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bkduff Silver Member Brian Duffy
Calgary AB, Canada   CAN
1969 MG MGB
Well folks I am finally doing shakedown runs. Other than a few minor issues everything is going well. Car is a 69 roadster, 3.4l crate motor with a bunch of bits from a 95 firebird including trans. Narrowed 10 bolt camaro 3.23 post rear coupled to Bill Guzman's 4 link set up. First impressions are very impressive. Lots of get up and go. Many thanks to Brian at BMC and Bill for their help. Sill have to install my stow away top but having too much fun driving. Brian Duffy

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Mark Vaughan Avatar
Knoxville, Tennessee, USA   USA
1969 MG MGB MkII "Ginger"
1972 MG MGB "Mary Ann"
1977 Datsun 280Z
2004 Honda S2000
Looks great..!

I envy you... miles to go on my conversion.

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BrsMgbv6 Bryan Heidtman
SW ohio, USA   USA
1976 MG MGB V6 Conversion "Uknown Cost"
just hit the like button. Nice.

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GWHITE75 Gold Member Gary White
Sugar Land, Texas, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB "OldBlue#2"
Good stuff and good luck. Who did the Camaro rear end for you? (Narrowing)

Gary

bkduff Silver Member Brian Duffy
Calgary AB, Canada   CAN
1969 MG MGB
I appreciate the good feedback. The rear was cut and welded by a local hot rodder. Axles are Moser.

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cstrong45 Silver Member Charles Strong
Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA   USA
Looks great, have fun, use the seatbelt

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pjkbrit Peter Kelly
Bedford Hills, New York, USA   USA
Great looking car.... smiling smiley

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