Pearson Hurst
phurst
Jan 20
1

Looks fun, and the rust free body is a great find. Perfect project. I had a ‘77 B that I sometimes kinda miss ;). 

Jan 20
1

If it’s reasonably rust free (and that newish paint could be hiding a lot!) the rest is fixable. It’s not exactly a complicated car and the parts are reasonably widely available. Read more

Jan 20
2

Do not go quietly into that good night (or without leaking fluids). Nothing at all else like a tiny convertible (when they run) that you can touch the ground from the driving position. Enjoy!

Jan 20
1

It needs a little tidying in the engine compartment (and removal of the air cleaner of death) but otherwise looks great! Hopefully it’s as much as it looks like it will be

Jan 19
3

I’m generally a 5mph bumper apologist, but I can’t really get behind MG’s work. Read more

Jul 1 2019
1

Yeah, I think we are. That's not too bad. I need to start saving my pennies. I love the scooter, so I don't want to sell it.

Jul 1 2019
1

Awesome! there was one of those in my basic rider class, they look like fun little bikes. Jealous of the fuel injection, too!

Jul 1 2019
1

Very nice! I always say it doesn’t matter what you ride or drive...it can be the most boring, bland thing, but what matters is that YOU enjoy it! :)

Looks like a very nice bike! Planning to do any mods to it?

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Feb 16 2018
1

Very cool! My original ring is somewhere at the bottom of the Clark Fork River in Montana since I took a bit of an unscheduled swim break while rafting. I ended up getting an identical replacement but I wish I had the talent to create something that great.

Dec 20 2017
3

Nifty. I’ve got a washer from a C-17 main landing gear hanging around somewhere. It’s ~3” O.D. and around 1/2” thick and was scrapped for being worn more than 0.010”, iirc.