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Bryan G

Member ID: Bryan73
Status: Free Member
VA, USA   USA
Member Since: 2011-11-22
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2017-06-18 15:35
Forum Activity: 2017-06-18 17:06
Forum Posts: 196

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1973 MG MGB Red Bryan G

1973 MG MGB
GHN5UD304876G
"Nametaken"


1 Vehicles — Total mileage: 91,527 mi (147,298 km) — Average age: 1973
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Member Journal – Bryan G's Journal

There are 9 total entries in this Journal.

2nd Paint Job

Posted on: Friday March 9, 2012

wow You guys were right x2 :thup: Check these out, and no runs!! Any tips on getting slight orange-peel out of Single Stage Acrylic Enamel? Does wetsanding work on a SS like it does on a BC/CC?

Paint Pics

Posted on: Thursday March 1, 2012

Ok. I did it I need some hugs man. :bighug: lol I used the turbine from Home Depot. It's a accuspray 9100 5 stage turbine hvlp siphon fed with 1.3 tip. I have never painted before so please understand. I think it looks like shit... It was not the gun, paint, taping, temperature, airflow, lack of experience (maybe). I think it looks like crap because my prep work sucked. I thought I had sanded down the very thin coat of filler enough to hide the welds, or body work. Now the paints on I ca...

Sill Work

Posted on: Wednesday January 18, 2012

The green tint is waxoil which really works

This week was all about sill work. My main focus was removing the passenger side Outer Sill, Inner Panel, and Castle Rail. Peter started a topic about my sills (Bryan's Sills) and Steve also chimed in as well as others. Removing the sills is a pretty straight forward job, but for some of us can still be a challenge. Bryan's Sills Main tools used: Grinder 9" "BFG" Angle Grinder 4 1/2" Air cutoff wh...

Wooot! Fender Off And It Was A Pain.

Posted on: Friday January 13, 2012

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https://picasaweb.google.com/102677989530297021095/20120113 You almost have to be a contortionist to get all the bolts off while leaving the dash on but I did it without breaking anything else!! I don't have a clue how I'll get this all back together Time for some cleaning welding and beer!


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