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Michael Lippmann

Member ID: Bearsails
Status: Free Member
Kingsville, Kingsville, Ontario, Canada   CAN
Member Since: 2012-01-19
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-06-04 13:02
Forum Activity: 2018-06-04 12:59
Forum Posts: 632

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1968 MG MGC GT Mineral Blue Michael Lippmann

1968 MG MGC GT
GCD1U3486G
"Blewe"
1969 MG MGC GT Red Michael Lippmann

1969 MG MGC GT
GCD1U8527G
"Uh Oh" (Rusty Red)"
1972 MG MGB White Michael Lippmann

1972 MG MGB
GH5UC2730CCC
"Betty"
1973 MG MGB GT Blue Michael Lippmann

1973 MG MGB GT
99999759999
"Trouble"
1980 Rover 3500 BRG Michael Lippmann

1980 Rover 3500
RRROVER12345
"More Trouble"
2000 Chevrolet Silverado Red Michael Lippmann

2000 Chevrolet Silverado
1GCEK14V8YZ231067
"The Red Truck - What Else?"


6 Vehicles — Total mileage: 505,024 mi (812,757 km) — Average age: 1977

Member Journal – Michael Lippmann's Journal

There are 41 total entries in this Journal.

Battery Box Repair On The C

Posted on: Tuesday November 14, 2017

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Here are the pictures of the battery box repair. Formed out of 18 Gauge metal, the existing stuff appears to be a little thinner so welding it in was an exercise in patience! I have to get a TIG welder for finicky stuff like this...although the MIG with very careful continuous tacks works pretty well and then careful grinding and clean up! My kind of fun for the evening!

MGC Work Continues

Posted on: Tuesday November 21, 2017

Scraping the factory undercoating is the hard part

Got a big area of underbody (passenger side wheel well/firewall) cleaned, sanded and primed with self etching primer...hopefully in a few weeks I can get the underbody sprayed with the Truck Bed liner! The nice part is the lack of rust and rot in the car... So I made my decision to use Truck Bed liner tinted red as this is going to be an all season driver (except on really salty sloppy days in our miserable winters). I am paying really close attention to seam sealing and getting all the crev...

Bullet Holes Gone On The C!!!

Posted on: Tuesday November 14, 2017

2 what I think are bullet holes Good story any

Well it's been a few months since I posted but had a lot of family stuff going on - sailing season, house stuff, etc., Now it is back at it! Got out the other night and decided to get rid of the bullet holes in the passenger side floor (That's what I call them and they sure look like a couple of 30 caliber holes got shot through from the inside of the car...) So I cut them out and welded in new patch pieces. I also tackled a minor corrosion issue on the passenger side battery box - of cour...

MGC Rebuild - Scraping Continued

Posted on: Monday March 27, 2017

So this is where I am at about 80 or so

Hi All The scraping is continuing...have about 80% of the underside scraped of the factory under seal and misc dirt and crud. So far the floor is in excellent shape with the normal amount of dings/dents. I will have to do some repair of the battery brackets (I will likely close these up with sheet metal on the drivers side to use as a storage box as I did on my MG and leave the passenger side stock to drop in a single 12V battery. I have found that once I scrape off the under seal the re...


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