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Stolen British car parts
« on: March 01, 2010, 12:13:04 PM »
My twenty five year collection of MGA, MGB, and Austin Healey Sprite
parts was stolen from my farm in North east Mississippi last Thursday
Feb 11th. I have many 948, 1098, 1500, and 1800 MG engines and
gearboxes. I had one huge crate of SU carbs, many wires wheels sets, top
bow assemblies, axle shafts, gauges of all types, Jaeger, Smith's,
etc.........I think you get the picture. The cops are involved and I am
trying to go through the proper channels in hopes that some crack head
or doper has not scrapped everything.
If anyone on this board in the southeast is offered anything via
Craigslist or EBAY that originates in this area please let me know.
To ad insult to injury the crooks came back and took my brothers 1959
Austin Healey Sprite body assembly.
I took the VIN plate off many years ago so it would not get lost in the
restoration process but I need to dig for the Heritage spec sheet with
the body number that is in the door jamb.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Regards,
John Robertson
Riverside, CA
951.515.3678



Thanks for any help that you can provide.



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