I went to a restoration shop over the weekend and the same thing happened to
a very early and rare MG engine but they didn't have the piece that was
missing. The machine shop fabricated another piece after cleaning up the
broken part of the block and epoxied and used set screws to hold it in
place. Beautiful job too.
----- Original Message -----
From: "snyler" <email@example.com>
To: "Andrew Murphy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, October 18, 2002 12:28 PM
Subject: Re: The first "bad" news from my restoration
> At 5:28 PM -0700 10/17/02, Andrew Murphy wrote:
> >So I was dismayed to hear that one of the castings that bolts the tranny
> >the block is missing. Technically, the block is cracked, but it is not
> >it is cracked across the top but just at the point where it bolts to the
> Bummer, but at least it's not in an area that holds in water or
> expanding gases. I guess the happiest surprise you can experience
> during restoration is "It's not as bad as we thought".
> -Marc T. 65 L-320 in Resto land, by meself...on the cheap.
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