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  1. ps useful to know, but don't tell anyone its a MG part!!!! unless you already wear a flat cap and beige gloves...
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  2. Engine out, just waiting on nod from my engine man to fit it in to get the engine and box mounted 😃
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  3. Just for a note MGB ones fit perfect and available at various opening temperatures.
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  4. My bleed plug was solid took it to a machine shop and told them to drill and tap and fit a grub screw so they decided to undo the plug and broke the casing tho they did weld it back together nice job too at no cost...still really pi**ed with them tho what happened to "the customer is always right"
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  5. I think i put a small hole in mine but some may come with a 'jiggle pin'?!
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  6. like that popping candy lol
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  7. Lovely crackling sounds 😀
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  8. There has been more progress made on this albeit at an extremely slow rate Rather than bore you all with the details....ill attached some picture of some of the bits its had done to it and how it was when i finally got it back on the road, some of you gave probably seen most of these on facebook if your on there. However although happy I got it alive and back on the road I still had some work to do to it, so once the 'show' season had finished I decided I wanted it all doing properly and stripped it all back down Then I decided I wanted a bit more poke without going redtop.....I saw Andy Abbott had a M52b25 BMW lump for sale and how it was fitted in his commodore 🥰, so now that's its designated powerplant which is going in to be mounted next week Other things I have managed to acquire or source for it are Brand New Fuel Tank, Daytona Interior, Rollcage, Sportex Exhaust system (although I don't think this will be much use with the BMW lump) ive had the dashboard flocked, got a 6 guage speedo unit for it, new fuel lines, cav gsi front brakes and discs from an audi 80 to fit along with many other bits that ive sourced but need to fit. Anyway....plan now is get the old 1.6 lump out, along with the box and 4 speed prop, get the engine mounted, then into bodyshop for strip back and paint, along with the undersealing etc to protect where its been welded. I will try to keep this updated for anyone who is interested but fingers crossed it will be back on the road summer this year depending on how well I get on with the work needed and fitting around the bodyshop and the gent whose fitting the engine for me
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