Wow! What a find! I'm afraid I can't help you, but I would think there would
be some kind of club for pre-war cars in Oz, somewhere.
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires
on 12/8/02 12:20 AM, Ray Bradbery at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi all, hope someone here can help me. I have just acquired a 1927 MG 14/40.
> The car is in in original condition, but is in very good condition for a
> car 75 years old. Previous owner didn't believe in restoring cars. It was
> driven regularly up until 18 months ago when it was stored in a barn.
> Oil looks fine but I intend to drain and change oil as a precaution. Will
> also change points and plugs and all rubber such as radiator hoses which
> have cracked. However the engine turns freely using the crank handle.
> What steps should I take before attempting to start the engine?
> Is anyone aware of any resources which are good source of information on
> these pre-war cars?
> Ray Bradbery
> Sydney, Australia
> 1949 MGTC
> 1951 MGTD
> 1957 Austin Healey 3000
> 1959 Morris Minor Pickup
> 1968 MGB (V8)
> 2002 MGTF
> 2002 BMW 330i
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