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moesignguy Steve Moore
Galena, OH, USA   USA
1963 Triumph TR4 "4"
1968 Triumph Spitfire MkIII "Spit"
1969 MG MGC GT "Da C"
2005 Mini Cooper S "LARG MARG"
Seriously.... I'm really gonna have to take another look at my shifter surround AND the valve cover. It's an Ohio thing.

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pfg49 Gold Member Peter Gascoigne
Southampton, UK   GBR
I once built a Jaguar XK racing engine for the bloke who owned Sabre Engines. He was a keen classic car racer, the last car I remember him having was a V8 Aston Martin. He sold a lot of Sabre engines for marine use, they were based on a Ford truck engine.


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chormy Gold Member Shaun Holmes
Norwich, Norfolk, UK   GBR
1963 MG MGB MkI "3330 PE"
1964 MG MGB MkI
1967 MG MGB GT "BABE"
1967 MG MGC    & more
Yep good old engine bit oily ! friend had two 300hp stuck in Princess 33 way over the top and could fly past most things. I had one in my first stink boat.


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