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[Spridgets] FW: 1968 Austin America / MG1100 - Hydrolastic Suspension

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Subject: [Spridgets] FW: 1968 Austin America / MG1100 - Hydrolastic Suspension
From: "Dean Swanson" <d.swanson@earthlink.net>
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2014 20:42:19 -0400
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You did not mention if your AA is a manual or automatic and if you want to
keep it original or modify it?

It is always a good idea to drive a newly acquired car a little bit before
tearing it apart to know what is working and what isn't...

'62 Sprite mk II
Holly Springs, NC

-----Original Message-----

Hi all,

I'm new to the group, but thanks to Kevin Valentine, he's graciously added
me to the list. I'm the girlfriend of his nephew, Ben, who was kind enough
to get me a 1968 Austin America for Christmas.

We've started taking things apart and it seems to be "ok". I'm new at car
restoration and this one is unique in itself. I was wondering if anyone
could help with where to start with the suspension. What to look for to see
if it still works, etc?

Also, where would a safe place to start be for the transmission/engine,
since they share oil?

Kindest regards, Brenda
(an enthusiastic newbie)


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