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RestorerMG Bill Schultz

Bill Schultz

Member ID: RestorerMG
Status: Silver Member Silver Member
Member Since: 2006-05-01
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-01-11 08:43
Forum Activity: 2018-01-10 19:37
Forum Posts: 186

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1974 MG MGB HARVEST GOLD Bill Schultz

1974 MG MGB

1974 MG MGB Hunter Green Bill Schultz

1974 MG MGB

2 Vehicles — Total mileage: 111,792 mi (179,912 km) — Average age: 1974

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Rear Mounts And Cross Member Install

Posted on: Sunday November 26, 2017

While its fairly fresh in my mind, I want to list how I installed the Rear Mounts and Cross Member on the '74. The engine I put in is a '75 as the original engine is seized. Will be rebuilt in a year or two. Anyway, I cruised this site, the Bentley, The Haynes, YouTube and Googled every bit of info I could find - John Twists info on the variations was very helpful) - because of the posts on this site indicating it is a bear of a job. As it proved to be. Yes, after doing it a few times like oth...


Posted on: Saturday November 11, 2017

IMG 0513

Well, it was one year ago this week I bought and brought home my current 1974 B. I picked it up in Watervliet NY, just above Albany. The 80 plus miles to its new driveway was uneventful except for the awful noise of metal dragging on asphalt as we were passing through Stockbridge MA on the Mass Pike. Stan, the friend I hired to help me pick up the car with his car dolly, had the same look on his face as I did, thinking it was the drive shaft, exhaust system or worse when a please look cam over S...

Mystery Oil Doesn't Do It

Posted on: Wednesday November 30, 2016

Replaced engine with a "75

Post From When I Owned My First '74.

Posted on: Tuesday March 28, 2017

I have owned my MGB for since July 21 1998, ( my birthday). I have not had the time or space to do a complete restoration (long story) but intend to do so - someday. The car has run and given me minimal problems considering its age (and make). I did have a couple of rust spots, not the sills but forward of the wheel well on the rear quarter panels. I sanded and fiberglassed / bondoed those areas. The replacement parts include: New Master Brake Cylendar, New Kingpin - left side - need to do righ...

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