you can use these ones, if you like:
I will look in the several hundred pictures I have and see if there are any
that might suit you better
Since I still have the (now complete) chassis without the body on, let me know
if you want anything more specific. I can go to the garage and take it!
I also have a friend nearby that is restoring a 1600 MkII
>Finally getting to the long promised tech page to show the variations in
>the 5 different gearboxes used in the MGA, as well as 3 different
>propshafts and 2 different engine rear plates. Would anyone have the
>MGA 1600 gearbox (prefer right side)
>High starter position, flanged output shaft.
>MGA 1600-MK-II gearbox (prefer right side)
>More external ribbing, thicker bolt flange on bellhousing.
>MGA 1600 type propshaft
>Flanged both ends, sliding spline coupling aft of the front u-joint,
>similar to the MGB propshaft. I could also use the length dimension,
>center to center of u-joint pivot points when fully compressed to shortest
>1958 MGA with an attitude