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durangoMG Silver Member Geoffrey Owens
Durango, CO, USA   USA
1966 MG MGB
heres pic s of the steering wheel

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princetn1 Gold Member Mike Ruckman
Tampa, FL, USA   USA
1971 MG MGB "Lil' Car"
1976 MG MGB "Ivory"
I’ll pass on the steering wheel but price for the head gasket set which includes valve cover gasket??


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durangoMG Silver Member Geoffrey Owens
Durango, CO, USA   USA
1966 MG MGB
i figured you'd pass on steering wheel at this point its just shop decor....

I'm waiting on Basil to get back with me on the parts as he might take the lot but the Gasket set is probably worth like $15?

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princetn1 Gold Member Mike Ruckman
Tampa, FL, USA   USA
1971 MG MGB "Lil' Car"
1976 MG MGB "Ivory"
If Basil wants them, no problem.
If not, I’ll be next in line.

In reply to # 3907369 by durangoMG i figured you'd pass on steering wheel at this point its just shop decor....

I'm waiting on Basil to get back with me on the parts as he might take the lot but the Gasket set is probably worth like $15?


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fast-MG.com Gold Member Dave Headley
Cortez, 4 corners, Colorado, USA   USA
That intake manifold shown has a "mushroom" PCV but I don't see any EGR valve. Please call me regarding the engine. smoking smiley


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TcjMiami Thomas Johnson
Hollywood, FL, USA   USA
Do you have photo of Exhaust?
Is this complete to manifold including the header?

Tom

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durangoMG Silver Member Geoffrey Owens
Durango, CO, USA   USA
1966 MG MGB
ok everyone Ive had alot of inquires so im going to make a new thread as the motor and trans have SOLD.
as for the other parts I have arranged them into sets....prices are going to be cheap as I don't want to break up these "sets"
I'm not trying to be a dealer here I have a demanding full time job lol.
Thanks again everyone and stay on the lookout for new posts

PS Dave H Ill give you a call
CHEERS smileys with beer

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MCARD Mathew Mathew C Card
Warren, RI, USA   USA
1980 MG MGB
Do you have the Tex door mirrors and mounting hardware?

Thanks,
Mathew

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durangoMG Silver Member Geoffrey Owens
Durango, CO, USA   USA
1966 MG MGB
This is what I got for mirrors


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princetn1 Gold Member Mike Ruckman
Tampa, FL, USA   USA
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1976 MG MGB "Ivory"
I’d like the rectangular mirrors if not spoken for...


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MCARD Mathew Mathew C Card
Warren, RI, USA   USA
1980 MG MGB
I was interested in the rectangular mirrors as well. Have you used them on the car before? My experience when I bought new mirrors was that they got loose after a while of use and don't stay as stiff as the original tex mirrors. Did you experience this?

Thanks,
Mathew

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