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AZ65MGB’s 1966 MG MGB

AZ 66 MGB

AZ65MGB’s 1966 MG MGB
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  • Nov 14, 2013

DAY 9Lucky me! I got to spend the entire day in the garage!Sanding, primering and bondoing, PLUS lowering the front end of the car.Here are some "during&quo ... more

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Another AZ65MGB 1966 MG MGB post...
  • Nov 14, 2013

DAY 12-15Here are few pics of the progress.  I removed the rear leaf springs, took out a leaf (the second to the largest, as typical, as per the mighty internet ... more

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Another AZ65MGB 1966 MG MGB post...
  • Nov 14, 2013

DAY 5It is a work week and not much is getting done.  But I have had a little time to do a little sanding and primering on the passenger side.  I think ... more

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  • Nov 14, 2013

Ahh, new beginnings.  It is time that I take what I have learned from my prior MGB projects and transfer these skills to a new and more complex project ... more

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Comments (7)
  • andersen_knight
    cool, keep us posted on ur resto project. cheers
  • djalexspeed
    Welcome to CarDomain, so glad you could join us, wishing you all the best, hope you make lots of friends. If you need any advice or help just let me know. Nice looking ride, giving you *****5***** stars to start you off. Check out my Mazda Protege and let me know what you think. I do all my own Original Parts work. Hopefully you will like what you see and give me a good rating. Wishing you all the best,keep in touch ok, Alex - 04 Mazda Protege
  • sabreleaf
    That thing is a mess. Good luck. Would like to follow your progress. Good thing they make 30 packs now you have alot of work!!!
  • brivan
    it's even easier if it's on the car,kinda like the old days! lol
  • brivan
    Just razor cut around the old tires side-wall to remove the tread,leaving the hoops' to remove...much easier
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