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Eric Pfiffner

Member ID: EPfiffner
Status: Free Member
Canton, OH, USA   USA
Member Since: 2014-12-08
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-04-19 06:07
Forum Activity: 2018-04-08 04:55
Forum Posts: 9

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1970 MG MGB White Primer Eric Pfiffner

1970 MG MGB
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1 Vehicles — Total mileage: 54,000 mi (86,905 km) — Average age: 1970

Member Journal – The Lifetime Resto: 1970 MGB

There are 75 total entries in this Journal.

Closing The Box Part 2: Right Side Inner Will To Castle Rail

Posted on: Tuesday April 10, 2018

IMG 1965

Here's a better before shot on the passenger side of how the inner sill to castle rail is open. You can see parts of the original inner sill hanging down below the angle iron where I overlapped it. The bad metal was cut away and everything was sandblasted and Variprimed years ago before we welded in the angle iron, so I'm confident that if I keep it as a sunny-day driver I won't have any issues. The second pic shows the piece of 1/8" x 1-1/2" flat stock that I trimmed to join the two. It took...

Closing The Box: Inner Sill To Castle Rail

Posted on: Thursday April 5, 2018

IMG 1960

This whole project I have been working around the inner sills that I made from 3/16" angle iron instead of the correct panels. I read constantly on here how many members are disgusted by unorthodox repairs, so please ignore my journal if that is the case. I have good reason for proceeding the way I have. If I could go back, a lot of things would be done differently, but how do you learn? Once I cut the floor out, I realized that the angle iron did not reach the castle rail, so the "box" wa...

Panel Fitment Check And Some Glamour Shots

Posted on: Tuesday April 3, 2018

IMG 1956

I quickly bolted the doors, wings, and bonnet on the car to make sure nothing had moved. I didn't put but a few bolts in, and I didn't spend any time fiddling. I used the Steve Lyle deck of cards method for aligning the doors, and the wings well, I have had them on and off so many times that I know exactly why to do. All the gaps still look great, if something moved it would be obvious. I do need to address the drivers side wing to bonnet right at the front. Still just a touch too tig...

Getting Back To It: An Attempt

Posted on: Tuesday March 20, 2018

IMG 1954

I've been busy with some honey-do projects such as painting in the house, etc. I've been spending time in the garage, but the MG is covered up with plastic. I've been working on my nice-day DD, a much unloved GM FWD car, Chevy Beretta GT. I don't care what other people think, I like it. New struts, strut bearings, shocks, shock mounts, motor mounts, tires, and much more. I had like 5 or 6 defective struts so it took forever with shipping back and forth. So finally now that its back on...


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