Member ID: trymesMember Status: Gold Member
Concord, NH, USA
Member Since: 2008-09-08
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Owner of a '71 MGB GT, '69 MGC GT, a '59 Riley One Point Five, and a '71 Jaguar XJ6, plus assorted other non-British Iron. Former owner of a '69 MGC GT, '66 Rover P5, and a '74 B Tourer.
I am deeply afflicted by the old-car bug and have a soft spot for more unusual vehicles. I'd eventually like an Austin America or an MG 1100, but they're thin on the ground and I don't have much space in the garage right about now! Drop me a line if you know of any, though.
4 Vehicles -- Total mileage: 307,249 mi (494,469 km) -- Average age: 1968
There are 5 total entries in this Journal.
Posted on: Thursday July 8, 2010
This is a ROUGH DRAFT!!! Bear with me as I try to make this tutorial easier to understand! Ok, I would like to start this journal entry by saying this: The easiest way to post multiple images on the MG Experience is to become a member. Gold Members can attach up to 7 pictures per post without having to use an external site like Picasa. In addition, just think of all of the money you save because of the information you can look up and access on this site. Skye does an excel...
Posted on: Tuesday September 29, 2009
I stumbled across this car on Craigslist: http://inlandempire.craigslist.org/cto/1378462405.html (that URL will be invalid shortly, but still...) The seller sent pictures, so I thought I would post them here. It's a rough car, but it's actually a pretty dry body shell by Northeastern standards!!! I love these little cars for some reason, so even though it's a wreck, I'd love to try to combine it with an old rotted Austin America that is sitting at a junkyard up here in NH. I know bette...
Posted on: Friday August 14, 2009
Hi all, I passed this car in Newport, NH on the way home today. It's one of the few RBBs that I have ever seen and liked the looks of (sorry, guys....). I don't know anything about the seller, the car, or anything else, and I forgot to get a pic of the Engine bay (The block is red and the head is yellow, so it was out ...
Posted on: Thursday August 6, 2009
I have been on a quest to find a way to get my MGC back to MGC bits without reverting to splined wheels (for both cost and weight reasons: the splined Superlites are heavy, and expensive. Plus, I might have a line on some new wheels at a good price....). During my searching and stumbling, I have stumbled a couple of times across Greg's (twentyover) explanation of how he converted a set of splined hubs to bolt-on duty (url=http://www.mgexp...
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