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Little British Car Company / LED Bulbs for Your LBC
« Last post by amgba on November 16, 2019, 12:07:44 AM »
LED Bulbs at Affordable Prices for your LBC's

Our LED bulbs will usually give you longer life than standard incandescent tungsten or halogen bulbs and will draw a fraction of the current a standard bulb uses and they burn much cooler. How can you lose? There is an LED bulb for most applications and we carry both 12v and 6v as well as LED's in both Negative Ground (Earth -ve) and Positive Ground (Earth +ve) or dual polarity (-ve/+ve).

Numerous bulbs and part numbers.  Prices $4.25 and up.
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Victoria British Ltd. / MGB Starter
« Last post by amgba on November 16, 2019, 12:05:30 AM »
New electrical parts for your classic car. These are NEW units, not rebuilt. No extra core charges and no hassle to return a dirty old core.

Victoria part number: 8-153. $99.95.
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Victoria British Ltd. / S.U. Electronic Fuel Pump
« Last post by amgba on November 16, 2019, 12:04:23 AM »
This pointless, solid state SU Electronic Fuel Pump is externally identical to the original pump, and even retains its characteristic ticking. No more problems with burnt or dirty fuel pump points. The electronic switch is not affected by dirt or moisture and won't wear out. This Electronic Fuel Pump actuates every time, even after storage. Order yours today call or go to the website above. Price is $149.99.

• Part no. 3-070 for '62-'64 MGB
• Part no. 3-073 for '64-'67 MGB
• Part no. 3-074 for '68-'80 MGB
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Moss Motors / MGB Ignition Tune-Up Kit
« Last post by amgba on November 16, 2019, 12:00:38 AM »
Get everything you need to tune-up your classic car with this high quality Ignition Tune-Up Kit! Put together for your convenience, this tune up kit saves your time and money, while boosting your engine's performance and efficiency. Upgrade with a standard kit or give your ignition a boost with a premium tune-up kit. Both of them have all the parts you need to check and replace while doing a tune-up. $32.99.

The Standard kit includes:
- OE Style Distributor Cap
- Premium Rotor
- Points & Condenser (where applicable)
- Wire set
- Champion Spark Plugs
- Moss part nos. 225-941, 225-942, 225-943-225-944, $32.99 - $77.99

The Premium kit includes:
- Distributor Cap
- Premium Rotor
- Premium Points & Condenser (where applicable)
- Cobalt Performance Wire Set 
- NGK Plugs
- Moss part nos.: 225-951, 225-952, 225-953, $58.99 - $86.99
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Moss Motors / MGB Aluminum Radiator
« Last post by amgba on November 15, 2019, 11:58:32 PM »
Moss Motors now offers an aluminum radiator upgrade for the 1962-67 MGB. Light weight at only 8.5 lbs., constructed from high-quality alloy, and precision engineered for cooling efficiency, long life and proper fitment. The high performance radiator features a brazed aluminum core to optimize heat transfer and provide efficient cooling to withstand the rigors of modern traffic and hot weather.

Features:
• Tig welded construction
• 100% brazed aluminum core
• 18 louvered fins per inch
• Bare weight: 8.5 lbs.
• Core area: 10 3/4″x 18 1/2″
• Core thickness: 2 1/4″
• Radiator cap included
• Drain plug for easy coolant changes

To purchase the Aluminum Radiator (Moss part #456-881), call or go to our website above. Price is $269.99.
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Moss Motors / Moss Motors
« Last post by amgba on November 15, 2019, 11:52:50 PM »
Since its start in 1948, and still today, Moss Motors is a company run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. Our customers drive and maintain vehicles that reflect golden days of British motoring and sports cars, and many of these dedicated individuals have been our customers for decades.

Moss Motors' commitment to our customers and their cars runs deep. We make substantial investments into quality and support for the parts we provide. We are the most trusted name in classic British car parts not because we are the biggest; rather, it is due to the knowledge and character of our staff, Salespeople and Technical Support team. These women and men, many of whom have been at Moss for over 20 years, are indeed the best in the business.

At Moss we work to provide you with the best parts and service at competitive prices. When you partner with Moss for the restoration or upkeep of your vehicle, you are assured of reliable, accurate and helpful assistance every step of the way. Moss Motors is headquartered in beautiful Goleta, California and hosts a warehouse and sales staff in Petersburg, Virginia, too. Both locations welcome visitors—we love to meet our customers in person!—and we invite British car clubs to schedule tours of our facilities as well.

Contact us at 1-800-667-7872 or www.MossMotors.com
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Other items for sale / Early MG transmission with D type electric overdrive
« Last post by amgba on November 15, 2019, 10:59:40 AM »
Early MGB transmission with D type electric overdrive and installation kit (drive shaft and wiring loom) Transmission has been rebuilt and never used. Asking $1,800.00 Call or e-mail Dale Egner (614) 506-0104 or degner41@wowway.com.
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Body Work Related Items / Re: Hood (Bonnet) Latch
« Last post by JohnTwist on November 09, 2019, 02:55:27 PM »
The bonnet cable approaches the bonnet latch release from the LH side (RH, as you stand in front of the vehicle).  The outer cable abuts a sheet metal stop.  The inner cable continues farther right and wraps around the bonnet latch assembly and then turns back on itself.  The bonnet latch is pulled to the left (right as you see it).  I can understand how it would be difficult to see in there.  You should be able to force the release lever to YOUR right and the bonnet should pop up.  Spraying EVERYTHING with WD-40 / Breakaway / PB Blaster may help and will do no harm.

I do NOT have a video about doing this.  Call if you need encouragement!

Hope this helps!
SAFETY FAST!
John H Twist
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Body Work Related Items / Hood (Bonnet) Latch
« Last post by december2019 on November 09, 2019, 02:33:26 PM »
Ellen and I are new members of the  American MGB Association. We recently acquired a 1978 MGB in a sort of barn find. Though not run for 20 years, it was driven to the house where we found it. It appears that there is nothing missing from this car, and it is in reasonable condition for a 20 year semi covered park. The biggest problem we currently have is that the bonnet/hood will not open.
The pull cable is in the dashboard but it will not move. The hand latch at the bonnet front will move but to no avail. I have put my hand up to the latch from under the car but though I can feel the plunger, and the round plunger receptacle,  I  cannot find the opening latch, nor the cable to operate it.

I have researched this issue on line with mixed results. Most articles assume that the bonnet has been opened, or that the reader knows what and where things are - the article suggesting the use of a long bar through the grill/mesh being one.

Have you any suggestions on how to resolve this issue?

Stuart Wilson
Forsyth, Georgia
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Suspension Related Items / Re: Axle Fit
« Last post by JohnTwist on November 09, 2019, 02:56:36 PM »
Offhand, all MGB rear axles are interchangeable; all have 11/43 gears.  But …. Disc wheel differentials are wider by Ύ” on each side than wire wheel differentials.

1977 MGBs and newer have brackets for a rear anti-sway bar.

Hope this answers your question!

SAFETY FAST!
John H Twist
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