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Started by september2019, August 11, 2019, 04:20:29 PM

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I just purchased a 1974 MGB, I only got the ignition key and it has teeth on both sides, is that normal or been replaced? Also are the door, trunk and glove box locks the same single sided cut key?

Andrew Kasinec


Depending on the thickness of the panel you can use a gasket punch like this.

I  have used mine for years to pop holes in many parts such as cardboard, cork gasket material and even materials such as 1/8 hardboard.

Mike Pelletier
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