Member Page: Dan DiBiase
Member ID: ddibiaseStatus: Free Member
Dayton, NJ, USA
Member Since: 2003-09-12
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-02-27 20:44
Forum Activity: 2018-02-27 20:46
Forum Posts: 2,032
I'm 56 years old and am married with 3 children - 2 boys (25 and 22) and a daughter (18). I am a Manager with IBM. We've lined in NJ for 18 years, the longest I've lived anywhere in my life! My 2 MGB's are a '76 that runs well and a '65 that is a long-term restoration project. I'm also a guitar player, golfer, reader and history buff.
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Posted on: Monday January 30, 2006
Well, I was able to score a new ID plate and NJ title for the car earlier this month. I ended up doing this as getting a new one here in NJ would involve a court order - which means a lawyer - which means $$$$..... So, I saw an ad for a '65 B for parts, including the ID plate and title, and it is an NJ title as well.... It's a little earlier than my car (about 15,000 cars earlier - April '64 vs October '64) but there are no significant differences in the cars made in those timeframes other than ...
Posted on: Friday October 28, 2005
Ownership History o Marcus R. Johnson, South Bend, IN - ? to October 1978 o Jesse Huggins Jr - dealer - sold it to R. McDaniel o Richard A. McDaniel, Marion, IN - October 1978 to 1980 o ?? , Lafayette, IN - 1980 to ??? o ?????? (??? to January 1999) o British Motorcar Sales, Greenville, SC - January 1999 to July 1999 o Brad Barkley, Frostburg, MD - July 1999 to May 2000 - Paid $2000 o Stephen King, Plano, Texas - May 2000 to August 2000 - Paid $800 o Dan DiBiase, purchased August 19...
Posted on: Sunday October 23, 2005
Posting these here so I can post pics in the forum!
Posted on: Thursday October 20, 2005
I've known that my '65 B project car had an incorrect engine since I bought Based on some early checking, I felt like it was a 3-main bearing G-series, and am not sure that it is - and a pretty early one at that. The number plate says 18G-U-H 1815; I never really believed it since it doesn't look original... But after some additional checking, I'm thinking it may be. It has the very early-style J-shaped breather from the front tappet cover, and the manifold has no hole for a crankcase ventilatio...
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