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MGC Restoration

Michael Lippmann   CAN — Posted on The MG Experience
Thursday May 12, 2016 7:20 AM


Heater box removed starting to look bare

Heater box removed - starting to look bare!

Worst corrosion so far heavy surface rust

Worst corrosion so far - heavy surface rust

Primer under seam sealer in decent shape

Primer under seam sealer in decent shape

Will have to get inside this area to clean and tre

Will have to get inside this area to clean and treat surface rust




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Member Comments on Journal Entry: MGC Restoration   ↵
2016-05-19 13:46:59 # 34522
Comment by Alan Vinegar
Looking good Michael. I enjoyed reading your journal. I have a BRG 69 MGC GT. Love driving it on the highway. Check what axles you have. I recently swapped my stock 3.7 from my 69 with overdrive to a 3.3 which may have been from an automatic or a 68. Aside from that you may want to keep the stock blue colour. Red is so common and that blue could be really special. Good luck in your project! Alan
2016-05-19 14:12:13 # 34523
Comment by Michael Lippmann
Hey Alan - Thanks! Yea this car will have the 3.3 axle with a 4 Spd O/D...I hear you about the Red - or "Resale Red" as a buddy calls it! I've never been a huge fan of blues but I have a way to go before I get to that point any way! Love the BRG though!
2016-05-19 14:19:58 # 34524
Comment by Alan Vinegar
check out John Rodger's Cali Chrome which is a blue GT. Also look at Dana Rindge's grampian grey.

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