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mgaex189 Avatar
mgaex189 Gold Member Giovanni Delicio
Obrigheim, Rheinpfalz, Germany   DEU
1955 MG MGA 1500 "C2"
1955 MG MGA 1500 "4-seater"
1955 MG MGA 1500 "C1"
1960 MG MGA 1600 Coupe    & more
Hier meine Version mit farbgleichen Stahlfelgen.
Beste Grüße! Phillipp


TRANSLATION FOR NON-SPEAKING GERMAN PEOPLES !

Here is my version of steel wheels/rims with the same color as the car.
Best greetings ! Philipp


Gio

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Redhawk1689 Gold Member Steven Stockham
Salina, KS, USA   USA
1958 MG MGA 1500 "Belle"
That actually works!! Nice color too...

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Jcook3mga Joe Cook
Ruxton, MD, USA   USA
1959 MG MGA
Agree!

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RJBrown Randy Brown
Queen Creek, AZ, USA   USA
I like the look in that color.
Not all body colors make good wheel colors though.
I chose black for a red car.
With painted wheels chrome trim rings look good. IMHO


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rockhigher Geoff B
Atkinson, NH, USA   USA
1956 MG MGA
1984 Chevrolet Corvette "Goldilocks"
Looks good to me, color is such a personal preference.....

Cheers,

Geoff

07743 Avatar
07743 Phillipp MGA
Hier, 10, Germany   DEU
Hey Randy,
you are Japanese Specialist ? winking smiley
best Regards
Phillipp

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RJBrown Randy Brown
Queen Creek, AZ, USA   USA
Yes
I started the business in 1981 and owned Japanese Specialists for 33 years. I sold out and retired in 2014.

07743 Avatar
07743 Phillipp MGA
Hier, 10, Germany   DEU
congratulations!
And I thought it was a coincidence, that you were sitting in front of a Japan Auto Center with an "Englishman"
best regards
phillipp

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RJBrown Randy Brown
Queen Creek, AZ, USA   USA
In reply to # 3797899 by 07743 congratulations!
And I thought it was a coincidence, that you were sitting in front of a Japan Auto Center with an "Englishman"
best regards
phillipp

Phillip the early post war Datsun vehicles were almost direct copies of BMC products. MG was state of the art at the time for durable and economical vehicles. Even today some engine parts for our MGAs come packaged and labeled for Datsuns. I worked in gas stations while in high school and owned a MGA coupe. My first dealership job as a mechanic was at Arapahoe Datsun. Because of my MG experience I felt more comfortable with Datsun than American iron.

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RJBrown Randy Brown
Queen Creek, AZ, USA   USA
Car was dusty so I had to wash it.


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07743 Avatar
07743 Phillipp MGA
Hier, 10, Germany   DEU
looks great !

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MGAdavid David Werblow
Portland, CT, USA   USA
1954 MG TF
1959 MG MGA
Not an MGA, but the wheel color of my TF is the same as the body tub color.


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imsicodis Larry A
el dorado springs, MO, USA   USA
Today, 9/18/18, there was a 58' mga featured on Petrolicious. Ah, to be a kid again!

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dfriswell David Friswell
BOCA RATON, FL, USA   USA
1960 MG MGA 1600 "The G"
In reply to # 3811585 by imsicodis Today, 9/18/18, there was a 58' mga featured on Petrolicious. Ah, to be a kid again!

Here's the link:

https://petrolicious.com/films/1958-mga-and-1962-austin-mini-cooper-whiz-kids

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barneymg Barney Gaylord
(Somewhere in USA), Pick one (or more), USA   USA
1958 MG MGA "MGA With An Attitude"
Weber DCD carburetor assembly video, just for kicks:




Barney Gaylord - 1958 MGA with an attitude - http://MGAguru.com - barneymg@mgaguru.com
(Please email me direct, do not leave a PM on the public server).

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