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MG TC Chassis Drawing/Dimensions?

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Mark Bridgeman
Columbus!, IN, USA   usa
Hi All,

I have an MGA workshop manual, and discovered that it has a page with two fully dimensioned views of the bare chassis. I am hoping that someone might have the same for a TC which they would be willing to scan and email me (or post, for posterity). I hope to make an MG special that will start with a TC chassis, and would like to get the exact dimensions (which I hope to model in a CAD program). I could do the same with the MGA dimensions in return.

Thanks a bunch!
Mark

tom J
North Vancouver, B.C., Canada   can
page 97..Tcs forever

Mark Bridgeman
Columbus!, IN, USA   usa
OK....thanks, I got that...but TCs Forever (ISBN 0731688775) is not available on abebook, alibris, or amazon at this time ... so I'm still spinnin outta control in turn 3...

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tom J
North Vancouver, B.C., Canada   can
also: there is a chassis dimensional diagram in the instruction manual for mg midget series tc (Brown Book) page 9.

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Willem van der Veer
Ermelo, Gelderland, Netherlands   nld
If you email me at vdveery5888 on gmail dot com, I'll reply with a scan of the "chassis dimensional diagram in the instruction manual for mg midget series tc (Brown Book) page 9"

regards,

Willem

Bruce S
Cape Town, Cape, South Africa   zaf
1947 MG TC
Hi Mark,
Did you ever create this CAD drawing of a TC chassis? I'm starting the restoration of TC 3030 and the chassis needs repair and straightening. I was hoping to supply the correct dimensions of the chassis in digital form as I hand it over to be welded and straightened.
regards,
Bruce

Mark Bridgeman
Columbus!, IN, USA   usa
Sorry, Bruce, I did not. It is still on my list of things to do, but I need way more information than I have, plus, I have decided to switch to a TD chassis for my "special." Good luck with the restoration!

Mark

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