I believe the body shells use the second-generation tooling (68-74), so that
it would be difficult to install a 67 dash; but ask Kelvin. The running gear
shouldn't be any problem, as you can get the parts for almost any
combination; but a matched engine and transmission (of whatever vintage)
would make it simpler.
on 10/11/02 8:18 PM, Don Malling at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Thanks for all the responses on my previous question about gauge
> rebuilding. The information was great. I have contacted mo-ma and
> nisonger, and have been paying more attention to eBay.
> I would like to build a 67 on my BMH body shell, but I'm having some
> trouble locating a 67 parts car in my area -- Binghamton NY. I have not
> been looking long, so maybe I should give it some time.
> I have however, located two 69's from a single owner. He wants to sell
> both. Both are rough, and one is very rough -- I would only get a drive
> train, windshield, door hardware, top frame, and some mildly dented
> bumpers from it. The other one is still rough, but better. From looking
> at eBay, it seems I could part them out and sell what I don't need. I
> see hoods going for $80.00 on eBay.
> Is it reasonable to think that I could use these two 69's to build most
> of it, and then do the 67 dash and gauges with eBay parts? I assume I
> would use a 67 wiring harness because of the 67 dash? Perhaps I will get
> myself into problems with mechanical vs electrical gauges -- tring to
> connect 67 dash conponents to 69 drive train?
> Hmmm...Steering column above the u-joint appears to be completely
> different. Maybe I just need to wait for a 67...
> Vague questions I know.
> Don Malling
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
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