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    For Sale Assorted Spridget Parts

    Instead of repeating myself, just see my Kijiji ad :-)

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  2. Re: Thinning the collection, need some advice on pricing parts including a hardtop

    ha ha lol To Funny, Here she is in Midge just before I delivered to new owner on Saturday

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    Roadtrip ? you can do it in 2 days if you drive straight thru for 22 hours one way, I'll help you install it when you get here, give you a place to sleep for about 3 hours & then wake you up & send...
  4. Re: Thinning the collection, need some advice on pricing parts including a hardtop

    HA HA what a "Generous" Offer JP ;-) lol
  5. Thinning the collection, need some advice on pricing parts including a hardtop

    The reality of having 4 antique vehicles & a young daughter to raise has finally settled in with me, paying insurance & maintenance on my 2 MG Midgets & clocking less than 200 miles in the past...
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    Re: Installing Sprite Luggage Rack

    Here's my thread from a few years ago...

    https://www.britishcarforum.com/bcf/showthread.php?37743-Luggage-Rack
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    Re: New to engine building - gaskets

    I use permatex grey on the valve cover gasket (only the tin cover side) & both side's of the thermostat gasket, simply because every other configuration has always ended in a leak at the thermostat...
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    Re: Well I am happy - car show Happy

    Hey Congratulations ! - Well Deserved
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    Re: Bosch Coil question

    To answer your original question : Yes you were correct in bypassing the ballast resistor, at least I have no ballast on my 67 & run a Bosch Blue with a "Jeff" distributor :-)

    Also thanks for the...
  10. Thread: My cleanish garage

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    Re: My cleanish garage

    Looks Good !
  11. refresh my foggy memory - replacing clutch in my 67 Midget

    The release bearing is shot on my 67 Midget & I will replace the clutch with a borg & beck & make sure the release bearing isn't one of those "pinned" ones that are prone to breaking off, the last...
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    Re: Home from Boarding School!

    This past weekend it was sunny & most of the snow was gone, also had to shuffle some stuff in the garage so it was a good excuse to charge the battery & hose the sawdust off the 74 & take it out for...
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    Re: Home from Boarding School!

    lol :-) - 4 years old, started school in September - Full time Junior Kindergarten, Jenna loves going to school thankfully :-)
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    Re: Home from Boarding School!

    Glad you got her out... way to much snow up here to even think of that yet for me...
  15. Re: Confirming the best choice for clutch / release bearing for my 67 Midget

    Okay thanks for the reply, I will get one ordered in the new year when my bank account recovers, also my nephew is showing an interest in working on cars... I'll get him to help on this job, if he...
  16. Confirming the best choice for clutch / release bearing for my 67 Midget

    A few years ago when I did the clutch on my 74 Midget, the general opinion seemed to be Borg & Beck - especially because they didn't have the "pinned" release bearing that have been known to fail, I...
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    Re: Penny the Bugeye in her new home

    Wow ! Nice Shop !! Dream come true for sure - Enjoy !!
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    Seen a nice "survivor" Bug Eye on the weekend

    Was surprised to see a Bug Eye, let alone a pretty original example at the St.Ignace MI Car show this past weekend - owner got it from original owners wife, he said it looks like the drivers door had...
  19. Thread: Jer's other car

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    Re: Jer's other car

    Here are pictures to prove it happened ! :-) - Had a great weekend !!

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  20. Thread: Jer's other car

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    Re: Jer's other car

    ha ha I will follow up with St.Ignace pictures - Yes Paula still has her T, don't think she will ever let go of that - that's her dream car, keeps a close eye on it ! lol - Here is Daughter Jenna,...
  21. Thread: Jer's other car

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    Re: Jer's other car

    Thanks JP ! , I was very happy to have Kustomrama put the story of my car together, quite an honour.
    I was out for a ride in the 74 Midget last night, going to St.Ignace MI car show this weekend...
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    Re: Modern Oils for Our Flat Tappet Engines

    Just following this discussion on a hot rod site, always an interesting debate, the one guy seems to be quite knowledgeable (& has the papers hanging on the wall to back it up) -
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  23. Re: is it posible to fit an electric temperature gauge ?

    The temp gauge / sender I got had a 1/8 npt sender & that wouldn't fit right in (what do you expect for 9 bucks on Amazon lol), so I cut the old packing nut out from the capillary tube & drilled &...
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    Re: Distributer with no vacuum advance

    Don't get me wrong, my car ran with that distributor, just tempermental - acted funny at steady throttle, random misfires, it seemed as if someone was under the hood constantly adjusting the timing,...
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    Re: Distributer with no vacuum advance

    My 67 Midget had a non vacuum advance distributor when I bought it & from reading the Terry Horler bible (I believe that's where I read it) the very early 1967 1275's came with mechanical advance...
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