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Re: Fw: mgb conversion

To: Rick Brown <>
Subject: Re: Fw: mgb conversion
From: Larry Colen <>
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 16:21:28 -0800
Last year I posted info about a guy that was selling two of them in
Watsonville California. I heard an ad on KPIG (they have free
"hogcall" dial in ads on the station, like KFATs "fatgrams"), got the
phone number, called the guy and posted the info.  A search of the
archives would probably turn up the guy's phone number.


On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 08:43:20PM -0500, Rick Brown wrote:
> I received the following email - if anyone has any info on the URL the
> gentleman  is looking for please email him directly at
> Thanks
> Rick
> Webmaster for:
> ___________________________________________________________
>  - The North American MGB Register
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Agosti" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 8:23 PM
> Subject: mgb conversion
> > I'm looking for a website that had a pictureof a mgb with a 2tc corolla
> > engine that was dropped in with dual webbers.  I lost the website url and
> am
> > looking for help in locating it. I already have a totally restored mgb gt
> > 1973 red with dual su's. and am working on another 1974 gt here in
> houston.
> > I am looking at every site I can find in order to complete the swap. This
> > one also had pics of the motor mounts and specs.
> > My engine has all forged parts and was to go back into an original t model
> > corolla but sadly they stole the corolla and not my 66 mustang or the
> > restored gt. There is no standards in taste here in Houston TX. If you
> know
> > of the site or come across it please reply.

I've found something worse than oldies station that play the music I used to
listen to. Oldies stations that play the "new" music I used to complain about.                          

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