NameSteve Penkethman
Date2018-08-10
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MessageHi Paul,
Thank you, what a great site. It was invaluable whilst I was rebuilding my MGB Roadster and remains the place to look for help when in need.
Thanks
Steve


NameDanny Hume
Date2018-03-19
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MessageThe best site i have found. Well done! smilie


NameMister "B"
Date2017-05-19
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MessageHi,
found your page by accident but this is the most helpful page I have ever seen to the topic MGB.
Lots of helpfuk hints and tricks and very good to read.
Keep on doing this page in this right way
smilie smilie smilie smilie


NameWarren Perkinson
Date2017-04-22
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MessageHey there, I found your web page on Lucas wiper motors inspirational. I have been trying to wire up my Lucas wipers so they park correctly on my 1970 Land Rover, and your page correctly distinguishes between the park switch 37H 2734 on the earlier A & B suffix wiper motors (which I have) from the later clip on switch. Until I found your page I had no idea that there were different park switches. But I also (eventually) came to the conclusion that these earlier motors and the earlier screw on switches were wired for +ve earthed vehicles - which is why all my earlier attempts to wire this failed... I was following the wiring diagrams of the later park switch (37H 6784) and so nothing worked. Thanks heaps for your helpful site! Cheers, W.


NamecidayChic
Date2017-04-17
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MessageIt is really a great and useful piece of information. I?


NamecidayChic
Date2017-02-22
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MessageWay neat! Some extremely valid details! I we appreciate you you publishing this article plus the rest of the site is also top notch.


NameTomkoS
Date2017-01-31
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MessageI really enjoyed reading mgb-stuff.org.uk , bookmarked your page


NameNeil Cotty
Date2016-06-04
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MessageHI Paul,

Glad to see you're still into MG's and still have your cars! Unfortunately I don't have the V8 anymore but I have my C still waiting for restoration. Your site is still the best MG site on the net.

All the best,
Neil


NameBob Smith
Date2015-06-17
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MessageGreetings Paul.
I should like to convey my thanks and appreciation of your interesting and informative site.
Your piece concerning the poor quality of some "latter day" rotor arms was most useful in helping me diagnose an indifferently running 1800 GG with a hot-fail tendency.
A root around in my box of old dizzys produced a 30-odd year old rotor arm, which has proved to be the cure. Again my thanks,
Best regards. Bob.


NameGreg Wood
Date2015-06-04
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MessageLiking your site very much


NameAlan Vasey
Date2015-01-26
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MessageHey I'd just like to thank you for your post on indicator lights. I have been having trouble with lights back feeding through the negative side and could not find what the cause was. Your post was exactly spot on. A bad earth. cleaned up the earth connection onto the body and problem fixed. Thank you again.


NameLil 'B'
Date2014-12-10
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MessageHello...
I was linked to your site from the MG Experience.

The windscreen wiper wiring was driving me nuts until I found the circuit explanation at this site.

Thanks


NameManek
Date2014-09-20
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MessageTerrific website, Paul, many thanks for your assiduity in maintaining it. I've found it a treasure trove of information as I embark on my journey towards MGB perfection.

Just one constructive suggestion, if I may: the Links page needs a bit of updating, some of the links are dead.

Many thanks.


NameSteven
Date2014-09-12
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MessageAn absolute treasure trove and Alladin's cave of information and wisdom.

Thank you for sharing!

Steven(ski) smilie


Namekelly
Date2014-08-10
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MessageWhat a useful and detailed resource, thank you! Solved my won't start issue.

1980 MGB LE smilie


NamePeter
Date2014-05-30
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MessageI just wanted to say how invaluable your site is. I am restoring a rather sad 1975 MGB GT and things like torque setting for imperial vs metric, thread types and other technical info is just excellent. Also, reading your learnings, thus saving me repeating the same mistakes, or tips and tricks, is simply fantastic. Prior to owning the MG I built a Tiger Cat E1. Whilst the overriding pleasure was to be able to do things "my way" one of the draw backs was the amount of time I spent researching how to achieve what at first seemed like a simple job - because no-one had done things the same way or because I was using parts from various Ford donor cars (mainly Fors Cortina/Capri/Escort)or from kit car suppliers like CBS/Europa etc! So a huge vote of Thanks from me! Keep it up and hopefully once my MGB is roadworthy we'll meet at a show and I can thank you in person!! smilie smilie smilie


NameRich Marrone
Date2014-03-06
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MessageGreat source of info. Thank you


NameRich Marrone
Date2014-03-06
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MessageGreat source of info. Thank you


NamePeter Chapman
Date2013-12-28
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MessageBrilliant website. I've recently bought a 1975 GT to use as a donor for the RPS body kit conversion and this site is going to prove an invaluable source of knowledge. Well done!!


NameZack
Date2012-05-13
MessageGreat Website ! smilie increaseenginepower.com



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NameGlen Lewis
Date2011-12-20
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MessageA excellent source of information and excellent views!.. Keep up the good work as I will be a frequent visitor!

Owner of 1981 MGB GT in Snapdragon Yellow.


NamePete S
Date2011-11-22
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MessageJust found your site and what a great find. So much information - far better than a Haynes Manual! Great job and thanks for your help.



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NameBarry J
Date2011-10-25
MessageJust wanted to say how truly excellent your site is - everything I needed to know (and had trouble finding) all in one place.

Sincere thanks smilie


NameBill Archibald
Date2011-08-29
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MessageWish I had found your site 18 months ago - would have saved me much pain and grief in dismantling and reassembling 72 Roadster!! Excellent guide and will assist me in the various ongoing niggles and projects

Brilliant!!


NameJohnB
Date2011-08-23
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MessageDoesn't matter how many manuals you have for your MG, this site is an indispensable work of reference.


NameBernie A
Date2011-08-14
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MessageWhat a brill site. Needed some help with lights on my 'new' 1970 MGB and got it straight off. Ta


Name#harris12[EGGHGGTGGTHT]
Date2011-06-15
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MessageHi - I am definitely delighted to discover this. great job!



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NameBrian
Date2011-05-14
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MessageJust bought a BGT needed a bit of work and have found your site very informative.

Thanks


NameDominique
Date2011-04-27
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MessageGreat site! I own a 1979 MGB, a long time dream which I managed to fulfill a few years ago. They say, we women are not mechanically minded. Perhaps, however your site is just what we need. Occasionally I like to try to tinker and solve some of my minor MGB problems myself and I stumbled upon your site which is very well illustrated.

So thanks for that, really appreciate the time and effort on your part.


NameThomas Whitman
Date2011-04-18
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MessageThank you for inviting us to sign your Guest Book.
We own a 1977 MGB and enjoy it very much. Good to know a resource for answering questions at a later time. Thank you, Thomas


NameMikeWref
Date2011-03-22
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MessageJust saying hello, hope this was the right section and that I will enjoy it here

Cheers
Mike


NameBarry Triplett
Date2011-03-13
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MessageHi Paul, Just a thank you for the amazing story of Terry and his BGT rebuild. I sent a link to the Austin A30/A35 Owners Club forum which has generated much interest and congratulations. Thanks for that, and, thanks for you.

Barry


NameMurray Beer
Date2011-01-29
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MessageHave gained a lot from your site.Just set tappets by your RON method and OK.
1971 MGB GT


NameAmarieVar
Date2011-01-26
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MessageI find myself coming to your blog more and more often to the point where my visits are almost daily now!



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Namefacial cleanser
Date2010-12-20
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MessageThis is the best article I have read, thank you, I have learned a lot of knowledge in this area.



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Namegun sales
Date2010-12-05
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MessageReal nice ! Many thanks !


NameRandy Neal
Date2010-10-22
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MessageGreat SITE! Thank you so much for such great and valued insights. We just bought/adopted a 73 MGB and have found your insight very helpful for fixing the little gremlins. Thank you again



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NameGeoff Brown
Date2010-07-19
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MessageThis is my 3rd entry as I would like to express my thanks for the help regarding my MGB cooling fan. The site is a goldmine and a superb reference guide to everything about the B. Long may the site flourish


NamePhil Thornber
Date2010-05-08
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MessageGreat site , just got my 1st B and have found your advise and information most helpful
Thanks a lot
Phil


NameLes Biglands
Date2010-01-07
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MessageMGB V8 Roadster and Sunbeam Imp.


NameMark hannon
Date2009-10-22
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MessageJust bought my first MG, a 1978 B GT and I am still finding my way around the car. This site is absolutely superb for a beginner such as myself and I'm sure it will be a regular reference point as I work on my car.

Thanks very much for all you hard work making this site Paul.

Regards,

Mark Hannon,
Castleford.



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NameJohn
Date2009-07-05
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MessageThis is the next best thing to having you in the garage with me.

Thanks for your time.


NameBud
Date2009-06-17
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MessageWow, plenty of very useful information. Thank you for taking the time to have all this on the web. smilie


Nameandy
Date2009-06-10
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MessageI have just used your idiots guide to diagnose a faulty fuel sender. Thanks for the logical fault finding guide.

Thanks

Andy



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NameSteve
Date2009-01-08
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MessageYour site is an absolute goldmine of practical MGB info - keep up the good work!

cheerio,
Steve from mgbparts.org


NameVernon Olson
Date2008-10-16
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MessageJust read your piece on your father in law Harry Munn. I am always in awe of that generation and
their courage. Very nice account of one of our
heroes.
Vern


NameBarry Barnes
Date2008-09-30
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MessageNice site. I've included a link to it from mine, specifically from a page entitled: "Barry's Classic Cars - Expertise Sources for British Sports Cars" at effectivenessgrowth.com/id60.html.


NamePierre De Rijck
Date2008-09-03
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MessageSuberb information and a great help for a DIY.


NameLarry Leclerc
Date2008-08-28
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MessageA great site. smilie


Nameandrew hall
Date2008-08-13
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Messagegood site a good help and found wiring diagrams a good help thanks andy


NameDon Baker
Date2008-06-22
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MessageHi, Paul this is my first time here. just thought i would look around get a feel for the sight first. thank you for your help in the past.still trying to get that headlamp switch out of my dash. Thanks, Don


NamePhil
Date2007-08-22
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Messagesmilie I have stumbled aacross your site after just becoming the proud owner of a 69MGB roadster.
This site is great, it is easy to read( but sometimes I need help with the accronyms, what is IMHO?) Great work. I am sure over time I will have read and used most of the topics.

Cheers
Phil(Welsh man in OZ)

In My Humble Opinion. Another common one, especially for new owners, is the concept of the Dumb Previous Owner when finding something nasty. :o)



NameJoe Holland
Date2007-08-11
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MessageWhat a wonderful site, an inspiration to say the least...be sure that all the effort is appreciated by all...cheers and God Bless!


NameSteve Crowder
Date2007-06-26
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MessagePaul, thanks for everything you do for us. I am 53, Police Chief for the City of Lexington Virginia, and a 64/65/66/67-B owner since I was 18. Just a question about yourself. Did I remember someone saying that you worked for MB in the years past? Hope your well and would be glad to send you anything about Virginia if interested.
Steve Crowder
Lexington, Va.
I think if you Search (Chief Steve Crowder) you will find my ugly mug where it references Chief Beard's retirement.


NameJohn Deal
Date2007-06-02
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MessageBrilliant site, just brilliant


NameChris82
Date2007-02-16
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MessagePaul. Many thanks for your time and effort on this wonderful site.I have owned my MGB for only ten months and found this site to be invaluable. Be Lucky, Chris. 74 1/2 Roadster.


NamePaul Osborne
Date2007-01-21
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MessageThanks for the distributor data and curves , thay have been a great help sorting out 25D units.

paul


NameDavid Jackson
Date2007-01-02
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Messagesmilie smilie Thank you, such an excellent site.

1964 MGB roadster.


NameVernon Olson
Date2007-01-01
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MessageHi: Just wanted to wish you a happy New Year and
thank you for your great site. I finally took time to further investigate you efforts and have discovered the wealth of information you have provided. I am especially grateful for the entry on the Overdrive latching circuit which I am constructing, as per your instructions, for my current project. I have also reconfigured the loom, the old was badly burned, to properly fuse all the circuits as you advise.
Thanks again, Vern
My pleasure :o)


NameGeoffr Brown
Date2006-12-10
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MessageThis is my second entry to the guest book. Many thanks for the advice in fitting yellow polyurethane bushes to my 1977 Roadster. Long may the site remain alive.


NameAnthony James McGahey
Date2006-12-05
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MessageWhat a fantastic site - it's proved invaluable to me during the minor restoration of my 79 mgb - keep up the good work and merry christmas.


NameClassic & Sports (japan)
Date2006-10-23
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MessageGreat site..
looking for rust free MG there are plenty in Japan

please take a look at my home page for Japanese Classic cars and damaged cars
http://www.geocities.jp/classic_sports71/jcs

Anthony Hardie


NameRaymond W. Yackel
Date2006-10-07
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MessageHey. Nice site. 77 MBG with several modifications. I'd like to establish a regurlar contact with whomever has a similar car. I also have a 66 Sunbeam Alpine - currently more therapy than car. From PaulH: Ah, the Sunbeam Alpine. I lusted after that car ... until I saw the MGB.


NameGeoff Brown
Date2006-08-31
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MessageMany thanks for the excellent site. I found it invaluable in overhauling the heater of my 1977 MGB Roadster.


NameAndy Meroney
Date2006-08-29
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MessageMy wife came by owning an MGB the hard way, death of a close friend. It came with instructions for me to fix it up for her. Thank you for your web site it has helped a lot, 95% done now.


NameJ.G.CATFORD
Date2006-06-08
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MessageHello,

I was searching bolts torques to complete my B-GT front suspension restoration. I discoverd this site, very informative...

Thank you.


Jean G.


Namemr sonic sinclaire
Date2006-04-18
Messagehi ya, it was a pleasure visiting your site.

please have a look at my rebuild of my mgb gt 1975:-

http://up.to/mgbgt


Namejames d ganey
Date2006-04-09
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MessageI need help on getting the boot latch open on 1975mgb. how can I keep this from happen again.

Thank you

From PaulH: That's a good question, I've been thinking about a hidden cable release for a while, something like for the bonnet, but it is trickier.



NameRobert Lynex
Date2006-04-05
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MessageA great site. Nice to see Solihull getting a mention as I lived there for 35 years - before it was spoilt by development!


NameBrian Davies
Date2006-03-18
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MessageA great site. I'm going to try your method for stowing the hood on my B.


NameCharlie
Date2006-03-13
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MessageFabulous site! Searching for Lucas information brought me here. I've restored two Sunbeam Imps and helped with some other makes. My present project is a Factory Five 1965 427 Cobra replica (with 427) for myself. Next time you're in Nantucket, give a call smilie I'm just around the corner in Rhode Island.
Thanks for all the info, and a truly magnificent site!!
Charlie


NameRick
Date2006-02-07
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MessageI would like to ask a question of you if I may. I remember years ago regularly trawling through MGB sites and was always impressed with your knowledge and helpfulness. Could I email you my question as I fear I don't have enough space here! Basically, it's concerning 12v batteries and a problem I have encountered since I installed it. Many thanks. Rick


NamePhent
Date2006-01-03
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MessageFound your site in google, and it has a lot of usefull information. Thanks. <a href="http://www.juneauphotos.com">.</a> smilie


NameRay Rowsell
Date2005-09-14
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MessageDiscovered the site today as a result of a link from the BBS board. Thanks for the very clear description of the way a dynamo works and the faultfinding procedure. Hopefullly, I can now sort my Midget.


NameTodd
Date2005-08-19
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MessageHope you can help

I have a US 1976 MGB. The problem is as follows:

Windshield wipers and pump do not work
Fan to blower is good (tested) but does not work from the fan switch
Turn signals do not work
Hazard light indicator does not work when haz are on and
Last but not least the second fuse from the bottom on the fuse box blows when the second green wire (goes to wiper pump) is attached to the fuse box but not when the first green(goes to induction heater) wire is attached. I have 11.63 volts on the white side of the second fuse. Does anyone have a suggestion on what to look for or know what the problem could be?

All my lights work including when the haz are on

Hope you can help


NameDoug T.
Date2005-08-07
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MessageHey,
Love the site and greetings from Manitoba Canada. I am currently researching my first MGB purchase. Likely a 1971. Keep putting up the info and pics. smilie


NameMark Watson
Date2005-07-24
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MessageCongratulations on the new layout. Keep it up to date as a celebrity smilie


NameAlex Mayers
Date2005-07-17
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MessageWhere are the updates? i cant seem to find them. But anyway, nice job.


NameJames Beckett
Date2005-07-16
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Messagereally good one, but i would stick more with updating and fresh data. this will help a lot to play.


NameAndy Wright
Date2005-07-13
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MessageI loved the piece on replacing a roadster windscreen.

I did it with only a wife for a helper. We're still married! We spent ages skidding around in a sea of washing up liquid. Like you said the bottom seal stretches and you can cut it too short. I did. Hopelessly short. I was too traumatised though so I drove around with duc tape applied to keep the rain out of the corners for several years!!!

Two years ago I bought a new seal but still didn't fancy fitting it. Finally got around to it last summer. Three hours later we gave up you could push about 50% of it into the channel and then as you tried to do more it would jump out somewhere else. Luckily there weren't any big hammers lying around.

Bought another seal next day and that went in no problem. The first one must have been wrong profile.

Will come back to see more updates.

Andy


NameGood
Date2005-07-07
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Messagepropecia http://www.bestrxpills.com


NameDon Shiells
Date2005-07-04
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MessageJust stumbled on your site via MGOC.
Very impressed.


Namea href=http://books.amazingbar.com/detail.php/0374292884/The-World-Is-Flat:-A-Brief-History-of-the-Twenty-first-Century.htmlThe World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century/a
Date2005-06-28
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MessageThe site is beautifully done. Hope to see more and more in the future.


NameW.Bonney
Date2005-05-20
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MessageExcellent site very informative and a pleasure to read....will think of something witty next time.
Thanks


Nameandy
Date2005-04-25
Messagehello there!


NameVictor Gardino
Date2005-04-20
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MessageGoing to keep this site for a boat load of info. Right now just horseing around trying to figure out how to change a CB to RB ride height without going nuts doing so. Thanks Paul for your help. Victor


Nameok
Date2005-03-27
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MessageThe site is beautifully done. Hope to see more and more in the future.


NameMikeB (The Wiz)
Date2005-03-27
MessageLove the site Paul, your wiring diagrams are wonderful! Following your instructions I have just fitted headlamp relays and cured the minor problem of only having 10V at the lights!


NameBob Owen
Date2005-02-19
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MessagePaul,
As a factory V8 owner I've often seen your useful comments on the V8 register bulletin board but I'd not previously had a look at your web-site. And what a web-site it is! This really is a wealth of real hands-on valuable info. As someone who prepares the odd piece of technical literature I appreciate just how much work has gone into this site - and all for free! Perhaps you get some reward from seeing just how many people visit your site - I shall certainly be returning!
Many thanks,
Bob


NameIvan Bate
Date2005-02-17
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MessageHi guys,

Wanted to let you know that this is a great site. I have looked at several MGB sites and find this one particularly useful.

I am interested in your Watch this space for the Boot latch safety device.

I had a funny problem where a new girlfriend had all her professional photography equipment and clothes in the boot of my MGB. I got out of the car at the airport to drop her off as she had a photoshoot to fly to and my bloody boot hatch would not disengage. There were a few minutes of panic as i thought about how i would open the boot... we actually started laughing as it was the first date we had spent together.

I cursed the thing about ten times and tried once more pushing very firmly on the boot and it disengaged.

Shortly afterwards i checked all alignment. It hasnít happened since but i want a backup plan. the girlfriend is still around so i guess the MGB has must be quite charming.

I have already done something on the front boot similar to the technique described in your site.

Interested to hear how you tackle this problem.....

Anyway, good work. There is plenty of useful stuff in this site.

Thanks
Ivan Bate


NameUPC DAMAGED CARS
Date2005-01-10
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MessagePlease try and find time to have a look at our damaged cars for sale..
We also have some sample photos of how we can load containers ...

Home Page

http://www5f.biglobe.ne.jp/~upc/

Contact : Anthony Hardie (15 years in the motor trade in Japan)

Tel: 81-90-4426-8291


NameBryan Shook
Date2004-10-20
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MessageI own a '78 Ribber MGB. Found your site by accident. Great information--especially the electrical bits.

thanks


NameLaurie Webb
Date2004-09-25
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MessageGreat site Paul. Have seen your many and useful postings on MG Enthusiasts BBS.

I too have a Bee and a Vee although the BGT (1950cc) is up for sale smilie as I don't have room for two cars AND my motor caravan.


NameWalter W. Cordin
Date2004-08-31
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MessageCame across your beautiful site while surfing for MG info, parts, etc. I own a 1948 TC, # 6749, and a 1969 MGB GT that is in the final stages of a complete groundup restoration. The costs are quite high, and the car will not be worth the investment, but the car is for me and will provide a slightly more civilized mg to drive on longer trips than the TC.

Thanks for the site!

WWC


NameDavid Pollack
Date2004-08-17
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MessageI have just purchased an MGB and am exploring the world of. I really enjoyed your site and will visit again.


Namewilly
Date2004-07-12
Messagevery good site
http://yaae.com


NameDon Anderson
Date2004-04-29
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MessageGreat site. Wish I'd seen it weeks ago. smilie


NameGeorge Gibbs
Date2004-04-06
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Message
Greetings from Canada, British Columbia to be
exact. I currently have a 1975 M.G.B., in
excellent condition, no rust and only 17223
miles. I have modified it slightly by changing
the carberation to twin S.U's, and lowering
the frame 1 7/8 inches.
I have owned over the years, a T.R.4 and 6,
and my favorite a 1962 38 Jaguar.




NameGren Dawkin
Date2004-04-03
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MessageThanks for your advice re the running-on problem on my MGB GT LE, I will let you know how I get on.
Thanks also for the link to your site, really good.
Problem is I live on the Coast in mid Wales, obtaining anything here, especially classic car bits, is really hard work.

Cheers

Gren.


NamePaul Hunt
Date2004-02-28
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MessageBy hook or by crook I'll be first in this one too. smilie


Name:
Paul Hughes
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Excellent site, 'Spanners' is very informative and must be a great help to many people.
Date created:
Sun Nov 9 17:48:17 2003

Name:
roger
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mgb1971@comcast.net
Submission-comments:
nice site- always fun to see another MG website
Date created:
Tue Sep 23 04:48:41 2003

Name:
Bill & Lenora
E-mail:
arrowg@mindspring.com
Submission-comments:
Current "won't start" problem brought us to your page! Found the information contained in your electrical section was sooo much more informative than anything else we've looked at!! Thanks
Date created:
Tue Sep 9 19:57:26 2003

Name:
Ted Ridge
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Exellent site,now in my favourites, hope you dont get pissed off with me!
Date created:
Thu Aug 28 23:16:42 2003

Name:
Rich Poole
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richp@poolelan.com
Submission-comments:
'74 Red B...just trying to figure out my dizzy (40897!)
Date created:
Wed Aug 27 01:45:02 2003

Name:
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419lome
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Mon Aug 25 09:46:08 2003

Name:
Iain Hallifax
E-mail:
iainhallifax@btinternet.com
Submission-comments:
As an owner of a B and a V, I find your site is a source of invaluable information. Many thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
Date created:
Thu Aug 14 23:17:31 2003

Name:
jim
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Very interesting site
Date created:
Thu Aug 14 03:31:49 2003

Name:
Mark Gooding
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Bleedin' Brakes!! Just hope your hint on this site works ;-) created:
Thu Aug 7 15:22:43 2003

Name:
Richard Cutright
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rcutright@aol.com
Submission-comments:
1970 MGB roadster 1959 MG Magnette MkIII Farina Saloon (I just LOVE saying that!)
Date created:
Wed Jul 23 18:16:38 2003

Name:
zoe lunn
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I found it really interesting !!!
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Wed Jun 4 15:01:52 2003

Name:
Hans Duinhoven
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h.duinhoven@planet.nl
Submission-comments:
Hi Paul, Just an update of my previous entry. Looking bavk to my previous one there are 2 changes:ugust 2000. I've promised my youngest son to visit U.K. when he passes his exams. Hope he'll does pass!ands
Date created:
Sat May 17 20:54:39 2003

Name:
John Larabee
E-mail:
jlarabee@fuse.net
Submission-comments:
Outstanding web site for MGB newbies like me!
Date created:
Sat May 10 19:27:09 2003

Name:
Kimberly Arthur
E-mail:
serendippppppity@earthlink.net
Submission-comments:
Hello! Outstanding web site you have here! Thanks for a most informative visit =) Best wishes to all!
Date created:
Sun Apr 6 11:59:00 2003

Name:
Dick Immins
E-mail:
immins@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Great Web Site.......well done!
Date created:
Thu Apr 3 18:39:37 2003

Name:
Tom Arrigo
E-mail:
mgb@adelphia.net
Submission-comments:
Great web sight,and very informing... Thanks, Tom3 11:53:22 2003

Name:
Aubrey Schneider
E-mail:
aschneider@shaw.ca
Submission-comments:
My comp crashed (motherboard) & I lost your site address. Pse send back to me. I NEED it
Date created:
Mon Feb 17 21:52:21 2003

Name:
Pete Groh
E-mail:
petegroh@yahoo.com
Submission-comments:
Got your web page off the MG digest. In the USA, I cut keys to code, american key blanks for both foreign and american cars. Have a web page at http://britishcarkeys.bizhosting.com I am also a source for wilmot breeden keys, used on early British cars, MRN, FA, FP, FS etc. Appreciate any referrals. Best regards, Pete Groh, Ellicott City, Md. USA
Date created:
Tue Jan 21 17:01:49 2003

Name:
Frederick Rueck
E-mail:
frrueck@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
I came across the Harry Munn section of your webpage while doing some research for a role in a play I will be performing in beginning Jan. 23rd, 2003. I was riveted by his account of the last months prior to the Dunkirk evacuation and imprisonment. That event is one thing I am researching specifically. Thank you for putting this account on your site, and my thanks to your father-in-law, Mr. Munn, and all his comrades for their sacrifice. Please accept my belated condolences on his passing. Those tragic
Date created:
Thu Dec 5 20:13:05 2002

Name:
Angus Munro
E-mail:
angus.munro@c2i.net
Submission-comments:
A Brit. resident in Norway and restoring a 1966 B roadster. Well, taking a car apart, throwing away most bits and buying new parts... some restoration...
Date created:
Fri Oct 18 11:15:57 2002

Name:
Terry Yuzik
E-mail:
terry.yuzik@sk.sympatico.ca
Submission-comments:
Great site I learned a lot. I am busy assembling and retoring a 1964 B roadster I found in boxes. Your site has many good things that I will use. I did have problems opening the electrical schematics section, It may be my conection or computor, I'll try again soon as I need a lot of help in the next month or so as I'll be installing a new harness. Great siteOct 6 20:58:18 2002

Name:
Jim Darroch
E-mail:
jim@darroch23.freeserve.co.uk
Submission-comments:
Just bought my first MG, a 1974 Roadster. Great site with lots of useful info, especially for a newcomer. Thanks.
Date created:
Sun Sep 29 19:56:05 2002

Name:
P Camp
E-mail:
pauldcamp@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
excellent technical information
Date created:
Wed Sep 11 06:20:01 2002

Name:
Dennis Barr
E-mail:
Barrmark262@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Got the site off an email on the MGB list. I know I will use the information any times as I restore my early 74 B. Thanks
Date created:
Tue Aug 27 05:17:20 2002

Name:
Greg Chauvin
E-mail:
greg.chauvin@jjmackay.ca
Submission-comments:
A fantastic site ... found lots of info and help in the spanners section ... can't wait to get back under the bonnet of my restored 79 MGB to investigate and prove out some of the ideas and suggestions to make it a better running and more enjoyable car... thanks 8 04:42:08 2002

Name:
Chas
E-mail:
restoredclassic@aol.com
Submission-comments:
An interesting site
Date created:
Sun Aug 4 00:10:26 2002

Name:
Anthony
E-mail:
bizzeeb@msn.com
Submission-comments:
Medical Plans Available Discount Dental/Vision/Prescription/Chiropractic Plan - Only $11.95/single-$19.95/family plan- National Premiere Benefits Company Visit us today! Sign up On Our Secure Website!iboplus.com/aagatend, business associate or family member that might need our plan!
Date created:
Tue Jul 16 23:00:35 2002

Name:
Kip Cummings from Shreveport, Louisiana USA
E-mail:
ecummings@sport.rr.com
Submission-comments:
Hello to all our friends across the "pond" from America. Just caught a glimpse of this site while "surfing" the web and loved it. Now, here's a question for all you enthusiasts...if you could purchase an MG just like the one in the wedding pictures...only with modern equipment such as air conditioning, etc. Would you purchase one today? If so, how much would you be willing to pay if this were put back into temporary production? I appreciate your comments. Please e-mail me @ ecummings@sport.rr.com Yo
Date created:
Wed Jul 10 05:47:50 2002

Name:
Kim
E-mail:
http://www.kimberlyarthur.net/
Submission-comments:
Outstanding site! Very informational! Thanks a bunch!
Date created:
Mon May 27 22:25:06 2002

Name:
Andy
E-mail:
amrot@bluewin.ch
Submission-comments:
Nice site! Power further so. I would look forward about an attendance to my homepage: http://www.mysunrise.ch/users/andre.meyer/
Date created:
Mon May 27 16:17:22 2002

Name:
www.tale.uk.com
E-mail:
rob@tale.uk.com
Submission-comments:
Thankyou for the great sight you have put up on the net. My wife and I are new to the MGB way of life. Amazing what this car brings with it. We decided to look for one and I picked up a Teal blue 71' roadster which needed a new engine. It is still with the garage here in London so I have not driven it yet. Can't wait to see what all the fuss is about!
Date created:
Sat May 11 22:19:20 2002

Name:
Gil Price
E-mail:
tito-gil@webtv.net
Submission-comments:
this site is a treasure trove of info for MG owners --thanks very much---just putting a 76 B on the road after a winter time rebuild and have found lots of help here!
Date created:
Sun Mar 31 12:52:18 2002

Name:
Derek Cotton
E-mail:
cotton@derek32.freeserve.co.uk
Submission-comments:
Date created:
Wed Mar 27 21:55:09 2002

Name:
Gregor Kaiser
E-mail:
DeepPurple2000@web.de
Submission-comments:
Hello, I haven`t got an MG yet.But in 3 weeks I would buy an 1976 MG B, wonderful car. Your sit is very nice and I think I would enter to it again. By, Gregor from Germany
Date created:
Tue Feb 26 13:08:26 2002

Name:
Bryan Prindle
E-mail:
bryanprindle@idworld.net
Submission-comments:
Great site Paul, a real service to the MG community!
Date created:
Fri Feb 15 22:27:35 2002

Name:
Barry Shnabel
E-mail:
bshnabel@sprint.ca
Submission-comments:
Hi! Great site, I visit your site once in a while for technical tips, keep it up. Best regards from Canada. Barry, 72 MGB Roadster
Date created:
Wed Feb 6 21:32:59 2002

Name:
wendy williams Nee Munn
E-mail:
wendygwilliams@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
I was looking to see if there were any family links. My father was Ronald Munn from Surrey, his mother died when he was young, his mothers name was Calthorpe
Date created:
Wed Jan 30 19:47:00 2002

Name:
Robert Langham
E-mail:
chinook56@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
A great site. My grandad, Frederick Albert Langham(usually known as just Albert Langham) was in the Royal Artillery in WW2. Does anyone out there know anything about him? If so, please get in touch.
Date created:
Sat Jan 19 21:09:09 2002

Name:
Lorna
E-mail:
id-rather-not@whatever.com
Submission-comments:
allo! im just lookin at ur site for my history homework!its very good ¶¨)
Date created:
Tue Jan 15 18:05:52 2002

Name:
RICHARD TURNER
E-mail:
rturner@butlerandtanner.com
Submission-comments:
Just about to buy a MGB Roadster, I thought I would what was on the web. Great site, best of the lot. Keep it up, what a great car for the wedding. All the best
Date created:
Fri Dec 28 18:40:27 2001

Name:
BRET DAVIS
E-mail:
Submission-comments:
Date created:
Sat Dec 8 03:41:17 2001

Name:
Andrew Trimby
E-mail:
artrimby@yahoo.co.uk
Submission-comments:
Wow!...Very interesting and useful site. Just what us MG owners need to keep our aging love interests alive! Cheersc 1 11:12:29 2001

Name:
Hans Duinhoven
E-mail:
h.duinhoven@planet.nl
Submission-comments:
Nice site! Been here before - lots I still can learn. Greetings from Holland
Date created:
Sun Sep 16 09:19:47 2001

Name:
H. Kelley
E-mail:
kelleyh51@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Just started crusing the net for "MG" sites; this is one i've put on my favorites list.
Date created:
Fri Aug 24 20:36:26 2001

Name:
John Clark
E-mail:
squaddiesongs@ntlworld.com
Submission-comments:
Sir, May I salute you and Harry. Your site lauds a forgotten Hero. In time of need, he rose to protect the freedom we enjoy today!acrifices they endured.
Date created:
Sat Aug 4 11:04:44 2001

Name:
john elliott
E-mail:
john@elliottjohn.fsnet.co.uk
Submission-comments:
excellent site, an inspiration to us all. Being a cat lover I particularly liked the pansy page. I have a fat cat called maxwell who likes to lie in front of my computer. I also like rover v8 engines. John Elliott.9 dhc>
Tue Jul 17 18:40:40 2001

Name:
kyle
E-mail:
Submission-comments:
i really like the site. it is good to see people keeping the old war memories alive. keep it up.
Date created:
Mon May 7 15:41:40 2001

Name:
M. King
E-mail:
mking59@dellepro.com
Submission-comments:
Great site, have just acquired a non running Rubber Bumpered 1976 MGB roadster, have always worshipped British roadsters.
Date created:
Sat Apr 14 03:53:19 2001

Name:
paul law
E-mail:
paulpaulnat@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Date created:
Wed Apr 11 13:05:56 2001

Name:
Jessica Pinnell
E-mail:
Pvprincess04@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Hey nice site!! Would you be a sweetie and send me thru e-mail who won the battle of dunkirk in world war II I need this in like 10 minutes but I know your not gonna get it that soon but still e-mail it to me ok! bye bye!!
Date created:
Fri Mar 30 22:24:48 2001

Name:
Ronald Cribbs
E-mail:
rmcribbs@home.com
Submission-comments:
Thank you for the most informative site found while searching for wiring information relating to my 1969 MGC. The simplified schematics have been very helpful in rewiring my gauges.
Date created:
Tue Mar 20 01:43:14 2001

Name:
Ian Rutherford
E-mail:
Ian.Rutherford@ncl.ac.uk
Submission-comments:
Found your site some weeks ago and spent some time looking through them. Liked the Harry Munn stories a lot, gave a behind the scenes view on how History really was. By the way I live very close to Hadrians Wall, found our local Pub on the Links for accomodation (The Bay Horse, Stamfordham) Also a question, I cant remember where I found the link to your web page, I thought it was from Mgcars.org.uk but cant find it now, just I remember there were some other good pages at the same place, any ideas?n Mar 19 10:18:32 2001

Name:
George
E-mail:
aigel.geo@yahoo.com
Submission-comments:
I stumbled across your great site when looking for MGB owners to join my newly created mailinglist on yahoo. Please come by and join us at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MG-MGB/MGB mailinglist on your homepage, that would be great. I hope my contribution will help all MGB owners to enjoy their cars and working on them even more!!!hu Mar 1 23:42:52 2001

Name:
william larkin
E-mail:
gochess@sympatico.ca
Submission-comments:
I am an amateur historian. I love to read about the second world war.I will take much time to go over your web page. I am reading from my library anything written about the Dunkirk evacuation. I am interested in the cause of the disaster.Please feel free to recomend any books that you are familliar with to me by return mail.If I have anyquestions may I impose on you to try to answer them. Thank you .
Date created:
Mon Feb 26 14:46:29 2001

Name:
Michael Broadrick
E-mail:
dragon15michael@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Hi my name is Michael Broadrick. I recently bought a 1971 MGB. The only thing i know about the car is that it was driven into some type of storage in 1984. The people who owned it began restoring the outside of the car. The body is like totally restored, but i need a convertable top for it because the old frame and top is like trash. All i have to do is like put on mirrors and lights stuff like that. I will begin to try to start the motor the motor after i service it. I dont know if ill have a hard t
Date created:
Sat Feb 3 04:26:37 2001

Name:
Melissa
E-mail:
nightghost@goplay.com
Submission-comments:
Nice site. Just surfing around the webring. Come drive by mine if you get the chance at http://kajunkat.com/stormloader.com/kar.html
Date created:
Wed Dec 13 15:45:25 2000

Name:
Nick Barkas
E-mail:
jsnb52@junbo.com
Submission-comments:
Great site. Been reading a book Five Days in London May 1940. It is very boring. This onlin story may help me appreciate this book more. thanks
Date created:
Wed Dec 13 00:10:39 2000

Name:
Rhiannon Jones
E-mail:
jax_luver@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
I was looking specifically for Dunkirk material because i'm doing my GCSE coursework on it! This site was an amazing help. Thank you for letting us know about Harry Thomas Munn.
Date created:
Tue Nov 28 21:11:59 2000

Name:
Tony Bridgewater
E-mail:
agbridgewater@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Fascinating and very useful Thanks 1971 Midnight Blue Roadster bought new by me, sold to a friend 2 years later (for the useual reason) bought back from him in 1998 3 owners - 2 of them me!
Date created:
Sun Nov 5 18:31:39 2000

Name:
Kingsley.from DownUnder
E-mail:
kingsley@picknowl.com.au
Submission-comments:
G-Day from Australia I just stop by your site again I like it last time so this time, please stop by our web site someu ever seen in the vas Outback of Australia, all the best from the land Down-under Australia... ............................................................................................ .................................................................................
Date created:
Thu Nov 2 19:46:02 2000

Name:
Evangelos Makris
E-mail:
xirias@hol.gr
Submission-comments:
Congratulations on your excellent web pages, a treasure of info on MG's!ted:
Tue Oct 31 16:26:06 2000

Name:
Kingsley.from DownUnder
E-mail:
kingsley@picknowl.com.au
Submission-comments:
G-Day from Australia I just stop by your site again I like it last time so this time, please stop by our web site someu ever seen in the vas Outback of Australia, all the best from the land Down-under Australia... ............................................................................................ .................................................................................
Date created:
Mon Oct 30 18:50:38 2000

Name:
darryl mullins
E-mail:
dmgb73@a0l.com
Submission-comments:
good site,looking for detailed information about the istallation of a aluminum buick v-8,thanks
Date created:
Wed Oct 25 00:56:40 2000

Name:
sam chandler
E-mail:
schand8495@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Great site! I have a 71 bgt and 79 tourer.
Date created:
Fri Oct 6 23:46:09 2000

Name:
ZAIRI
E-mail:
MYBOX404@YAHOO.COM
Submission-comments:
Do you have the digital tachometer which have non volatile memory.
Date created:
Mon Sep 25 06:03:17 2000

Name:
Bill W
E-mail:
wewlnbkr@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Very well done and will be back to browse again...Please visit our site Mister W's Home Pagedex.htm>
Fri Sep 1 16:10:21 2000

Name:
Alan Brennan
E-mail:
spyder1314@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
finally found a web page I can relate to.Good job Alan
Date created:
Sun Aug 20 20:19:23 2000

Name:
Paul Hunt
E-mail:
paul.hunt1@virgin.net
Submission-comments:
Guestbook is up and running again ...
Date created:
Wed Aug 2 19:19:52 2000

Name:
niall ...
E-mail:
niallwae@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
re:comment on 1972 LHD MGB Roadster...was an american build imported into Switzerland...does that make a difference?
Date created:
Tue Mar 28 11:22:44 2000

Name:
mick thurston
E-mail:
mthurston@altavista.com
Submission-comments:
An excelent web site - what the web is all about, real people telling real stories. I'm glad you've published, keep up the good work. So many individual stories about ww11 (and other conflicts) will be lost. My own father was in the FF legion pre ww11 but now alas passed on, his story now gone but not forgotten. You've inspired me to get his story (as far as I know it) published. The i-net gives us all that option, thanks. M.
Date created:
Mon Mar 27 21:47:58 2000

Name:
Mike
E-mail:
AtsugiF18@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Your webpage is very well done, thank you for all of the time you've invested in doing such a first-rate job on it! I saw in one of these veteran's website guestbooks a comment about a new WWII novel,"The Triumph and the Glory". Curious, I got a copy from amazon.com, read it, and was quite impressed. Like that other fellow, I always appreciate hearing about a good book, so I'm passing on the word whenever I visit a military website. But more to the point, I just wanted to let you know I was here and lik
Date created:
Sat Mar 11 06:31:21 2000

Name:
David Pitcher
E-mail:
happyhec@avon.net.au
Submission-comments:
A terrific page! I will definitely be back again.The car info is great but I was also interested in the Balti cooking. On our last trip to the UK my wife Marion and I enjoyed visiting a Balti restaurant for the first time. We are now keen to try some recipes at home. By the way, we own a 1977 MGB Roadster which, due to the pleasant climate here in Western Australia, is used regularly all year round with the "lid off". Cheers, D.J.P.
Date created:
Mon Mar 6 09:53:25 2000

Name:
Chuck Young
E-mail:
kb7cg
Submission-comments:
Wonderful web site. I own a 1979 red MG MIDGET which is what brought me here but I really lucked out when I found your Father-in-Law's writings very, very injoyable. Thank you for sharing them.
Date created:
Tue Jan 18 00:16:33 2000

Name:
Thomas F.Seda
E-mail:
adesmot@bellatlantic.net
Submission-comments:
Hello from Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania. Facinating reading. I always fancied owning a "B" also and aquired one in 1980. I used for daily transport to work(35miles round trip). It was the one of best snow car ever I owned. Drove it 5 years at 60mph to and from work, then decided to retire it. I got it out of storage(an old barn)and redid it. Looks good,but rough. The engine still runs strong, and fun to drive. It doesn't see rain or snow any more!
Date created:
Fri Jan 14 19:22:50 2000

Name:
Richard Pierce
E-mail:
rpierce3@ix.netcom.com
Submission-comments:
Proud owner of 1977 Midget 1500, in Burbank, California, US.
Date created:
Sun Jan 9 05:24:31 2000

Name:
clare
E-mail:
clarehill007@yhoo,co.uk
Submission-comments:
it was very help full for work at school
Date created:
Fri Jan 7 21:34:10 2000

Name:
John Cahoon
E-mail:
j_cahoon@yahoo.com
Submission-comments:
RE: Idiot light My early [1950s] experience was related to the introduction of this device in many American automobiles where the light replaced the oil pressure gauge. The consensus was that when the light came on [5 psi or less] it meant you were an IDIOT because you had driven your car without any OIL in the crankcase. The use of the light in the charging circuit was some what later in my expereince. BUT it was designed to show failure of the generator output BEFORE the battery was totally dead [AL
Date created:
Thu Dec 23 18:54:54 1999

Name:
Robert
E-mail:
robert@motorsport-forum.8m.com
Submission-comments:
Hallo! Do you want to discuss with crazy F1-Fans?? Visit WWW.MOTORSPORT-FORUM.8M.COM!!!
Date created:
Tue Dec 7 20:16:33 1999

Name:
David Hill
E-mail:
davhill@cwcom.net
Submission-comments:
Nice site, Paul.
Date created:
Sat Dec 4 21:11:01 1999

Name:
paul sargent
E-mail:
psarg3@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Date created:
Mon Nov 22 01:04:03 1999

Name:
Bill Pudney
E-mail:
bluejay@chariot.net.au
Submission-comments:
Thoroughly enjoy your page, as someone with an interest in industrial history (who lived not a mile away from Ironbridge!), drives an MGBGT as a "daily" car, it would be hard NOT to enjoy. Well done and keep up the good work. Best regards Bill Pudney Adelaide, Australia
Date created:
Sun Nov 21 06:30:14 1999

Name:
Alex
E-mail:
tanks@interdacom.ru
Submission-comments:
Good ! We make radio control tanks models look www.interdacom.ru/~tanks
Date created:
Sat Nov 20 09:18:11 1999

Name:
Robert Orsino
E-mail:
rorsino@borg.com
Submission-comments:
Excellent site. Today is Veteran's Day in the USA (November 11th). Reading Harry's story was a wonderful reminder of all the people who did so much so that we can enjoy our freedom. We can never thank them enough.
Date created:
Thu Nov 11 16:46:59 1999

Name:
Rainer Wilken
E-mail:
RWilken@gmx.de
Submission-comments:
Loved your site and your cars, especially the V8 ! I have a '69 BGT, which is still under restoration... http://drive.to/garage24
Date created:
Fri Nov 5 13:00:09 1999

Name:
peter
E-mail:
parimar@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Great Site!!!!!!!! In a futile attempt to promote my own Web Site (i.e. while suring the net), I'm trying to break the World Record for the most "Home Page" guestbooks signed. Your corner of the Internet is #117. Yes, I realize the vast majority of the universe would find this type of behavior absurb, but then again...what about the man who attempted to eat "27" Hotdogs in five minutes...and died.
Date created:
Sun Oct 17 05:40:46 1999

Name:
Steve Crowder
E-mail:
sec65mgb@yahoo.com
Submission-comments:
Paul Thanks so much for everything you do for the MG world. I could not have finished my restore (Two Weeks Ago) without you and the MG Enthusiast's. Many Thanks Lieut.Steve Crowder Lexington Virginia Police Department USA
Date created:
Sun Oct 10 16:12:01 1999

Name:
Bruce Watters
E-mail:
h2os@gateway.net
Submission-comments:
Thank you for your comments on the BBS board re: electrical/gauges. Turned out to be a fuse problem...at least I hope so!
Date created:
Fri Sep 17 01:13:03 1999

Name:
Frank Bernhardt
E-mail:
info@bj-diagnostik.de
Submission-comments:
Hello Paul, thank you very much for your reply!!! Iīll try out your method which seems to be the only one that works looking at similar proposals I recieved. Bye Frank
Date created:
Wed Sep 1 13:10:19 1999

Name:
Glenn Johnson
E-mail:
GTJ130@CS.com
Submission-comments:
I have a 77 roadster, always enjoy browsing for MG info and enjoy this site
Date created:
Thu Aug 19 03:02:31 1999

Name:
Travis Byers
E-mail:
GAaviator@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Paul, Thank you for you valuable resource! I am installing a 75B engine into my 69B. Would you e-mail me with the details of this installation. I am a novice mechanic so details would be appreciated. Thank you. Travis
Date created:
Sun Aug 15 15:00:23 1999

Name:
Hans Duinhoven
E-mail:
hans.duinhoven@simac.nl
Submission-comments:
Hi Paul, Nicely layed out with lots of info. I will look deeper at a later time. Keep up the good work. Maybe when I visit UK in my '71 BGT, I'll visit you. Your hints for where to go in the UK are a good start for a good holiday visit. Cheers from a very hot (32 deg. celcius) Holland
Date created:
Tue Aug 3 08:40:19 1999

Name:
Colin Veitch
E-mail:
Veitch@tfjww.com
Submission-comments:
Thanks for the advice on the battery. I'm running out to buy a voltmeter right now. A guess that is an MG "must have".
Date created:
Tue Jul 20 16:59:11 1999

Name:
Tony Elphick
E-mail:
elphickt@wagga.nsw.gov.au
Submission-comments:
Paul, Congratulations on a great site. The info you have supplied must be worth heaps to us poor mechanical "non-events". I actually envy you for your wealth of knowledge on all things MG. Again, congratulations, and thanks for "being there" on the MG BBS. The advice is great !! Tony
Date created:
Tue Jun 22 12:46:32 1999

Name:
Peter Van Syckle
E-mail:
pvansyckle@worldnet.att.net
Submission-comments:
I very much enjoyed visiting this site. Your interest in the Bugatti reminds me of one of a wonderful restaurant in New York, no longer there. It was Le Chanteclair, run by Rene Dreyfus. Not only did they have wonderful food and drink, but M. Dreyfus had lots o Bugatti memoribilia, and plenty of stories to tell...
Date created:
Mon Jun 21 03:14:51 1999

Name:
kirsty
E-mail:
K.Greenwood@breathe.net
Submission-comments:
Thankz you really helped me with my homework. Hugs and Kisses Kir
Date created:
Sat Jun 19 22:45:21 1999

Name:
Phil Curnow
E-mail:
phil.curnow@dunelm.org.uk
Submission-comments:
The same Paul who used to dish out excellent advice on Lucas electricals to a new MG owner in Herts last year via the MGCars BB? Remember there can be more than one fault? If so, many thanks. We're back on the road, and the net, and looking forward to this site in detail. Phil. MG owner formerly known as phil.curnow@bbsrc.ac.uk
Date created:
Sat Jun 19 21:15:02 1999

Name:
Roland Glenn
E-mail:
a74mgbgt@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
Hi Paul, I made it to your site finally after having it come up as an error too many times. Nice work and I'll be back for the tech info often. See you on the BBS. Cheers, Roland.
Date created:
Sat Jun 19 01:46:21 1999

Name:
Rachel Wilson
E-mail:
Submission-comments:
The Dunkirk information was very good for my history homework! Thankyou very much.
Date created:
Sun Jun 13 19:02:43 1999

Name:
Howard Guiney
E-mail:
howard@mgb01.freeserve.co.uk
Submission-comments:
Paul. Brilliant site I found lots of interesting info, I must start one of my own & for my local MGOC. I have just bought an MGC roadster after many years of driving MG B's. Regards Howard.
Date created:
Wed Jun 9 05:23:39 1999

Name:
Thomas F.Seda
E-mail:
adesmot@bellatlantic.net
Submission-comments:
I'm happy to hsve found your page and its link to other MGB sufferers!!
Date created:
Tue Jun 8 20:47:34 1999

Name:
Ben Jackson
E-mail:
Jacksob@wycliffe.com
Submission-comments:
I thought that this was avery good esay
Date created:
Thu May 27 20:41:08 1999

Name:
jodi Spencer
E-mail:
Submission-comments:
i am just about to do an essay on dunkirk and so i found it very intresting
Date created:
Thu May 27 20:10:35 1999

Name:
david bartleman
E-mail:
Submission-comments:
wonderful and it helped me with my school work. we ara trying to decude wather it was a sucess or a disaster
Date created:
Thu May 20 10:31:57 1999

Name:
ELIZABETH DAKERS
E-mail:
ARA97RDAKERSE@ARBROATH ACADEMY.ANGUS.SCH.UK
Submission-comments:
I THINK IT MUST HAVE BEEN VERY SCARY FOR YOU.YOU ARE VERY BRAVE.
Date created:
Wed May 19 09:51:18 1999

Name:
ELIZABETH DAKERS
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Date created:
Wed May 19 09:48:27 1999

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Wed May 19 09:44:12 1999

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Date created:
Wed May 19 09:44:09 1999

Name:
KIDS!
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Submission-comments:
THIS PAGE IS VERY INTERESTING AND WE ENJOYED OUR TIME ON IT. VISIT AGAIN SOON
Date created:
Mon May 17 11:38:23 1999

Name:
O. Denton
E-mail:
Submission-comments:
Very good website, Good show Old boy!
Date created:
Mon May 17 09:50:08 1999

Name:
Simon
E-mail:
simon.williams19@virgin.net
Submission-comments:
PLease would you help me with a project by writing to me and also check out my page: http://arrive.at/artworld
Date created:
Sun May 16 10:32:31 1999

Name:
Barry Kindig
E-mail:
bkindig@ix.netcom.com
Submission-comments:
Paul, I've actually visited your site a few times (great technical info), when I finally noticed the guest book. Thanks for going to the trouble of assembling such a handy resource.
Date created:
Sat May 15 18:05:10 1999

Name:
Gene Vierling
E-mail:
vierling@alltel.net
Submission-comments:
Great site! A great deal of helpful information.
Date created:
Fri May 14 23:10:37 1999

Name:
B.Nicoli
E-mail:
bertrand.nicoli@westminister.org
Submission-comments:
I am doing a project on warfare. This is a very good site.
Date created:
Mon May 10 11:42:04 1999

Name:
B.Nicoli
E-mail:
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Date created:
Mon May 10 11:39:18 1999

Name:
David Pitcher
E-mail:
happyhec@avon.net.au
Submission-comments:
A fascinating website - I will visit many more times I'm sure. Congratulations on providing something for everyone!
Date created:
Thu May 6 09:28:25 1999

Name:
Drew aka Taxiguy
E-mail:
taxiguy@bellsouth.net
Submission-comments:
Great Site. Thanks for visiting me. Try our club site at www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Boulevard/3317
Date created:
Sun Apr 25 02:33:18 1999

Name:
max mangilli-climpson
E-mail:
max@xnet.it
Submission-comments:
The tale on Dunkirk is a rarity, touching and brilliant. Surely you will have heard some depressing tales from the Polish camp, and the return to civi life -something many were not able.
Date created:
Tue Apr 20 20:13:05 1999

Name:
robbert the ginger
E-mail:
rhayward@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
can you email me with some cool supermodel babes oh no sorry, im a ginger
Date created:
Tue Apr 20 14:41:00 1999

Name:
OliBallard
E-mail:
oballard@yahoo.com
Submission-comments:
i love the metro 6r4 rally car im into techno aswell!
Date created:
Tue Apr 20 14:37:08 1999

Name:
cullum
E-mail:
http://intranet
Submission-comments:
The site is very helpful for my history homework
Date created:
Tue Apr 20 10:04:34 1999

Name:
William Shaffer
E-mail:
dorkytoe@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
I appreciate who you guys have hellped me with a project i am doing in my U.S. history class. i also want to say thanks to harry for doing what he did in this part of the war if it wasnt for him and the other men we here in america would probably be speaking german now so thanks for the help. William Shaffer
Date created:
Tue Apr 20 03:14:43 1999

Name:
David Burchfield
E-mail:
boyracer@iac.net
Submission-comments:
We own 3 MGB's, a Healey 3000 and others. Really enjoy your site!
Date created:
Mon Apr 19 02:40:32 1999

Name:
SARA JAYNE LENNOX
E-mail:
HAVEN'T GOT 1
Submission-comments:
CANNY GOOD WEBSITE, NOT BAD I'LL PROBABLY COME BACK, WELL I MIGHT.
Date created:
Mon Apr 12 11:39:11 1999

Name:
Travis Byers
E-mail:
GAaviator@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Paul, Thanks for the help on the MG BBS.
Date created:
Fri Apr 9 10:08:24 1999

Name:
John in Austin
E-mail:
jlead@msn.com
Submission-comments:
Your web page is an enjoyable trip! Fun and informative info with a lot of personality. Thanks for having me over, your always welcome at my place. John Leader
Date created:
Thu Apr 8 04:50:30 1999

Name:
Mark B.
E-mail:
embee@io.com
Submission-comments:
I sent an e-mail, and then I found this forms page. Very nice. Well designed and informative site. MB
Date created:
Wed Apr 7 17:04:16 1999

Name:
Truls Sundt
E-mail:
sundt@online.no
Submission-comments:
Very informative site on MGBs Best regsrds Proud owner of an MGB 67 roadster
Date created:
Sat Apr 3 23:51:13 1999

Name:
Craig Thelin
E-mail:
craig.thelin2swipnet.se
Submission-comments:
Hi. Ive just bought and received a MGB-76 from Florida.( 2 days ago) Im now looking for some good restoration-sights. Detail-pictures of the engine and everything else. Thanks for now. Craig.
Date created:
Mon Mar 29 08:52:57 1999

Name:
Steve Crowder Lexington Va. USA
E-mail:
sec65mgb@yahoo.com
Submission-comments:
Restoring 1965 MGB that I purchased from the original owner. He went to med-school in England and had the car shipped to US in 1967. I got it 3mo ago.
Date created:
Sun Mar 28 03:18:01 1999

Name:
Phil Garrett
E-mail:
Geblau@aol.com
Submission-comments:
VERY GOOD INFORMATION, GREAT SITE, KEEP IT UP.
Date created:
Thu Mar 25 22:48:22 1999

Name:
Ralph Carlson
E-mail:
mgbrec@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Can you tell me where I can buy the MGB or Midget posters. I live in the US in New Hampshire. Thank you
Date created:
Wed Mar 24 18:36:06 1999

Name:
Drew
E-mail:
taxiguy@bellsouth.net
Submission-comments:
Very nice site. Well organized and lots of MG stuff. Check out my site at www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/1355
Date created:
Tue Mar 23 04:36:32 1999

Name:
Bob Duke
E-mail:
rlneh@netusa1.net
Submission-comments:
What a great web page! I did read Harry Munn's story, thank you. I am a baby boomer, and only know the war stories my dad told me. I am rebuilding my 77MGB, thanks for your info. My daughter and I are coming to Holland this summer to a soccer tournament; sorry, can't make it to England this time. Do you have e-mail addresses of any MG lovers that I could communicate with and perhaps visit in Holland or Germany? Feel free to give my e-mail address out. Thanks, Bob Duke
Date created:
Tue Mar 23 02:26:34 1999

Name:
Kathryn Odell
E-mail:
KatOdell@hotmail.com
Submission-comments:
This site is a very helpful and informative one!
Date created:
Mon Mar 22 18:13:53 1999

Name:
George L. Logan
E-mail:
glogan@otn.net
Submission-comments:
Great page. Have added your page to my list of MG pages to read every week for changes and up dates. Being a MG and mechanical novice, your page is a great help. Thanks again for taking the time to share your wisdom and experience.
Date created:
Sun Mar 21 16:55:48 1999

Name:
Roger Parker
E-mail:
roger.parker@virgin.net
Submission-comments:
Brilliant site - congratulations Two notes for you. 1, Tax discs can't be bought more than three days before commencement if the old one doesn't butt end with the new one. (i.e. stops anyone buying a tax two weeks in advance and displaying for that time when the car isn't actually taxed) 2, Maestro Turbo - 149 green ones made, along with 215 red, 92 white and 49 black. Best wishes Rog
Date created:
Sat Mar 20 21:53:39 1999

Name:
ted stowe
E-mail:
stowt@perkinscoie.com
Submission-comments:
very nice site Paul.
Date created:
Sat Mar 20 16:06:36 1999

Name:
Larry Pitts
E-mail:
fuzzy@castles.com
Submission-comments:
Great site. Good mix of Technical and personal!
Date created:
Wed Mar 17 16:22:28 1999

Name:
Paul Kile
E-mail:
gtv8@jps.net
Submission-comments:
Paul, Just found your web site - excellent! I hope to design one some day, probably after the GT V-8 restoration is finished. By the way, I might be able to post you a picture or two of the Thrust SSC at Blackrock - a friend and I went there one weekend during the record attempt. My e-mail address above is for my home computer, I don't check it as often as the one here at work. Cheers, Paul Kile
Date created:
Mon Mar 15 14:44:40 1999

Name:
Miguel Clemente
E-mail:
Miguel.Clemente@mail.telepac.pt
Submission-comments:
Nicest personal site I have seen ! Nice to meet you to. Miguel
Date created:
Wed Mar 3 22:56:18 1999

Name:
Raj Sohal
E-mail:
raj.sohal1@virgin.net
Submission-comments:
Your sites comming on well matey boy carry on building.
Date created:
Wed Mar 3 16:27:02 1999

Name:
Nick Smallwood
E-mail:
v8mgbgt@smallwoodn.freeserve.co.uk
Submission-comments:
Keep up the good work Nick
Date created:
Wed Mar 3 01:30:53 1999

Name:
David F. Darby
E-mail:
darby@tri-lakes.net
Submission-comments:
Paul, Excellent site! Very original. Keep up the good work. Regards, DFD
Date created:
Sat Feb 27 05:53:50 1999

Name:
Steve Conley
E-mail:
swconley@foxinternet.net
Submission-comments:
I like your site. I will add a link on my site at http://web3.foxinternet.net/swconley
Date created:
Sat Feb 27 03:43:52 1999

Name:
Scott Hower
E-mail:
howersl@apci.com
Submission-comments:
Nice pages. Gorgeous black tulip B (the BEST colour IMNSHO!)
Date created:
Fri Feb 26 21:51:45 1999

Name:
Jay Donoghue
E-mail:
atweditor@aol.com
Submission-comments:
You've done a fun site. Thanks from Washington, D.C., home of the world's most powerful lech. He also owns a '68 Mustang ragtop. I've got a '66 Mustang coupe and a '72 MGB. I must admit, part of me admires the man.
Date created:
Fri Feb 26 20:50:01 1999

Name:
Jay Donoghue
E-mail:
atweditor@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Fun site. Greetings from Washington D.C. from a deeply troubled car freak. I've a 72B and 66 Mustang. I'm so conflicted--which to drive, which to drive.
Date created:
Fri Feb 26 20:47:49 1999

Name:
Jay Donoghue
E-mail:
atweditor@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Fun site. I've a 72B and 66 Mustang
Date created:
Fri Feb 26 20:46:19 1999

Name:
R. Johnson - Dallas
E-mail:
rjohn50603@aol.com
Submission-comments:
Super site! Howdy from Texas
Date created:
Fri Feb 26 20:43:37 1999

Name:
Bob Wilson
E-mail:
wilsnfam@cadvision.com
Submission-comments:
Just looked in on your website, Paul - it's simply great, well done! Will visit again and try to read everything, but on this first visit I went to the reminiscences of your late father-in-law, and read every word. Thank God and people like Harry who "did their duty" that we and our kids are unlikely to face similar times. Cheers, Bob
Date created:
Fri Feb 26 20:24:41 1999

Name:
Paul Hunt
E-mail:
paul.hunt1@virgin.net
Submission-comments:
By hook or by crook I'll be first in my book
Date created:
Thu Feb 25 19:48:49 1999