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Buckdendave David Hill
St Neots, Cambridgeshire, UK   GBR
1954 MG TF
Excellent. A friend of mine has one of a similar year - has a hot engine and was quick in its day though I doubt it has as much go as yours with the supercharger. Off the road at the moment, and I've been trying to get him to use it for years. Out of it for too long I guess.
Dave H

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Paul J Avatar
Locust Grove, OK, USA   USA
LaVerne, who's the young guy in the photos? grinning smiley

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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, CO, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
1979 Triumph TR8 "Wedgie"
I don't recognize him Paul. smoking smiley

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oily-hands Owen Frankland
Stockton on Tees, Cleveland, UK   GBR
1937 MG TA "Numbum"
1971 MG MGB GT "The Bruise"
I thought this was a great shot taken at Saltburn Historic Motor Gathering. The photographer kindly gave me permission to use it as I wish.



Member of The International Society of Luddites (Unrepentant Chapter).

Take the time to understand what a part does and how it does it, then you'll have a better understanding of how to fix it when it goes wrong. Beats the scattergun approach every time.

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Life with an MG TA and an MGB GT in the UK.

Our charity drive in our 1937 MGTA


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Franz Tenbrock Avatar
Waltrop, D, Germany   DEU
1937 MG TA "Fritzi"
30 years i dream of a realy old car ...

i love to drive it now, and teh summer was fantastic
today i will get the last sun of the summer

it is a car not a rolling computer



Sorry for my bad english, School is 40 years ago, and in my job i don t speek English, with the TA it will be better in a few month


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shoalsgary Gary Simpson
Killen, AL, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Junior"
1954 MG TF
No apology is needed, and I share your sentiment for cars rather than rolling computers

In reply to # 3817831 by Franz Tenbrock 30 years i dream of a realy old car ...

i love to drive it now, and teh summer was fantastic
today i will get the last sun of the summer

it is a car not a rolling computer

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PhilEnglish Phil H
Myersville, MD, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1968 MG MGB MkII
Sie haben ein wunderschoenen TC da Franz. Perfekt fur das hubsch Deutschen landschaft. Schoenen reise!

Phil

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PhilEnglish Phil H
Myersville, MD, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1968 MG MGB MkII
Entschuldigen Sie bitte, TA !

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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, CO, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
1979 Triumph TR8 "Wedgie"
Saturday color drive...about 250 miles or so

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oily-hands Owen Frankland
Stockton on Tees, Cleveland, UK   GBR
1937 MG TA "Numbum"
1971 MG MGB GT "The Bruise"
A little bit of video from Saltburn.

Some interesting cars.





Member of The International Society of Luddites (Unrepentant Chapter).

Take the time to understand what a part does and how it does it, then you'll have a better understanding of how to fix it when it goes wrong. Beats the scattergun approach every time.

Ignition testing made easy.

Making your MGB handbrake work

My You Tube Channel

Life with an MG TA and an MGB GT in the UK.

Our charity drive in our 1937 MGTA

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AZTD Silver Member Mike Grogan
Glendale, AZ, USA   USA
1953 MG TD
Great drive LaVern.
I place my DVR camera on the rear view mirror with Velcro. No wind noise and It picks up my voice along the road

My DVR has 2 cameras for front and rear.
What are you using to do your edit?



1953 MG TD TD23816



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LaVerne LaVerne Downey
Fruita, CO, USA   USA
1954 MG TF "Green Hornet"
1969 MG MGB
1979 Triumph TR8 "Wedgie"
Thanks Mike, I use the windows Movie Maker program that came with the prior operating system....Windows 7 I think. I had issues with it making this one and thought it may have died and I looked at the program included on the Windows 10 upgrade I no use and it is worthless for something like this.

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Lyndakh83 Lynda Humphries
Boise, ID, USA   USA
1950 MG TD
An MG TD my husband owned in the late 70's. He regretted selling but was excited to buy another one this year.

The second picture is when he saw this MG TD in Austraila in the 60's. When he knew he had to own one someday. That is Ron standing next to it, he was 19 years old


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PhilEnglish Phil H
Myersville, MD, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1968 MG MGB MkII
A couple of pictures from the Hunt Country Classic in Marshal VA last weekend....Mine is the green car next to the much more shiny and pristine others ! I think I got a couple of sympathy votes for my 'driver'. I did drive 130 Miles to get to the show and home again, and the TD whirred along perfectly happily, with no drama. Hunt Country Virginia is beautiful, and the trip home up through Purcellville and over the Potomac at Harper's Ferry was a wonderful day out, I was sad to get out the car when I got home.


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Lyndakh83 Lynda Humphries
Boise, ID, USA   USA
1950 MG TD
Great Footage! Thanks for sharing.

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