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(SOLD!) Replacement exhaust - may be good for auto-cross car? [Ohio, USA]

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CountBasey Thomas Basey
Brunswick, OH, USA   USA
1976 MG Midget 1500 "Opus"
Not sure if anyone would be interested, but thought I would offer...

I attempted to put a 1950-52 Harley Flathead exhaust on my 1976 midget. This ISN'T one of those flashy chrome exhausts, this pipe and muffler is all solid steel. The pipe length and diameter is a perfect replacement for the stock exhaust (see pics below) no existing exhaust pipe cutting, extending, or adapters needed - just clamp it on and go. For my purposes, it's just a little too loud - only wanted a growl but got a roar.

I'm thinking this exhaust might be great for someone who likes it loud, or maybe for an autocross midget (since it's pretty much straight thru, little-to-no back pressure, plus the steel construction, great for heat).

The new exhaust retails for $99 new, I got it on sale for $59. Only been on my midget for less than a week (not even dirty inside). I'd like to get $25 plus shipping (I'll have to calculate, I'm guessing $10 - US only please!)

Let me know if there is any interest.



Thomas (Count) Basey
Member of Emerald Necklace MG Register - www.mgcleveland.com
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“With each replacement of parts, my British car slowly becomes Chinese.”



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2018-05-18 04:31 PM by CountBasey.

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woodstock1 jim jensen
cleveland, USA   USA
tom- I will take it.......pm sent .......jim

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