I had a 1960 Jag MKII with the automatic transmission when I was in the
service. Great car - great driver and great looking. When I went to Germany,
it was damaged in transit (from Hawaii) and I ended up selling it to an
American civilian living in Bavaria who wanted to give it a complete
restoration. Sadly, I was never able to enjoy it on European roads.
If it's in the Northeast and you decide not to take it, feel free to pass it
along my way!
'54 MG TF
> Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 12:22:17 +0000
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [Mgs] alternator sold by moss?
> Greetings Fellow Mg persons.
> Funny, turns out that when you disconnect the ground on your mg while it's
running, it will wreck the alternator.
> P.O put a Bosche alt. kit from moss in the mg before I found out this
> Does anyone know what the alt. comes from? They always want to know the
make, model, year of the car, but this was an aftermarket kit.
> also, I am offered a Jaguar MK 2. year unknown. Team.net seems to be missing
a jaguar list. Perhaps for good reason.
> I would like to find out the year of this car.
> I can email the #s found on the plate under the bonnet if anyone has the
book to look it up. otherwise I'll go to Amazon and pay more money.
> I have seen the car, it has rust. Big suprize there!
> old toggle type switches.
> push button strater switch.
> that great jag engine and a 4sp with overdrive.
> Tempting, though of course, I hear a faint voice crying softly "run!! run as
fast as you can!
> while the angel (or is it the other way around?)on the other shoulder
whispers quietly about how cool the car would be after a bit of work.
> email me privately if you can help.
> I'll send the numers on the plate.
> Already too many cars, what's one more?
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