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Steve Lyle

Member ID: Steve Lyle
Status: Gold Member Gold Member
Tulsa, OK, USA   USA
Member Since: 2008-03-23
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-02-24 09:36
Forum Activity: 2018-02-24 09:36
Forum Posts: 3,080
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Mech Engineer by education, Information Technology by career. Got the B-bug as a teenager, never lost it. Rebuilt a '72 B from 2008 to 2014.

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1972 Lotus Elan Circus Red Steve Lyle

1972 Lotus Elan

1972 MG MGB Red Steve Lyle

1972 MG MGB

2 Vehicles — Total mileage: 112,000 mi (180,247 km) — Average age: 1972

Member Journal – Steve Lyle's Journal

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GOBMC Car & Cycle Show - 2017

Posted on: Sunday June 11, 2017

Our entry to the show pic

This was the 18th annual show put on by the Greater Ozark British Motor Club. They're in SW Missouri, lots of members live in Springfield, but they put the show on in Carthage. Carthage is a small town, very pretty, and the show is held on the town square. This was our third time at this show in the last 4 years - we missed last year due to a family obligation. The club does a great job of hosting - a parking lot party on Friday night, a well run show, a driving event, a very nice awards b...

Brits In The Ozarks - 2016

Posted on: Monday September 12, 2016

Our entry to the show pic

If it's early September, then it's time for the Brits in the Ozarks car show in Fayetteville, AR. The show is put on by the British Iron Touring Club of Northwest Arkansas. They've been at this for 15 years, and they put on a great show. The proceeds go for tech scholarships, and to benefit the ALS Association of Northwest Arkansas, an excellent cause. This was our third trip to the show, and we had our usual great time. Lots of Tulsa folks make this trip, it's by far the most popular s...

Passenger Side Sill Removal, Part 1

Posted on: Thursday August 14, 2008

My DPO s work

NOTE: A common question that people have before cutting into MGB sills is: "Should I brace the shell to avoid it changing shape when the sill structure is removed?". I asked that question in an MGE thread, and got my answer. Here's the thread: http://www.mgexp.com/phorum/read.php?1,856390,2968983#msg-2968983 The net out - I didn't brace, I paid attention to where I was supporting the car, measured and monitored the door opening, and did the final panel test fits with the doors installed....

MG 2016 - Louisville

Posted on: Monday June 20, 2016

The Tulsa caravan ready to roll

Every 5 years there's a gathering of all of the MG clubs. 2016 was the fifth of these, scheduled for Louisville, KY. "Maintaining the breed". We went with 4 other couples from Tulsa - another MGB, and two TD's. Louisville is about 700 miles from Tulsa, so we took it in 2 days, stopping for the night at Poplar Bluff, MO, each way. This was good exercise for my new cruise control. It worked well. When setting, speed drops about 5 mph before coming back up to the set point. And every no...

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MG Experience Library Articles

Date Site Title Category Comments
2011-04-11 mgb MGB Sill Repair and Replacement Body and Paint 5
2010-09-30 mgb Replacing MGB Rear Fender Beads Body and Paint 3

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