Join the North American MGA Register. Its URL is
ALL of the previous articles written in the register's "MGA!"
technical section are available as copies. The information is on
their web site.
Bookmark these two web sites:
Join the web site dedicated to the MGA twin cam and Deluxe at
Deluxe owner Grank Graham is on the above list and his website is
the safeteyfast one listed above.
For the mechanical books get a copy of the factory shop manual or
one printed by Haynes.
There's not one REALLY good book for appearance. For some help
on the body, upholstery, etc., get a copies of:
"The MGA Restoration Guide" by Malcom Green
"Original MGA", by Anders Clausager
A very good book but out of print and hard to find is:
"The A-Antics Tech Tips" Published by the MIchigan Chapter of the
North American MGA Register (NAMGAR).
Other helpful books have been put out by:
Todd Clark of Clark Spares
John Twist of University Motors
"MGA History and Restoration Guide" by Bob Vitrikas
Stay on this list and ask questions.
It has 4-wheel disk brakes
That's the critical part for a deluxe. To veryify that the car
was built that way, get a copy of it's build specifications. An
application and link can be found at the NAMGAR site written at
the top of this message.
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