 July 2016

    At last a picture of the new tyres and new wheels on the car. The umbrella was found abandoned at the station by the Rhine falls.

  • P Hehir29 July 2016

    Joe that would be way above & beyond! I'm pretty sure I have most of what I need. However some really close, close ups of the edges of the back & the tacks would be great, along with an accurate diameter of the roll that seems to edge the back rest. Also that weird flap at the ends of the backrest is going to take some doing. Got some great pics from Roy, about 25 in all, which also show the inter...

  • J Tickle29 July 2016

    Deviating slightly but I love it when organisations create a name for themselves but don't consider (or maybe they do) the acronym e.g.
    Frost Auto Restoration Techniques
    or
    St Helens Institute of Technology



  • Bud Krueger 29 July 2016

    I only use mine as a security cover to protect the car from prying eyes and hands while parked overnight at hotels. Bud

  • Dave Hill29 July 2016

    What I use my cover for is this. You clean and polish the car then take it to a show, meet or a friends place. Its a sunny day, the car is looking good and you've got the hood / top down, but this is England, so sometime during the afternoon there is going to be a shower (maybe). So I throw the cover over to protect it - its quicker than putting up the hood and keeps the entire car dry. Twenty...

  • Jonathan Severn29 July 2016

    Take care using coke on aluminium alloy in case you end up with a brown-tinted anodised finish. I recently used some old Gunk driveway cleaner on an aluminium casting. It worked a treat for getting oil and crud off, but part of the aluminium was left in for too long and started to oxidise, and I think it took up a dark tint from the dirt in the solution (the Gunk also started to eat into the tappe...

  • tm peterson29 July 2016

    Wind whipping these covers chafes the paint as well. I had a commuter car at the Denver airport thought a nice car cover would be an ideal solution.. More damage to the paint than weather exposure would have caused, never again.

    Regards, tom peterson

  • Dave O'Neill 229 July 2016

    These people do 'mail order' chroming.

    I haven't used them, but their website looks quite impressive and they can give you a guide price before sending your item.

    http://www.chromefix.co.uk/index.php

  • Guyw29 July 2016

    So despite lots of advice freely given, no one can actually say what they paid for re-chroming a grill?

  • Dave O'Neill 229 July 2016

    I have also seen 'Impact School of Motoring'.

  • MG TF 135 SPRINT SE 2003

    I'm selling my 2003 MG TF 135 Sprint special edition. Finished in X-Power Grey with black/grey leather and alcantara interior.

    Being the Sprint model, it has a number of upgraded features such as a coloured hood (grey), chrome pack, front fog lights and the Sports Pack 2: ABS, uprated 304mm front disc brakes and callipers and 16" eleven-spoke alloy wheels. It also has the optional windstop...

  • YELLOW MGB

    I have a 1977 MGB for sale. Very good condition. Has roll bar, new top and stereo. Yellow with black interior. $8500 or best offer. Call or e-mail with any questions.

  • 1975 MGB ROADSTER CONVERTIBLE

    114,484 Miles---1800cc 4 Cylinder Engine---4 speed synchromesh gearbox--New tie-rod assemblies---new steering pinion---new distributor, rotor, plugs---New hose to radiator---dual exhaust---new 185/70/R-14 radial tires---NEW $4,000.00 Red Paint Job. "Health Issues Forcing Sale---------------
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    ***********$4,995.00**************

  • 1951 RARE GERMAN MADE TD FOR SALE

    Greetings,

    For sale is MGTD8873 CH/Only. This rare 1951 TD is one of the twenty-four TDs the Morris Garage sent to Germany in 1951 to have their bodies hand fabricated. This TD is one of the four known survivors from the original twenty-four.

    Since acquiring this car, I have installed a complete new brake system, exhaust system (non oem), head gasket, water pump, new Nexen tires i...

  • MG YA 1949

    MGYA 1949

    Nut and bolt restoration, consisting of:

    Chassis - stripped and rebuilt from ground upwards, with all parts refurbished.
    Engine - reconditioned and rebuilt to new standard.
    Gear box - stripped down, overhauled and serviced.
    Body shell - acid dipped and etch primed. Body repainted in black and all English white as per photographs attached.
    Windows - All...

  • URGENTLY WANTED/URGENTLY WANTED

    MGB, MGB GT, Midgets
    Especially fully restored/clean originals.
    Will view/collect anywhere U.K.

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