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by 58 MOGGY
6 days ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: 1970 Minor 1000 Rebuild
Replies: 316
Views: 23535
England

Re: 1970 Minor 1000 Rebuild

I have in the past used a metal expanding raw bolt,then slide hammer to get out spigot bearing
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by 58 MOGGY
1 week ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: 1970 Minor 1000 Rebuild
Replies: 316
Views: 23535
England

Re: 1970 Minor 1000 Rebuild

Try a magnet on them,stainless only very slightly magnetic


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by 58 MOGGY
2 months ago
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Happy Christmas
Replies: 9
Views: 296
England

Re: Happy Christmas

Merry Christmas to all,have a great time,we all deserve it :lol: :lol: :santa: :drive: :drive:
by 58 MOGGY
2 months ago
Forum: Extreme Modifications
Topic: Space framed moggy
Replies: 443
Views: 55865
England

Re: Space framed moggy

Happy Christmas to all,hope you all have a great time,we deserve it :D :D :drunken:
by 58 MOGGY
4 months ago
Forum: General Mog Chat
Topic: Moggy - Standard colours
Replies: 15
Views: 428
England

Re: Moggy - Standard colours

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This is Sage Green,I did add matting agent to have satin finish


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by 58 MOGGY
4 months ago
Forum: General Mog Chat
Topic: Moggy - Non standard colours
Replies: 4
Views: 143
England

Re: Moggy - Non standard colours

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This is my cars previous colour,Ford Mercury Grey


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by 58 MOGGY
6 months ago
Forum: Extreme Modifications
Topic: My Minors Part 1
Replies: 1188
Views: 199404
England

Re: My Minors Part 1

Nice,maybe try a super bright led bulb
by 58 MOGGY
6 months ago
Forum: Extreme Modifications
Topic: My Minors Part 1
Replies: 1188
Views: 199404
England

Re: My Minors Part 1

Happy birthday Horace [emoji3060][emoji3060][emoji3060]looking great at 70,think you may have had some Botox [emoji2957][emoji2957]


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by 58 MOGGY
7 months ago
Forum: Extreme Modifications
Topic: Retropower Minor Build
Replies: 5
Views: 337
England

Re: Retropower Minor Build

Yeah I follow them on YouTube,I see it’s Mazda mx5 based ,with Zetec on Mazda gearbox,these guys really build top notch cars,looking forward to the full build


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by 58 MOGGY
7 months ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: 1970 Minor 1000 Rebuild
Replies: 316
Views: 23535
England

Re: 1970 Minor 1000 Rebuild

Bigboy is a fabricating machine!!!!!!
Great work,enjoying watching your progress[emoji106][emoji106][emoji106][emoji106]


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by 58 MOGGY
7 months ago
Forum: Moderate Modifications
Topic: Sleepers Zetec Sleeper
Replies: 155
Views: 30188
England

Re: Sleepers Zetec Sleeper

Think I’ve got a Sierra cosworth abs Ecu and distribution block in my shed.
Maybe easier as 80s technology.



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by 58 MOGGY
8 months ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: WAP347 THE RESURRECTION
Replies: 622
Views: 73406
England

Re: WAP347 THE RESURRECTION

That gearbox definitely earned its retirement [emoji23]


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by 58 MOGGY
8 months ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: Very long term project
Replies: 6
Views: 235
England

Re: Very long term project

Have you tried to find a mobile welder to do your patching up,I must admit painting my car was scary,only used rattle can before,I was gonna paint it with mini rollers but watched a few videos of people using these HVLP electric sprayers on YouTube and thought what the hell,give it a whirl,I was luc...
by 58 MOGGY
8 months ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: Very long term project
Replies: 6
Views: 235
England

Re: Very long term project

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by 58 MOGGY
8 months ago
Forum: Long-term Projects & Showroom
Topic: Very long term project
Replies: 6
Views: 235
England

Re: Very long term project

I like the look of a unfinished project on the road,yours definitely has a cool look as is.I wasn’t gonna paint mine but in the end painted myself with one of those electric sprayers for painting emulsion on walls[emoji51]only cost me £200 to buy the sprayer and all the paint ,everyone always commen...