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  • J P Hall19 June 2024

    ... and the sleeper: you can see the slab firewall with various conveniences.
    John.

  • J P Hall19 June 2024

    (a) I would very much like to know more, Willy - whenever and however you wish. Let me know how best to communicate.
    (b) I went for a Jaguar dark green, the tin says HER, and for some reason I thought there was a 003 involved - I can follow up if you need more.
    In the sun, the green jumps out more, but in the shade it can be mistaken for black. A couple of piccies to follow - plus a teaser...

  • William Revit19 June 2024

    10degrees--who'd live in Queensland.
    Interested in the colour of your car,I'm just doing mine now in Connaught green, looks similar to yours but i'd say from the pic. i'm a bit darker. Which green did you go for.
    There's a little trick I can run you through explaining the carbon deposits on your rotor if you want, I used to use it in apprentice training schools for the stubborn ones that wou...

  • A L SLATTERY19 June 2024

    For those of you who have Twin SU's (primarily YT owners, but there are a few Y's and YB's with Twins these days), have a look at the two images and spot the difference?

    The flexible links should be aligned at 90 degrees to each other - this allows for movement in the linkage in rotation with no binding on either carb spindle.

    Minimising wear in your spindles will give you many m...

  • Bruce Cunha19 June 2024

    NTG (MGbits.com) has them at $85 (US). Shipping from the UK is not all that bad.

    https://www.mgbits.com/contents/en-uk/p7140_Starting-Handle.html

  • J P Hall19 June 2024

    A chilly 10 degrees here this morning.

  • J P Hall18 June 2024

    Willy - mate, I've drawn so much benefit from your wisdom and your willingness to share it. You cannot feel bad just because I keep finding new and more obscure ways of making mistakes. I love this hobby, it excites me to tackle different jobs every day - 4 years retired already - plus of course running around with whipper-snipper and mower. Wouldn't be dead for quids.
    Yes, the Y is overall p...

  • Jeremy MkIII18 June 2024

    Billionaire John Cauldwell, who backed Johnson with 500,000 is now going to vote Labour as he believes they offer the best hope for the UK.
    It's the first time in 51 years he has not voted Conservative.

  • Bill Bretherton18 June 2024

    We classic owners might have to start paying road tax, say, but that would be a dip in the ocean for additional tax take needed by Labour to fund better public services etc. They're almost certainly bound to raise income tax as that's paid by most people and raises a lot of money. I would have mo objection to that as long as the personal allowance is increased.

    We don't want to have the r...

  • Dave O'Neill 218 June 2024

    I was recently looking at GEM Motoring Assist. Between looking and deciding to buy, the price went from 77 to 91.

    It looked like a good deal initially, as they cover any age of car. Their most cost effective policy is one where you pay the breakdown company for the call out, then claim it back. They do have an option where you dont need to do that, but the premium is higher.

    In the...

  • URGENTLY WANTED/URGENTLY WANTED

    MGB, MGB GT, Midgets
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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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    Viewing also available eves/w'ends.
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  • 1957 MGA COUPE

    Body off rust free car. 1800 cc. Five main at .060 over, Burgess fast road head and cam, alternator, high torque starter, header with 2 exhaust, Hoyle coil over front suspension, High Gear Engineering 5 speed gearbox, B front spindles with Wilwood four piston calipers, 75/100 watt tripod headlamps with relays. Black with black interior. Paint is base clear with some stone chips as I drive the c...

  • 1957 MGA COUPE

    Body off rust free car. 1800 cc. Five main at .060 over, Burgess fast road head and cam, alternator, high torque starter, header with 2 exhaust, Hoyle coil over front suspension, High Gear Engineering 5 speed gearbox, B front spindles with Wilwood four piston calipers, 75/100 watt tripod headlamps with relays. Black with black interior. Paint is base clear with some stone chips as I drive the c...

  • MG'S FOR SALE

    Large selection of quality MGB, MGB GT & Midgets.
    Most fully restored/excellent originals with
    comprehensive history.
    Viewing also available eves/w'ends.
    P/ex welcome
    01707 876089
    Visit our web site: www.mgsforsale.com

  • MG TA/TC/MGA/MGB/MGC/V8/MIDGET/SPRITE FOR RESTORATION ETC

    Wanted Wanted MG TA/TC/MGA/MGB/MGC/Migdet cars for restoration please call Edward [MG owners club member] on 07774484497 any time 7 days middx ps MGs for sale

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