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  • SR Smith 101 August 2014

    Ahhhh, the legendary Russet Brown!


    Very popular colour choice for a BL car in the 70's, it was available on the whole range I think.



    I owned an Allegro estate that colour once.

  • J G Bagnall01 August 2014

    Sounds to me that the clutch slave cyl is very stiff/almost seized and pushing the pedal down has disengaged the clutch which is not seized therefore the gearbox turns but no connection to eng.
    Garth

  • F W Abel01 August 2014

    About 4 months ago I started having trouble with my car dying at intersections. The California lights are long and sometime before the light turns green the idle will decline rapidly and the car will die. If I rev the engine while idling it seems to make it die faster. It seems to happen more often when it's hot outside and when I have a passenger. It seems to happen soon after going to a store, t...

  • F W Abel01 August 2014

    About 4 months ago I started having trouble with my car dying at intersections. The California lights are long and sometime before the light turns green it will pretty rapidly lose the idle quickly and die. If I rev the engine while idling it seems to make it die faster. It seems to happen more often when it's hot outside and when I have a passenger. It seems to happen soon after going to a store ...

  • W. A. Chasser Jr01 August 2014

    I wish I had done that before I had put my switch all back together. There wasn't anything on my faceplate but chrome. Newbie me didn't know any better. Not looking forward to tearing it back apart as it was a real Bas---d to get back together. Ugh!

  • D W DuBois01 August 2014

    I don't believe that the oil gauge is attached to the stabilizer, it has its own electronics/regulator in the unit that screws into the oil gallery. Cheers - Dave

  • D W DuBois01 August 2014

    Dave - As long as the heat shields are intact and you don't drill, saw ,file or otherwise abrade the asbestos, there is not much danger from it. Put them in a plastic bag and seal the bag, then put the bagged heat shield in another plastic bag. Call your disposal company and ask what hoop you have to jump through to get rid of the heat shield. Cheers - Dave

  • Steven Devine01 August 2014

    Bud,

    Give Joe a call tell him I sent you....He is a good guy and will help if he can.

    1 401 451 0444

    Joe Sackal

    R.I., USA

    I have all kinds of new and used parts , FENDERS SEATS,TOPS, BONNETS,HOODS, DOORS, LIGHTSS ,ENGS,TRANAYS, ,948,1275 1500,SEATS Cushions AND COVERS ANYTHING YOU MIGHT NEED I HAVE, Joe

    He has sold off a lot of stuff but maybe there...

  • Christopher Couper01 August 2014

    I think all the wiring harnesses from the respectable vendors are spot on. I have never had a problem with any of them. The only real issue with the harnesses is that in many cases you have to order them in parts, so make sure you pay attention to what you are ordering.

    Moss does not supply the white/black coil wire for some reason.

  • Steve S01 August 2014

    British Car Forum has an active Triumph forum.

    http://www.britishcarforum.com/bcf/forumdisplay.php?18

  • BRG MG MAESTRO TURBO NO. 354

    For sale is my MG Maestro Turbo in British Racing green. No. 354

    I have owned this example for 4 years and I have used it as a summer weekend run and show car, so I have only put about 3000 miles on it. Being a modern MG/Rover enthusiast I have carried out some work to the car to keep it in good condition. It is in near original condition with only minor discreet modifications.

    Due t...

  • MK1 MIDGET

    Period modified tartan red mk1 midget,Oselli 1098 engine,lcb manifold,servo assisted and aeroquiped brakes.twin su carbs,
    runnung on wide steel rims custom antiroll bar,body modified
    flared arches speedwell external door catches,refurbished interior alloy steering wheel smiths revcounter,hardtop/softop/tonneue cover.currently on sorn.will require brake overhaul as master cylinder has seized ...

  • MG MIDGET GROUP A RACE CAR. VERY COMPETITIVE, HUGE SPEC

    This MG Midget has a lot of history, being a very competitive car throughout its racing life. This car is now being sold on for the next generation to enjoy.
    The car has been competitive since the early Modsports days where it enjoyed great success. The Midget has had several upgrades to start getting it ready for competing but will need certain items, listed below.

    The car has a a grea...

  • 1966 MGB ROADSTER

    Show car condition #2+ (Hagerty criteria).
    Exterior Red with black leather interior and red piping.
    Local and regional car show winner.
    Rebuilt in 1998 on new Heritage body shell with special attention to Mk 1 configurations.
    Overdrive model.
    Chrome wire wheels with brand new tires.
    Tonneau cover.
    All instrumentation and switches in working order.
    1000 miles average per sum...

  • 1960 MGA 1600 MK1 ROADSTER

    !960 MGA 1600 Mk1 Roadster in speedwell blue. Same owner since 1971. Genuine 56000 miles. Never rebuilt or restored. Always been dry stored, little used,but always kept in running order.Original green log book, every MoT. cert since 1971.Original leather seats. Original steering wheel. Original cross ply spare wheel in boot. Steel wheels with original Ace Alloy full wheel covers. Luggage rack, per...

  • CONCOURS TA TICKFORD FOR SALE

    This is a complete nut and bolt restoration costing thousands, full receipts and photographic details before and after. has won prizes at all shows entered. avery unusual crowd puller. hood and interior by Suffolk and Turley in blue and cream
    engine all original numbers as with Salmons parts. runs quiet and smooth as it should. everything works as it should. 40,000 for quick sale.

LBCarCo

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