Drill out and plug is the best solution. I have been using Urethane glue/ Moisten the plug slightly and the drilled area on the body. Put urethane glue on the plug, insert and clamp with wax paper under the clamp surface.
Urethane glue expands as it cures, so the next day you may have to trim the surface flat. You will end up with a rot-proof, waterproof repair. .. CR
Heading for the ferry to Dublin a bit after lunchtime yesterday (18th), about 25 or so miles from Cherbourg I passed a small convoy of nice sprites/midgets, led by a very nice frogeye in BRG. Cheery waves all round, though I was driving my modern car so obviously very jealous. Anyone on here been enjoying the French sunshine? dennis
are you, your Spridget, rev counter, speedo or GPS device cider drinkers by any chance(?). :)
If your GPS is a free "App" on a phone it's refresh rate could make it inaccurate. One of the best examples of an oxymoron I can think of is a "smart-phone". I'm sure these and Alphabet/Google, Microrsh*t and Amozonion will lead us to the end of the world sooner than later.
UMG-315. Imported to Canada in 2006. Right hand drive. Halogen headlights. New braking system. Heater. Boyce Motometer. Original owner & technical manuals. 11,200 miles since 1996 restoration (possibly less than 22,000 miles in total). Valued at $18,000 US. Quite negociable. Very good condition. Photos : https://sites.google.com/view/1951mg-ya/ Gilles Bachand, Montreal Canada, phone: 1-...
For sale, my 1953 YB with original YMG number plate. Older restoration (1996)and gradually improved in my 14 years of ownership, including re-covered seats and just been re-wired. Maintained in my ownership by Peter Edney,Classic and Sports Car, MG Mecca (see their home page photo) and my local garage. Photos available. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01359408130 (Bury St.Edmunds...