Member ID: mruanejrMember Status: Silver Member
Westwood, NJ, USA
Member Since: 2006-06-05
Home Site: The MG Experience
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Software developer in Northern NJ; had a friend with a Midget in 1983; finally got my own!
5 Vehicles -- Total mileage: 237,941 mi (382,929 km) -- Average age: 1967
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Posted on: Sunday April 28, 2013
America on Wheels has finally let me have Mrs. Peel - 1964 MGB - back, after a year of imprisonment in a warm, dry, climate controlled area Glad to get her on the road again!
Posted on: Monday October 22, 2012
After a few weeks of non-structural cutting and cleaning, I got down to some serious work this weekend. First, I started to rebuild one of the two battery boxes. When that was done,I ended up patching the passenger-side convertible top mount - that piece that the thess screws go into. FInally, serious sill work began. After bracing the passenger side door opening, I removed the pressure treated lumber that was holding the car together, and then cut out a lot of rusty metal.
Posted on: Tuesday October 2, 2012
Back in April of 2012 I acquired this car, believing it was in better shape than it was. Body seemed pretty good, floors were still carpeted and seemed pretty solid, and the underside seemed 'surface' rusty from being in a barn. Got it home, began disassembling, and found out the truths. After removing the seats and carpeting, I discovered that the floors were cut out, replaced with aluminum road signs, and then fiberglassed in place. I also discovered a line of large bolts through the pas...
Posted on: Tuesday September 6, 2011
This past weekend we started putting pieces back *on* the GT. After I had bent some replacement brake lines, my son Tim and I installed the rear rain gutter trim, rear quarter windows bottom trim, rubber seals, and the glass and finishers. I did the passenger side, Tim did the driver. Jeremy ended up connecting the gas tank filler tube. Wiring harness and hydraulics are next...
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