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  • William Revit28 May 2018

    Any tracer colours on the greens or just straight green

  • Greybeard 28 May 2018

    I found a photo taken the day in 1967 (?) that Sweden changed from driving on the left like gentlemen to driving on the right.
    They did this literally overnight.
    Must have been fun!

  • P Hehir28 May 2018

    Steve when you reassemble it make sure that there is a gap of about 1/2" around the lid to ensure the required airflow. Often the 6 tabs around the perimeter are bent flat. They can be gently opened up to achieve the correct gap. Cheers
    Peter TD 5801

  • SD Denham27 May 2018

    Thanks Tom for the brilliant suggestion, the steel scrubbers look like they will do a fantastic job!

  • Stuart Duncan27 May 2018

    And Aussie Daniel Ricciardo wins the Monaco Grand Prix
    Stuart

  • D Jacobs27 May 2018

    Willy. Thought you might like to know that have tried your suggestion of replacing the booster hose, and so far the car is running ok. I'll need to take it out a few more times to make sure that the intermittent fault doesn't reappear, but I'm keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks for your help.
    David

  • Colyn Firth27 May 2018

    Mike and Gary
    I assume that you ditch your soft-tops and just fit the Bimini top?

    I would love to do this as I really don`t enjoy driving with the soft-top up, but when it rains (and on all of our European trips over the last 10 years or so, it has rained really heavily at least once), I just wondered if your Bimini top will keep the inside of the windscreen clear of water.

    A...

  • Gary Lock27 May 2018

    Mike, that's the one. And John, no movement at all. We have travelled down our local M1 at 110K with it.

  • Greybeard 27 May 2018

    Aye you're right Nick, he's an MGA guy, but he's been on this board a lot, as well as the tech page. That's how I know about him, never having been a denizen of the MGA page.
    Steven's a funny guy; some of his exchanges with Prop were hysterical. I'd have thought he would have had something to say in this thread if he'd seen it.
    I do hope he's all right.

  • John Payne27 May 2018

    Sorry for starting a 'for sale' thread but I've been given the job of selling my Mum's car and as she lives about 100 miles away it's not going to be easy through the normal channels. It's a fairly special car as well so it might be of interest on here.

    The car is a 1998 Mk1 MX5 1.6 and my Mum and Dad owned it from new. My dad passed away a few months ago and my Mum has decided she doesn'...

  • 1964 MG MIDGET ROLLING SHELL

    I HAVE FOR SALE A 1864 MG MIDGE ROLLING SHELL. IT HAS A CLEAN TEXAS TITLE. THE WHEELS WERE REMOVED, SANDED, PAINTED AND REPLACED THE TIRES (MATCHING SET)

  • 2003 MG TF 1.8L 135

    , 42,000 miles FSH 1 years MOT

  • 1972 MGB GT FULL RESTORATION

    The car is presently fitted with bolted removable sebring valances as in photos, which can be unbolted and replaced with the original chrome bumpers as standard. The original seats, and wheels come with the car.

    Price : 3000

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    Will view/collect anywhere U.K.

  • FOR SALE/FORSALE/FOR SALE

    Large selection of quality MGB, MGB GT & Midgets.
    Most fully restored/excellent originals with
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  • 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!

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