Because the engine was in remarkably good condition internally, and I was doing a stock rebuild, I didn't need the services of a machine shop. Started work on the back end, and thought I would see how seized the clutch was! Painted up the starter, dynamo, radiator, and water pump pulley went for a green in the end, yellow might have been too much! Then one day I found a little ad on the MG Cars website that seemed like a potential candidate, so I sent an email and to my joy the car was still available and only an hour's drive away. I make no guarantees that this information is correct, so you take full responsibility for the results of anything you do that is based on it.
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When I'm finished the K will probably be old hat and rare lol. I have a morris tourer that i restored years ago and fancy another challenge if i can build up the enthusiasm. The conventional wisdom states that the use of unleaded fuel in these older engines leads to recession of the exhaust-valve seats, and eventual loss of compression. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. I had to rebuild the engine, of course; I chose to do this to stock specs, no fancy stuff. Because the engine was in remarkably good condition internally, and I was doing a stock rebuild, I didn't need the services of a machine shop. Only way I could get it to go all together.
MG Midget Mk 1 – Restoration | METRIC RAT
James recently contacted us to tell all about his unique restoration that only uses parts bought from Moss Bristol. Add to watch list Remove from watch list. I saw a midget on Piston heads with a Honda vtec from an S, I think it used all the running gear as well but that seems a bit OTT to me There's a guy on the MGBBS planning on supercharging his K series midget which is already running bhp via throttle bodies and a lot of expensive engine work. We were unable to complete your request. This sounded familiar http: This makes the green slightly brighter.
There are many specialist suppliers of parts, the largest being Moss International. Thanks for the encouragement. I think the plastic connector may have plugged into the Stop Switch in the back of the pedal box. Now its getting the time to fit everything in. About that time, oil pressure gages were replaced with "idiot lights" and what people didn't know didn't bother them. This is not the only example of this I have found and it is not confined to British cars.