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1. MGs For Sale (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 07:04:29 -0400
1962 MGB (very early - Vin# GHN3L/159 -59th built) Unrestored, solid car with some rust in rocker panels and rear doglegs. Floors and frame rails solid. Has factory hardtop in rough condition. Has 5-
/html/mgs/1996-08/msg00188.html (7,171 bytes)

2. Looking Michael Swanda (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 1996 09:27:57 -0400
With apologies to the "list" for bombing everyone for this e-mail, will Michael Swanda please e-mail me back. I have lost your e-mail address due to some computer upgrades.
/html/mgs/1996-08/msg00194.html (6,137 bytes)

3. Re: 3mainengine+ODtran:forsale (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 12 Aug 1996 10:54:39 -0400
I'm interested in both the engine and tranny. Let's talk. E-mail me back. Regards, Randy Balogh
/html/mgs/1996-08/msg00402.html (6,430 bytes)

4. Re: What year is this MGB engine? (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 1996 01:31:12 -0500
I would say that your B engine is a late '64 production engine. If I understand everything I've read it is within the last 6000 engines built in l964. Practically speaking it makes sense because it w
/html/mgs/1996-02/msg00109.html (7,187 bytes)

5. Re: MGB Snug Tops (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 3 Dec 1995 10:53:32 -0500
Snug Top is alive and well in California. Their telephone number is 800/275-2890. Regards, Randy Balogh Strictly British, Inc Lebanon, Ohio
/html/mgs/1995-12/msg00032.html (6,362 bytes)

6. Fwd: MowoGroup (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 18 Dec 1995 10:40:30 -0500
This MOWOG discussion has been interesting to me. For years I thought that it stood for Morris Wolseley Group. But recently a friend sent me Anders Ditlev Clausager's book. "Original MGB". In it on p
/html/mgs/1995-12/msg00327.html (7,813 bytes)

7. Re: Was there a '62 B? (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 18 Dec 1995 16:44:21 -0500
Whether there was a 1962 MGB depends on where you're standing. Production of the MGB commenced in May '62 and the 'B' was" introduced" on September 20, l962. I think many people (myself included) th
/html/mgs/1995-12/msg00351.html (8,126 bytes)

8. Re: Tales of the MOWOG Mythos.... (score: 1)
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 1995 08:35:39 -0500
For what it's worth, my recollection is that the MOWOG acronym stands for Morris Wolsely Group. Regards, Randy Balogh Lebanon, Ohio
/html/mgs/1995-11/msg00004.html (6,293 bytes)

9. Re: Parrish Plastics Hardtop parts (score: 1)
Date: Wed, 1 Nov 1995 18:58:07 -0500
Does anyone out there have the telephone # for Parrish Plastics Hardtops? I would like to find some of the rubber goods necessary to renew my old hardtop. I think the company is located in Pennsylvan
/html/mgs/1995-11/msg00031.html (6,695 bytes)

10. Re: Coil position on MGBs (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 1995 11:46:57 -0500
I've been working on a newly acquired '70 MGB/GT. While undoing some of the previous owner's bad wiring I was replacing the coil. This reminded me of something that has always bothered me. Why is the
/html/mgs/1995-11/msg00055.html (7,171 bytes)

11. Re: Parrish Plastics Hardtop parts (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 1995 09:33:18 -0500
About a week ago or more I inquired about the phone number for Parrish Plastics. They manufacture one of the aftermarket hardtops for MGBs as well as other cars. They also make fiberglass fenders, bo
/html/mgs/1995-11/msg00225.html (6,791 bytes)

12. Re: Re-dying the dashboard on my B... (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 1995 08:07:58 -0500
I have been using a black dye product for years and can't imagine there is a better product on the market. It is made by SEM Products, Inc. and marketed under the name "Vinyl Topper". It is a latex
/html/mgs/1995-11/msg00571.html (7,359 bytes)

13. Re: MGC Brake Boosters (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 3 Oct 1995 08:25:16 -0400
I haven't seen any discussion lately about MGCs so I'll break the ice and ask where can I find rebuilt brake boosters. I recently bought a '69 MGC/GT without either of the brake boosters. I know thes
/html/mgs/1995-10/msg00042.html (6,995 bytes)

14. Re: Gasket sealents (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 1995 08:50:36 -0400
I don't use gasket sealants when working on the exhaust and intake manifolds. In some of the shops I've worked in there was a practice of lightly using sealant on both sides of the gasket around the
/html/mgs/1995-10/msg00326.html (7,113 bytes)

15. Re: which oil to use? (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 1995 10:03:20 -0400
IMHO go with the Castro 20w-50. Regardless of what you decide to use stay with the same oil viscosity and brand. The Castrol 20w-50 gives you a better range of temperature protection under most cond
/html/mgs/1995-10/msg00378.html (7,059 bytes)

16. Re: SU Damper Fluid (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 1995 10:03:27 -0400
I have used the automatic transmission fluid over the years in various carb dashpots and liked using it because of it's viscosity and red color. However, maybe because the carbs are getting older an
/html/mgs/1995-10/msg00379.html (7,981 bytes)

17. Re: Need help in tire selection for 1974 MGB (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 1995 08:44:34 -0400
Go with either 175/70-14 or l85/70-14. I have run the l85/70-14 from different companies and found that the car rode smoother and handled better. Of course I needed tires to begin with so the new tir
/html/mgs/1995-09/msg00128.html (8,662 bytes)

18. Re: Stupid Tuning Question (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 15 Sep 1995 09:41:57 -0400
Back firing is generally an indication of a lean fuel mixture. This could be the fuel mixture of the SU carbs or possibly an intake vacuum leak. Try enriching the carbs a little at a time and see if
/html/mgs/1995-09/msg00313.html (7,899 bytes)

19. Re: Manual Spridget Engine Revolution and more (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 17 Sep 1995 17:27:55 -0400
With regard to turning the engine over by hand...try putting the car in 4th gear and rolling it through as you require. This works well when you are trying to set the valves. You could also buy a re
/html/mgs/1995-09/msg00370.html (7,636 bytes)

20. Re:75 MGB running again? (score: 1)
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 1995 08:17:57 -0400
ust pipe Bart, Regarding your oil droplets out of the exhaust pipe: It's probably not oil but rather a combination of condensation and unburnt fuel residue. The condensation will always be with you b
/html/mgs/1995-09/msg00394.html (6,668 bytes)

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