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  • Bruce Cunha27 January 2015

    Chris.

    And information on the oil pickup used in the TD? I know there was a strainer type and also a horn type pick up. I am wondering when they changed from one to the other.

  • Mark O27 January 2015

    Agree with Daniel...but if you really must why not just a simple electric fan heater directed to the block, possibly via ducting, and for added luxury, on a timer plug?

    Bit cheaper than 400 quid.....

  • Paul Barrow27 January 2015

    My car - Y 5270 was originally Almond Green Metallic Matthew. When I had it resprayed I used the formula I have given on the colors page at http://www.mg-cars.org.uk/imgytr/colours.shtml and it was actually a very good match for the original paint chips we found.

    Paul

  • William Revit27 January 2015

    10 points John
    I just tried to explain simply without sounding too---

    cheers willy

    I've even resorted to , or the bank has, to having axles gun drilled to get a bit of whip in them but it costs big time

  • William Revit27 January 2015

    A glass jar. I suggest a jar of raspberry jam of the correct diameter, then you would have something you could eat afterwards
    That'd be nice
    lol
    willy

  • R W Bowers27 January 2015

    I put some 2mm rubber sheet between the mount and the hose and cable tied it to the hose. Stops the abrading of the hose.Cheers

  • Christopher Couper27 January 2015

    Peter: Thanks for pointing out the part numbers in the WSM. I cannot find these part numbers in the parts book.

    Still trying to find out evidence of the years.

    So far the brochures I have list Almond for 1950 and 1951 with beige interior and Woodland in 1952 and 1953 with green interior.

  • Frank Bice27 January 2015

    Those look fantastic! I also wonder, do you plan to produce them for sale, or would you describe the materials and process?

  • Bruce Cunha27 January 2015

    Looks like posts have slowed down a bit, so I thought I would start a conversation on what are you currently working on.

    I am rebuilding the motor on my 67 BGT. My days are busy, so it is going slow Got the cam end thrust adjusted yesterday, so hopefully I will get the cam in and the crank gear/timing chain on shortly.

  • Geoffrey M Baker27 January 2015

    Congrats! I love that trailer. .. Someday I will make one!

  • MG VA SALOON

    1939 Saxe Blue VA Saloon. 3 owners from new and in current ownership since 1990 following restoration then. Complete history with bill of sale and receipts. In very good running order and ready to enjoy. Please ring for more information and photos Offers over 20k invited.

  • 1971 MG MIDGET MK3 GAN5 (SQUARE WHEEL ARCH)

    Full restoration onto new Heritage shell completed in 2005.
    Only 2 owners I purchased from the one original owner in 2000.
    Genuine 111,200 miles from new rebuilt at 98,516 with less than 13,000 dry, salt-free miles since restoration. Always garaged
    BMIHT Certificate
    Original, distinctive registration number
    Original rebuilt engine and gearbox
    Tax-exempt; Mot until 15 Septe...

  • MGA ROADSTER

    After 16 years ownership,I need a car for the grandkids. Purists,read no further.. mine is a 57 with upgrades to make it a great tourer..Sierra 5spd. moss conversion,1800 B motor balanced header stainless exhaust,MGA disc brakes,stainless lines,pertronix distributor,elextric fuel pump,Moss minilite knock offs,new 195/65/15's, walnut dash,original in primer also,3:90 banjo B axle,new disc pads,r...

  • 76 B FOR PARTS OR RESTORATION

    Good engine overdrive transmission. Many extra parts (hoods, fenders etc lots of switches and electrics as well. also have right hand drive steering gear and dash. Extra wheels (spin on). $1500 for all. Buyer arranges shipping. Call or Email (308)672-6294 or jkohut65@gmail.com

  • MG MAESTRO 2.0EFI

    1987 model in Blue. Very good condition, bit of rust on o/s/r wheelarch, but solid elswhere.
    89k miles, drives well, new tyres, mot 06/11/15. As the advert says - eats Golf Gti's, and most modern hatchbacks but still returns 40mpg!
    Pictures can be emailed if requested.
    1795.00 ono.Can deliver if required. for more info Tel: 07836 337747 or email: p.mailer@btconnect.com

  • 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...

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