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princetn1 Gold Member Mike Ruckman
Tampa, Florida, USA   USA
1971 MG MGB "Lil' Car"
I've acquired these (yes, they are for sale) and don't think they are for MG's so can you help determine which vehicles have R to the right & down???


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warekl Silver Member Keith Ware
White Bear Lake Mn, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB GT
1979 MG MGB
Triumph TR3 & 4 for all but the one that says lift, not sure on that one...could be Renault.



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79 RB Lowered, HS4s by Dave Braun & "Schlemmerized" 25D Dizzy, 9.5:1 CR, Mild Performance Cam, 18V with OD Tranny.

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Soapy Silver Member Ken McGuire
Livonia, Michigan, USA   USA
The Austin Devons and Dorsets have floor shifts and lift and go right for reverse is correct, but their shift knobs don't have anything on them (you have to know). Maybe Austin Healey?



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Spitfire mgb Christopher Seely
Franconia, New Hampshire, USA   USA
1967 MG MGB
1971 BMW 2002
The last two are most certainly TR6

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dela217 Michael Delacerda
New Orleans, La, USA   USA
The mini with a rod change transmission uses the one with 'lift' written on it. I think it was something like 1970 on.

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wyatt Silver Member Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ATA
..TR3/4/6..the beveled sided one? most likely TR 0f some sort.

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jseal Jonathan Seal
Zurich, Schweiz, Switzerland   CHE
1964 MG MGB
1969 MG MGB GT
I think the top three are for an early Austin Sprite / Midget, as well as a Mini (maybe the lower ones too). Maybe Morris Minor as well. 'A' series cars. The shape of the black shifters seems very BMC to me.

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2455 Bill Rogers
ocklawaha, fl, USA   USA
1970 MG Midget ~ For Sale ! ~
1979 MG Midget 1500
What makes you think there not MGs how much for the wood ones ? Thanks

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princetn1 Gold Member Mike Ruckman
Tampa, Florida, USA   USA
1971 MG MGB "Lil' Car"
Shift pattern is wrong for MG. And the 2 wood ones sold over the weekend (to a TRiumph owner). Sorry.

In reply to # 3535461 by 2455 What makes you think there not MGs how much for the wood ones ? Thanks


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2455 Avatar
2455 Bill Rogers
ocklawaha, fl, USA   USA
1970 MG Midget ~ For Sale ! ~
1979 MG Midget 1500
Ok thinks but just so you know i have a 1970 mg midget with the same pattern

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threadless Silver Member Erick M
San Antonio, TX, USA   USA
The three in the top left are identical to the OEM knob on my 59 Sprite. Same shift pattern too, as someone else noted.

Erick

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58custom Tom Crocker
Santa Clarita, SoCal, USA   USA
I have the "lift" knob in my Midget and love it. I took it out of a Morris in a junkyard.



1969 MG Midget with Datsun A15/5 speed

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