Happy MGA 50th, Ron - isn't that your age as well?
You're right, it's a fairly common problem with some cars - I've even it
on Jags in the past. The tip in this case was to lift the air valves -
we would have been waiting around longer if we hadn't, I believe.
Probably not many 50 year old Hyundais in the future, but I'll bet
Toyotas and Hondas might be around, especially the more collectible
ones. Guess the younger generation will be collecting and conserving
Ron Engelhardt wrote:
> It WAS a good ride and beautiful weather! I wasn't able to stay for
> lunch but this is a familiar problem. I'm always able to start when it's
> hot but it does run raggedy until enougn fuel pumps up to the bowl to
> replace the gas that boiled out.
> On a side note, my car was built exactly 50 years ago tomorrow so she'll
> be getting a birthday ride tomorrow to celebrate. Think we'll ever see
> any 50 year old Hyundais?
> 58 MGA
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