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  • Paul Barrow13 December 2017

    Hi Mel and Davina

    Very sorry to see you pass on the custody of your Y to new owners, but all good things come to an end. We have enjoyed having you around and as Richard says, please continue to be a virtual owner and visit here as often as you like.

    Paul

  • W A Chasser13 December 2017

    TRM. Yes thank you. I purchased several heaters from him. He is checking his inventory when he returns to the shop.

    Bill Chasser
    TD/c-8151

  • Barry Gannon13 December 2017

    Ray, Try Todd Clarke catalogue Page 14, Item 4, Dzus fasteners. Barry.

  • Ray Ammeter13 December 2017

    Is it possible to replace the battery cover fasteners? These are part number 470 710 in tbe Moss catalog, page 53. They look to be one piece, but unless they come apart I dont see how a person could replace them.
    Over the years the screwdriver has taken a toll on the head of the fastener.

    Ray

  • R Taylor13 December 2017

    An Englishman in Perth this week? That's brave! (lol)

    Regards
    Roger

  • G D13 December 2017


    I would be concerned about using wax, armer all or any slippery product on the steering wheel.

    I know that doesn't help with your question, sorry.

  • barneymg13 December 2017

    5/16-24-UNF thread, 1/2-inch wrench size. They are jam nuts, not holding the wheels on, only intended to keep the screw from coming loose. Take it easy, tighten it with a short wrench and your fingers so as not to stretch the threads out of the nut. If you scrape your knuckles undoing it, the last bloke made it too tight.

  • David Smith13 December 2017

    Willy does that also apply to Perth and Brisbane? (where I'm spending the coming few weeks).

  • Barry Gannon13 December 2017

    Lubricate cable?

  • David Smith13 December 2017

    stuff a suitable sized socket in the end, push right home, hold in place with double elastic bands or gaffer tape.

  • MGTF - 50K MILES 04 PLATE - 850 ONO

    Recently got a new job that means a fair bit of driving and the MGTF is no longer practical. I'm gutted but having to sell it - this car puts a massive smile on my face when I drive it!

  • TOTALLY RESTORED MGY

    MGY (A) from 1949. Right handed. In a very good condition. Totally restored after imported from Swiss years ago. The owner has had it dry store and only done small driving tours in summer time. Color: Red with Black Wings and Cream interior.

  • MG MIDGET 1963 MK1

    THIS MIDGET WAS SUBJECT TO A FULL RESTORATION IN 2002 WITH OVER 900 HOURS AND IN EXCESS OF 5,000 IN PARTS BEING SPENT ON IT.
    A FULL HISTORY FILE COMES WITH THE CAR WITH MASSES OF INVOICES/SERVICE SHEETS AND MOT'S
    THE MOT IN 2002 SHOWS 69,101 AND THE MOT THIS YEAR SHOWS 71,588 SO LESS THEN 2,500 MILES IN 15 YEARS.
    THE CAR DRIVES SUPURBLY AND THE ENGINE AND GEARBOX ARE EXCELLENT.
    SIDE S...

  • YT 4775

    This vehicle is for sale, garaged in Southern California USA. Presently offered at $35,000 U.S.

  • 1964 MGB

    1964 pull handle MGB with original engine; older restoration; rust free and straight sheetmetal; British racing green with black leather seats, black carpet and panels; roll bar, tonneau, top, wire wheels; 4 synchro trans.( I have a 3 synchro to go with it); British Motor Heritage paperwork; extensive repair/ restoration documentation; runs and drives very nice!

  • URGENTLY WANTED/URGENTLY WANTED

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

LBCarCo