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  • D Burns22 December 2014

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  • Paul S Jennings22 December 2014

    Steve, Thanks a million for showing those photos. Frank, you did a wonderful job and should be commended for getting these photos for the rest of the world to see! I just bought a complete set of grommets for the TF from Moss and discovered, because of these photos, not a damn one of them is correct! Moss is getting way down on my list for parts anymore. Man I love these photos! So much informatio...

  • D Burns22 December 2014

    I have just fitted a glovebox stainless steel door stay. It is very much similar to the ones fitted to Morris Minors but will not rust. I think they look quite nice. I just have to fit different screws as I only had the square drive screws at hand.
    Regards
    Declan

  • Andy Phillips (frankenfrog)22 December 2014

    Could you put the wheels on a lathe and take some meat off the mating face where the wheel fits against the brake drum ?

    Effectively giving yourself more off set ?

    I would be able to do that with my alloys as there is plenty of thickness there...

  • RS Hughes22 December 2014

    You're right, Steve. I was a bit hard on Uncle Joe, I guess! That said some of the stuff fitted to 50's motorcycles was pretty nasty. Not only Lucas, Miller as well. And you're right again about some Italian kit. I had endless trouble with electrics on both my 70's Ducatis until I fitted secondhand Japanese parts :-)

    The real problem is overloading as you say. In my car a previous owner had...

  • m.j. moore22 December 2014

    I would guess that the two screws for the top catch were originally 5BA which is basically 1/8" OD. The ones that Todd Clarke supplies are neither 4-40 nor 5BA but diameter is close to 5-40. The nuts he supplied were Nylock and no spring washers were needed.

    The bottom latch is held by screws that go right through the metal hood frame and into the wood so they would have been woo...

  • R Williams22 December 2014

    I have seen that one Mike, it does look good, I may well travel and see that one after Christmas if it is still available,

  • Steve Wincze22 December 2014

    A search of "SURVIVOR TF" resulted in this,,,,

    http://www2.mg-cars.org.uk/cgi-bin/gen5?runprog=mgbbs&access=41721752800099&mode=archiveth&subject=8&subjectar=8&thread=2013112801205031800

    You just will not find a more complete survivor in any better condition !!

    Steve

  • Ray Lee22 December 2014

    Should learn to read all posts as Jack has already answered this.
    Sorry Ray TF 2884

  • Paul S Jennings22 December 2014

    I think it's about time someone show and original engine from a survivor in it's original un molested colors. There are too many variations out there and they all are supposed to be correct! In the eyes of the beholder I guess, but that doesn't cut it. Anyone have photos of a true survivor un molested engine? Just survivor photos please. PJ

  • 1962 MGA MKII FOR SALE

    Originally from the state of Virginia, now in Minnesota. Has always been garaged and has never been driven in snow. I have owned it about 12 years.
    Exterior is straight and rust free. It was repainted shortly before I bought it. The chrome is aftermarket. Like new Michelin radial tires.
    The dash is original but could use redoing. The rest of the interior has been redone. The carpet needs to...

  • 1954 1250 MG TF MIDGET

    An authentic, heritage certificate supported UK car, owned and cherished by 3 generations of the same family since 1969. The car comes with a comprehensive history dating back to 1970.

    The car has just been subject to a 4 year body off restoration by West Cheshire MG Restorations (http://www.westcheshirerestorations.co.uk) where it's currently being held pending a successful sale, and as yo...

  • MG TF 2005

    TF 2005 Firefrost red with half leather black interior only 17200 miles.
    Last of UK built cars with softer suspension and glass heated rear window
    New tyres, discs & pads all round.(Changed for age not wear) car in pristine condition 4000.00
    Photos on request.
    Kent UK
    07505718348

  • 1960 MG MGA CONCOURS RED

    Exceptional 1960 MGA, to concours standard restoration. Red with tan leather interior and top. Recently on cover and 5 page article in MG enthusiasts magazine. Lucas driving lamps, toolkit, tourneau, lots of history RHD every attention to detail and upgrades including front and rear anti-roll bars. Reg mark xxx YUM No expense spared. Near Peterborough. 40,000 ovno
    Serious Enquiries at this pri...

  • 1975 MG MIDGET FOR SALE

    A beautiful red, 1975 MG Midget 1500 for sale in Buckinghamshire, UK.

    This car has 55,000 miles from new and a large service history. Garaged for the past 13 years and on superb condition.

    The car has just undergone a lot of work, and is well worth a look.

  • MGB ROADSTER

    MGB Roadster 1975 British Racing Green. Last of the chrome bumper model with the number plate lights in the bumper. This car has been fitted with rare chrome Rostyles wheels. Good solid car it has had extensive body work in the past. Parked up shortly after its MOT. Has been stored inside since being laid up. Chrome work is in very good condition throughout. Needs re-commissioning .Pioneer cd...

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