Well, unless you are enamored of the concept of a time capsule <g>, it
shouldn't be very difficult to get a key made. Mine only has one tang and
one notch to it.
My PO apparently used the glove box key as the ignition key, judging from
the wear on it. Unfortunately, the ignition key doesn't work in the glove
box, or you'd have a possible solution there. The gas key works in the
ignition, too, but not the reverse -- I suppose this is an indication as to
the state of the tumblers in the ignition switch.
on 10/1/02 5:13 AM, Eric at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Max Heim wrote:
>> Heck, on my B I can remove the key with the engine running... for example,
>> to open the glovebox. Passengers sometimes are astonished by this feature. I
>> don't know why...
> You can open your glovebox?
> I lost the key to my glovebox some four years ago and have never
> replaced it (or the lock on the glovebox). I keep wondering if I left
> anything valuable or important in the glovebox (I hope it wasn't a sandwich).
> It could make an interesting time capsule for the next owner ;-)
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires
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