RTG classic car repairs and restoration Bristol

Traders can advertise their goods and services here. Strictly Minor related only.
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Work carried out on most vehicles
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Custom work undertaken
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Visits to the workshop are welcome but by appointment only.

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Postby Big Al » Tue Jun 12, 2012 7:53 pm

Russell to place this logo onto your pin I need it on the forum. Your pin will be on the MMO Map of the World, linked to your website very soon. :wink:

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Postby RTGSERVICES » Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:20 pm

Started a new project today 1972 MGB it needs floors sills rear valance inner wing repairs and new front wings, not bad for a car so called restored 3 years ago.
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Postby MM » Fri Jun 29, 2012 11:02 pm

Ah yes, the good old MGB 'Grim T*rd'.

I owned a 1972 one for a year or so. Wasn't very impressed; the engine blew a hole in the No.4 piston after only 1,000 miles of ownership, very heavy steering (had to replace the kingpins too, as it failed the MOT on them), and no faster than my 1275cc Traveller, despite having twin carbs, 1800cc boat anchor and overdrive, just heavier on juice (only 25 mpg or so average). It had a nice throaty exhaust note though.

And, they do like to rust, particularly those complex sills! I ended up selling mine to a French guy, for about the same price I paid for it.
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Postby Custard » Sat Jun 30, 2012 10:17 am

Just spotted the relocated speedo further up this thread.

Very nice touch, I like that.

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Postby RTGSERVICES » Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:19 am

Custard:72717 wrote:Just spotted the relocated speedo further up this thread.

Very nice touch, I like that.

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