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  • Dave Squire29 October 2016

    Great David, I love it, chortling, and tears to the eyes stuff.

    But also seriously informative.

    Thanks, Dave

  • Dave O'Neill 228 October 2016

    Not that much of a bargain for UK buyers at the moment, due to poor exchange rates.

  • P Hehir28 October 2016

    My original sub dash had broken at that point & showed signs of a repair attempt. I saw it as a design weak point & at the time I wondered if some sort of metal brace could be added. After cutting out the new one & trial fitting both it & the new dash to the car I didn't think it was necessary. Nice to know that such an item exists. I may well knock one up. How thick is the metal? I could use a pa...

  • Dave O'Neill 228 October 2016

    I was recently looking into alternatives to the Princess 4-pots and came across Land Rover and Sherpa van calipers. I hadn't got as far as checking dimensions, but noticed that Brown & Gammons were selling Land Rover calipers on eBay.

  • George G.28 October 2016

    Well, as the auction pundits say..."well sold"!

  • David Billington28 October 2016

    Plenty of places sell the stuff just try using google, lots of places in the UK have an ebay presence, I would expect the same to be the case in the US.

  • S28 October 2016

    Where can you buy the polystuff to mix?

  • S28 October 2016

    Looks like the October surprise will be you can say
    "i love grabbing women by the pu$$y"

    and become president! lol!

  • WHTroyer28 October 2016

    Another picture from R Biallas in 2009 (date of the original thread).

  • D. Sander28 October 2016

    It could be that the metal was properally stripped and cleaned, however, the primer allowed moisture to seep in to cause the rust. You need to use an epoxy primer to properally seal the metal if the primer is not going to be top coated. For some time.
    Be well,


    This is a lovely rare classic MGB GT in very good condition for it's age.
    It is finished in the lovely Aqua Blue, making this car somewhat of a rare little gem.
    The car is a runner and is MOT'd until August 2017.
    This is a reluctant sale due to change of circumstances.

    Any questions or to arrange a viewing please message or call 07713537885


    Yellow MGTF, MOT until May 2017, New battery, Brake discs all replaced 2014 low mileage - 59K. Reasonable offers sort. Advertised locally at 1750. (I'm going to miss this car! But needs must!)
    Please email in first inst:

  • 1973 MG MIDGET RWA

    White.Off road since 2002.Unstarted project.Complete.Car runs with good oil pressure.Needs brakes/clutch sorting.Receipts for older restoration by MG Specialist prior to lay up but needs work.Offers.


    Frogeye,for restoration,completely dismantled long ago,dry stored,steel bonnet,h/s tops, 1100cc engine.300. Tel 01874 665631 (Brecon)


    Frogeye,for restoration,completely dismantled long ago,dry stored,steel bonnet,h/s tops, 1100cc engine.300. Tel 01874 665631 (Brecon)


    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)....