On Mon, 18 Feb 2002, "McGraw, David" <DMcGraw@jdltech.com>wrote:
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> From: McGraw, David
> Sent: Monday, February 18, 2002 8:53 AM
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> Subject: 69 MGB GT
> Andrew, great web-site. I used to own a 69 MGB GT and due to children sold
> it in 1984. Last Saturday I ran into the guy I sold it to and now he wants
> to sell it back to me for the same amount I sold it to him years ago. He
> did not drive it much and it has been stored, but it needs a lot of work.
> Carb's, front steering, seats, dash board is cracked etc.
> The price that he is asking is $1,000.00 (he did have the engine rebuilt).
> A couple of questions. How much do you think I should budget for the
> restoration based on the little information I have supplied. Would you
> guess 3,000? 5,000?. Then can you point me towards someone who could do
> the work? Thanks Dave from Minnesota.
Seems like you might be coming back into the fold. :)
I am sure you know the bad thing to watch out for is rust. $1000 doesn't
sounds good to me if it is free for rust, but I don't know what they go for up
I don't know anyone up in MN that works on MGs, however, I do know people who
I am forwarding your question on to the MGs email list. Someone there will
know. You should come and join us. There are about 400-500 people on the
list world wide. Everyone from beginers to shop owners are on the list.
Someone can almost always answer this type of question.
Join at: http://www.team.net Just dig around for the mgs mailing list.
Listers, Dave is not yet on the list, so when you reply, use reply to all!
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