WOW Thank you Larry !!,
Several local British car club members have said Skye Poier "is" the MG GURU
Thanx for this info !
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Hoy
To: "Dan Furbish"
Sent: Friday, June 22, 2001 7:44 PM
Subject: RE: Engine tag #'s, MGBGT
> Dan, looks like this has been answered but I thought I'd point you to a
site that has a
> great deal of MG information.
> Skye Poier who frequents this list is the creator of this site, it's kinda
like an MGB
> The following page has all the VIN info.
> Larry Hoy
> >-----Original Message-----
> >Hello all,
> >my 1968 MGBGT engine has a new 1975 no-lead head,
> >new .030 over pistons, a mild street cam (Moss), new
> >cam bearings, a high output oil pump, Pertronics, MSD
> >ignition with HS6 SU's with K&N filters, the Peco 2"
> >exhaust header and exhaust. No smog equipment.
> >So it's not stock (obviously), coupled with a new clutch set up
> >and the new T9 5 speed, it's a "Fun car to drive".
> >My question is on the original OEM engine tag it reads:
> >18GF-WE-H 108**, the last 2 digits are vague.
> >I checked with the latest Moss catalog on pg. 61,
> >Production data, the year, commission # etc.
> >I take it the 108** is a much later version than the
> >first GT with a 101** code.
> >What's not explained is the WE, and the H .
> >Can folks enlighten me on what those letters signify ?,
> >and possibly other letters that may designate certain features .
> >Dan Furbish
> >68 MGBGT
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