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Selling Car to Remote Buyer

Roger Searle
 

Hi All,

I have a possible buyer for my 1971 MGB GT who lives in Arizona.  If he buys it, I'm not sure he will come to PA to pick it up - just ship it there.  Does anyone have experience or recommendations doing a remote sales transaction?  My current plan is to have the payment wired to my account and afterward send the signed title with the car.

Best regards,

Roger Searle
searlerb@...
610.608.1562


MG Zoom Technical Session 27 Oct 20

Lambert Liebel
 

For those who may be interested :-)

Lambert

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”




Begin forwarded message:

From: John Twist - University Motors Online <johntwist@...>
Subject: MG Zoom Technical Session 27 Oct 20
Date: February 7, 2021 at 7:46:20 PM EST
Reply-To: johntwist@...

MondayEvening, 08Feb 2021, from Grand Rapids MichiGan
MG Zoom Session
Monday 8 Feb 2021
7:00 pm Eastern for Two Hours
All MG Enthusiasts welcome
Join scores of MG enthusiasts for another Zoom MG Session. These sessions usually last about two and a half hours. Enthusiasts have logged in from Japan, New Zealand, Australia, England, Mexico, Netherlands, Columbia, Canada, and all over the US. Ask questions, comment in the "Chat" section, and enjoy the banter among the participants.

Some enthusiasts have been thwarted in getting onto Zoom -- I am not certain why. In case it was a password problem, I've just moved to "Twist" as the regular password.. 

This week's beginning topic will be the X Series engine fitted to the TB and postwar TCs TDs and TFs. 

For years we contributed to the MG Foundation (that's Myasthenia Gravis) by sponsoring a 50/50 raffle at our birthday party. MG-MI is a small organization assisting people who have this rare auto-immune neuromuscular disease. It only seems natural to support a cause and this one shares our initials. Plus, my dad had it. Consider offering them some support!. https://mg-mi.org/



No need to wear a mask.
Enjoy this in the comfort of your office.

John Twist is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Time: Feb 8, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Monthly PMGC GT - Tue, 02/09/2021 7:30pm-10:00pm #cal-reminder

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When: Tuesday, 9 February 2021, 7:30pm to 10:00pm, (GMT-05:00) America/New York

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Re: Spotless Restoration: 1951 MG TD

Kevin McLemore
 

Very pretty. The wood dash is not original, but then who am I to complain - I have the same dash. These ARE a blast to drive... he’s right about that.

Cheers,
Kevin

On Jan 19, 2021, at 10:13 AM, Steve Harding via groups.io <mgbgt1=me.com@groups.io> wrote:


https://barnfinds.com/spotless-restoration-1951-mg-td/





Spotless Restoration: 1951 MG TD

Steve Harding
 


Zoom GT Tonight

Lambert Liebel
 

Hello everyone,

The Zoom GT is this evening sorry about getting the information out so late.

Time 7:30

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 938 2461 5134
Passcode: 8DNqvZ

Lambert

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor
LLiebel@phillymgclub.com

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”


Monthly PMGC GT - Tue, 01/12/2021 7:30pm-10:00pm #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When: Tuesday, 12 January 2021, 7:30pm to 10:00pm, (GMT-05:00) America/New York

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View Event

Organizer: kliebel@...

Description: Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


Re: Today's Finds

Kenn & Kathy Brown
 

That's a lot of fenders  with those MGA's Ken !!!

@ 2 slots down the 61 Jag MKII caught my eye!
I had one in High School , white with red leather. same automatic borg warner trans and the 3.8 engine too!
Sold it to get my '59 Triumph Bonneville....



Kenn Brown RS282284
CHRISTIE'S International Real Estate 

Long and Foster Real Estate
                                         
 


On Sat, Jan 9, 2021 at 11:24 AM Steve Harding via groups.io <mgbgt1=me.com@groups.io> wrote:



Begin forwarded message:

From: "BarnFinds.com" <mail@...>
Date: January 9, 2021 at 11:11:31 AM EST
To: mgbgt1@...
Subject: Today's Finds



Dock Find: 1941 Elco Marine 57

This 1941 Elco Marine model 57 is a major undertaking, but when it comes to anything produced in limited quantities, it certainly deserves consideration as a restoration project. This particular vessel is a rare one, believed to be one...

Read More »

Signed By The King! 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Enzo Ferrari is once quoted as saying, “Aerodynamics are for people who can’t build engines.” Whether or not that is true, the fact is that aerodynamics has played an essential role in NASCAR racing for decades now. The late...

Read More »

Luxurious Barn Find: 1974 Cadillac Coupe De Ville

The fourth generation of the De Ville series of the Cadillac, 1971 through 1976, would be the biggest ones yet and ultimately the last hurrah for the Detroit land yachts. The energy crisis of 1973 had buyers flocking to...

Read More »

Final Year: 1982 Lancia Beta Zagato

Lancia was an Italian automaker whose first car came out in 1909. They became part of Fiat in 1969 with only one Lancia product still in production today. Lancia never had a big presence in the US, with its...

Read More »

Nicest One Left? 1975 Chrysler Cordoba

If you’re a fan of the Cordoba, and we hope that most car guys and car gals are, then you have to like the first-year models such as this 1975 Chrysler Cordoba. The seller has this one – certainly...

Read More »

Supercharged 1964 Studebaker Avanti R2!

The Avanti was in production a mere 18 months, too little and too late to save Studebaker from the Grim Reaper. It was marketed as “America’s only four-passenger high-performance personal car.” The supercharged version of the Avanti was the...

Read More »

Two MGAs Plus A Gigantic Lot Of Parts!

If you are an MGA fan you will be salivating shortly! With parts from at least 12 different cars (do the math with the doors) and two relatively complete cars, you could create your own pair of MGAs and...

Read More »

Garaged 41 Years! 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS

Tell Chevy fans that Pontiac’s 1964 GTO was “The First Muscle Car”, and you’ll likely get an earful about the Chevrolet Super Sport cars that began in 1961. By the time this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS in Davenport, Iowa...

Read More »

Outlaw Project: Backdated 1976 Porsche 911

Are you good at puzzles? If your skillset includes Porsche restoration, this is probably a fairly easy one. It’s a completely disassembled 1976 Porsche 911 “long hood” project that’s listed here on eBay in Oakwood, Georgia with a $40,000...

Read More »

Troop Transport: 1981 Toyota FJ45

No, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you, this FJ really is that long! Toyota’s FJ Land Cruiser series has long been popular with anyone wanting a rugged rig that can move people and equipment through the roughest of...

Read More »

Hidden For 47 Years: 1961 Jaguar MKII

Barn finds are what it’s all about here. But what makes a barn find special is a case where before and after images exist. And that’s exactly what we have for your review today, a 1961 Jaguar Mark II...

Read More »

US Ski Team Car? 1985 Subaru GL Wagon

I remember seeing the Subaru US Ski Team commercials on TV a few decades ago, showing cars like this 1985 Subaru GL 4×4 wagon with the bold, bright “Official Car” of the US Ski Team graphics on them, plowing...

Read More »

4-Speed Convertible! 1968 Pontiac Firebird

I got a momentary laugh when I read the listing for this 1968 Pontiac Firebird. It reads, “The car is used and will need restoration” Not the restoration part, that’s true of most of what we find on eBay,...

Read More »

Rare Performance Package: 2004 BMW 330i ZHP

This 2004 BMW 330i ZHP is more modern than we normally feature, but it definitely fits the definition of an emerging classic. The ZHP option was a rare sport package offered between the normal sport trim and the top...

Read More »

2×2 Brute: 1971 Rokon Trail-Breaker MK4

It’s hard to believe that one of the toughest, most-rugged motorcycles ever, one that even goes so far as to have both wheels providing power, is related to the owner of a women’s makeup empire. No, really. The seller...

Read More »

340 V-8: 1972 Dodge Charger Rallye

The muscle car market was changing, so in 1972 Dodge started doing some consolidating. The Charger R/T, Super Bee and Charger 500 were replaced by the single Rallye, a Charger option package. The Rallye was intended to target the...

Read More »

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1627 S Orchard Ste 110
Boise ID 83705
USA


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Today's Finds

Steve Harding
 




Begin forwarded message:

From: "BarnFinds.com" <mail@...>
Date: January 9, 2021 at 11:11:31 AM EST
To: mgbgt1@...
Subject: Today's Finds



Dock Find: 1941 Elco Marine 57

This 1941 Elco Marine model 57 is a major undertaking, but when it comes to anything produced in limited quantities, it certainly deserves consideration as a restoration project. This particular vessel is a rare one, believed to be one...

Read More »

Signed By The King! 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Enzo Ferrari is once quoted as saying, “Aerodynamics are for people who can’t build engines.” Whether or not that is true, the fact is that aerodynamics has played an essential role in NASCAR racing for decades now. The late...

Read More »

Luxurious Barn Find: 1974 Cadillac Coupe De Ville

The fourth generation of the De Ville series of the Cadillac, 1971 through 1976, would be the biggest ones yet and ultimately the last hurrah for the Detroit land yachts. The energy crisis of 1973 had buyers flocking to...

Read More »

Final Year: 1982 Lancia Beta Zagato

Lancia was an Italian automaker whose first car came out in 1909. They became part of Fiat in 1969 with only one Lancia product still in production today. Lancia never had a big presence in the US, with its...

Read More »

Nicest One Left? 1975 Chrysler Cordoba

If you’re a fan of the Cordoba, and we hope that most car guys and car gals are, then you have to like the first-year models such as this 1975 Chrysler Cordoba. The seller has this one – certainly...

Read More »

Supercharged 1964 Studebaker Avanti R2!

The Avanti was in production a mere 18 months, too little and too late to save Studebaker from the Grim Reaper. It was marketed as “America’s only four-passenger high-performance personal car.” The supercharged version of the Avanti was the...

Read More »

Two MGAs Plus A Gigantic Lot Of Parts!

If you are an MGA fan you will be salivating shortly! With parts from at least 12 different cars (do the math with the doors) and two relatively complete cars, you could create your own pair of MGAs and...

Read More »

Garaged 41 Years! 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS

Tell Chevy fans that Pontiac’s 1964 GTO was “The First Muscle Car”, and you’ll likely get an earful about the Chevrolet Super Sport cars that began in 1961. By the time this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS in Davenport, Iowa...

Read More »

Outlaw Project: Backdated 1976 Porsche 911

Are you good at puzzles? If your skillset includes Porsche restoration, this is probably a fairly easy one. It’s a completely disassembled 1976 Porsche 911 “long hood” project that’s listed here on eBay in Oakwood, Georgia with a $40,000...

Read More »

Troop Transport: 1981 Toyota FJ45

No, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you, this FJ really is that long! Toyota’s FJ Land Cruiser series has long been popular with anyone wanting a rugged rig that can move people and equipment through the roughest of...

Read More »

Hidden For 47 Years: 1961 Jaguar MKII

Barn finds are what it’s all about here. But what makes a barn find special is a case where before and after images exist. And that’s exactly what we have for your review today, a 1961 Jaguar Mark II...

Read More »

US Ski Team Car? 1985 Subaru GL Wagon

I remember seeing the Subaru US Ski Team commercials on TV a few decades ago, showing cars like this 1985 Subaru GL 4×4 wagon with the bold, bright “Official Car” of the US Ski Team graphics on them, plowing...

Read More »

4-Speed Convertible! 1968 Pontiac Firebird

I got a momentary laugh when I read the listing for this 1968 Pontiac Firebird. It reads, “The car is used and will need restoration” Not the restoration part, that’s true of most of what we find on eBay,...

Read More »

Rare Performance Package: 2004 BMW 330i ZHP

This 2004 BMW 330i ZHP is more modern than we normally feature, but it definitely fits the definition of an emerging classic. The ZHP option was a rare sport package offered between the normal sport trim and the top...

Read More »

2×2 Brute: 1971 Rokon Trail-Breaker MK4

It’s hard to believe that one of the toughest, most-rugged motorcycles ever, one that even goes so far as to have both wheels providing power, is related to the owner of a women’s makeup empire. No, really. The seller...

Read More »

340 V-8: 1972 Dodge Charger Rallye

The muscle car market was changing, so in 1972 Dodge started doing some consolidating. The Charger R/T, Super Bee and Charger 500 were replaced by the single Rallye, a Charger option package. The Rallye was intended to target the...

Read More »

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Boise ID 83705
USA


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It's Girl Scout Cookie time 😊

Kristi Liebel
 

Hello all,

It is Girl Scout Cookie Time 😊 (well almost)!

This cookie season, like everything else, is going to be quite different then most and because of COVID our council is allowing us to do pre-orders - you tell us what you want and once the sale actually starts (Jan 21st) then we can complete the transaction. We will also have the option for you to order online (I have not heard officially but shipping costs around $6 I think) and your cookies will be delivered right to your door and the girls will get credit for your order (link will be sent out on the 21st). We just found out last night that we are not able to hold any kind of cookie booth this year (at least at this time) so our personal sales are going to be very important.

Our daughters, Wynter and CaeLyn, wanted me to contact you on their behalf. If you do not have a Girl Scout in your life and would like to get some cookies please consider purchasing them from Wynter and CaeLyn. If interested you can just contact me and we can set up a time to get them to you.

Thanks for your time and thank you for your support of Wynter, CaeLyn and the Girl Scouts! All cookies are $4 a box again this year and our Gluten Free (which is not shown on the order form) is $5 a box. We do have a new cookie - Toast-Yay! - I found it to be delish especially if you like french toast! This is also the last year for the S’Mores cookies - we will not know what will be replacing them until closer to next year’s cookie sales.



Kristi & Lambert

Kristi
'74 RWA Midget
'77 RB Midget
'71 Morris 1100 MK 2
Philadelphia MG Club Treasurer
Brits at the Village Coordinator

Check out Philadelphia MG Club on Facebook

“It is good to have an end to a journey … But it is the journey that matters in the end.” ~ Ursula K. Leguin


Re: 1 Of Only 2 In The U.S.? 1995 MG-F

Kenn & Kathy Brown
 

I loved seeing those at the Gettysburg National MG meet.
I wonder if the later ones had a better reputation with the head gaskets?


Kenn






Kenn Brown RS282284
CHRISTIE'S International Real Estate 
                                        
 


On Fri, Jan 8, 2021 at 11:38 AM Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:
Interesting that it’s “mis-identified” as a1980 car. I wonder if that’s how they got it into the country... by using an ‘80 MGB title?

Cheers,
Kevin

> On Jan 8, 2021, at 11:15 AM, Steve Harding via groups.io <mgbgt1=me.com@groups.io> wrote:
>
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> https://barnfinds.com/1-of-only-2-in-the-u-s-1995-mg-f/
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Re: 1 Of Only 2 In The U.S.? 1995 MG-F

Kevin McLemore
 

Interesting that it’s “mis-identified” as a1980 car. I wonder if that’s how they got it into the country... by using an ‘80 MGB title?

Cheers,
Kevin

On Jan 8, 2021, at 11:15 AM, Steve Harding via groups.io <mgbgt1=me.com@groups.io> wrote:


https://barnfinds.com/1-of-only-2-in-the-u-s-1995-mg-f/





1 Of Only 2 In The U.S.? 1995 MG-F

Steve Harding
 


Monthly PMGC GT - Tue, 01/12/2021 7:30pm-10:00pm #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When: Tuesday, 12 January 2021, 7:30pm to 10:00pm, (GMT-05:00) America/New York

Where:TBD - Most likely Zoom

View Event

Organizer: kliebel@...

Description: Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


Re: Identify Wheels

Harry Hurst
 

Another small tidbit: Rubery Owen, part of the Owen Group of manufacturing companies, was the major force behind BRM (British Racing Motors) from the mid 50s on. They won the World Championship for Graham Hill in 1962. So, your MGB shares technology with a Formula One car! 


Harry Hurst
(610) 725-9600

On Jan 2, 2021, at 3:48 PM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb@...> wrote:


These are original equipment, '70 to '80, MGB ROstyle wheels.  Ones in similar condition are available on eBay for $20 to $30 each.  The center caps go for about $10 each.

Factoid: ROstyle were invented by the British firm Rubery Owen. This style was very popular in the '60s and '70s and American manufacturers picked it up and called them Magnum and then Magwheels.

Roger Searle


-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Jan 2, 2021 1:06 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Identify Wheels

Happy New Year Everyone!

I purchased some items for my Austin Cooper S and these wheels were included in the sale.

The seller indicated they were from an MGB.  Can someone identify what they may be?  Do they have any value?  If anyone is interested let me know.




The tires do not look very good.  Their size is 175/75/14.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S
Collegeville, PA





Re: Identify Wheels

Roger Searle
 

These are original equipment, '70 to '80, MGB ROstyle wheels.  Ones in similar condition are available on eBay for $20 to $30 each.  The center caps go for about $10 each.

Factoid: ROstyle were invented by the British firm Rubery Owen. This style was very popular in the '60s and '70s and American manufacturers picked it up and called them Magnum and then Magwheels.

Roger Searle


-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Jan 2, 2021 1:06 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Identify Wheels

Happy New Year Everyone!

I purchased some items for my Austin Cooper S and these wheels were included in the sale.

The seller indicated they were from an MGB.  Can someone identify what they may be?  Do they have any value?  If anyone is interested let me know.




The tires do not look very good.  Their size is 175/75/14.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S
Collegeville, PA





500-Mile Tested! 1975 MGB Find

Steve Harding
 


Re: Identify Wheels

George Van Horn
 

Yes MGB




On Saturday, January 2, 2021 Roger Williams <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> wrote:

Happy New Year Everyone!

I purchased some items for my Austin Cooper S and these wheels were included in the sale.

The seller indicated they were from an MGB.  Can someone identify what they may be?  Do they have any value?  If anyone is interested let me know.




The tires do not look very good.  Their size is 175/75/14.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S
Collegeville, PA





Identify Wheels

Roger Williams
 

Happy New Year Everyone!

I purchased some items for my Austin Cooper S and these wheels were included in the sale.

The seller indicated they were from an MGB. Can someone identify what they may be? Do they have any value? If anyone is interested let me know.




The tires do not look very good. Their size is 175/75/14.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S
Collegeville, PA


Re: Happy Holidays from our Driveway to Yours!

Lester Weinraub
 

Great picture. 

Happy holidays to everyone 

Lester


On Dec 14, 2020, at 10:36 AM, Jeff Detwiler via groups.io <nsp7919@...> wrote:


60 Degrees, No Snow, No Worries.
Jeff and Mary will pick-up the slack for Mr. and Mrs. Claus.....

From our driveway to yours - may you have a Wonderful Holiday 
and a Happy New Year.  Best Wishes to all in 2021.
Cheers,
Jeff and Mary Detwiler

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