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  • P Bentley26 August 2016

    Hi to all.
    Anyone know if I you can still get the plastic collars that go between the seat bolt head and the captive base in the wheel arch. I had a look at Moss and the MGOC and I can't seem to track them down.
    A bit of Nylon and a lathe would see this sorted but I have neither !!

  • Paul16126 August 2016

    Yes your right Jan, not made out of the same material as the originals, but the cost of an original and then most likely having to have it restored is over the top for a non concurs car. By the time your done, you could have a ton of money in them, not going to happen here for a pair of lights. I will say, they look nice and are very bright. I used a relay in the system to take the pressure off th...

  • David Billington26 August 2016

    I use cellulose or 2 pack stopper to fill small imperfections as I find it sand far easier than filler.

  • Shanerj26 August 2016

    Only a pity, Steve, that WD 40 relates to water dispersant not War Department... Must spend less time on here and more getting the car ready for Revival in 2 weeks.
    Shane

  • T Mason26 August 2016

    Out of interest does anyone on here use cellulose putty to finish off? Ive not had to do any bodywork for a while but its something I always used to use to get rid of those small imperfections.

    Trev

  • J P Hall26 August 2016

    Mr Akai, I use EP90 oil in several older MG gearboxes, but have long been happy with 20W50 in the'73 BGT box. I'm happy with that and whilst, as you say, the MGB manual speaks of 20W50 in the gearbox, I'm also not particularly at odds with the statements in your first couple of paragraphs. Since the 1960s, I accept that oil chemistry has moved forward to keep pace with engine, transmission and di...

  • J Targosz26 August 2016

    Be careful. Original Lucas items are brass, including the bottom nut. Only steel part is the threaded stem but new ones are available. Repros are fully steel and can rust.

    Jan T

  • David Smith26 August 2016

    Nick - I'm surprised you didn't know that bridge, it's the one on the cover of the Five Bridges Suite by the Nice! (or are you just that bit younger than I thought?)

  • G Woodfield26 August 2016

    Wow I want one of those, thanks for the prompt reply.

    Cheers Geoff

  • Paul16126 August 2016

    Not done yet, lining up and wiring, but they do look nice.

  • 1958 FROGEYE FOR SALE

    Up for sale is my 1958 Frogeye. I purchased the car in Jan 2015, having been recently reimported from South Africa where it had spent its entire life. Insurance agreed value is 25k.

    Information on the car is below:

    - 1958 car (AN5\3009). Fully restored in South Africa with photos to prove.
    - Original 948cc engine (matches heritage cert) now on 1 1/4 twin carbs, (develops 56bhp)....

  • MGA 1600 MK 2 COUPE

    Age now reluctantly forces me to sell my MGA Coupe mK 2 owned for 9 years Iris Blue original UK car with original reg 5 speed gearbox original engine 123 ign. chrome wire wheels Vredenstein tubeless tyres just completed 1000 mile tour of the north many mods for reliable driving agreed value 20k offers around 18500

  • 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...

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  • MGA ROADSTER BARE CHASSIS - DAMAGED

    MGA Roadster bare chassis ex Californian / solid steel several to choose from 1550 >2250

    Please call for me for further details 07831 288073

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