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My 1959 has captive nuts for both seat bases
Did a compression test which still looks good after a new head gasket last year, adjusted the valves, messed with the mixture and went for a nice long
Two days ago I repacked the front bearings, and adjusted the brakes. Today I added some oil to the dash pots, got some gas and went on a 50 mile ride
A little while ago, i was watching a Military channel program about the raid where some of the airmen were interviewed. I was amazed at how modest these
Looks like a standard NPT plug should work great.
Steve: Can you e-mail this the PDF on venting? I have a 1968 MGB that seems to have a venting problem. My e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My Healey is in the shop and front floor panels need to be replaced(to much rust to patch).
How many hours should it take from removal to replacement). Just want to make certain I am being charged...