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Re: Let’s talk paint

Robert Palac
 

I use Skip Stotesbury who does restoration and always am happy with his work. He is fare and knowledgeable.  Skip does marine service, fiberglass, engine rebuild and a lot of vintage cars. Currently he just restored a 56 Corvette and is now restoring Princes Grace Kelly former car. Skip’s cell is 215-768-9900 It’s worth the phone call. (tell him you know Bob Palac through my MG)

 

 

From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io [mailto:PhillyMGClub@groups.io] On Behalf Of Kenn & Kathy Brown
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 8:19 AM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Let’s talk paint

 

Ryan,

That price on the Miata included a cash discount…..fyi….



On Jun 30, 2021, at 7:46 AM, Kenn & Kathy Brown via groups.io <oldmainlinehomes@...> wrote:



Ryan ,

I just had my Miata painted at JN Automotive in Lansdale. They did rust repair on both doglegs  and the windshield pillars, also repaired the front bumper cover which had a hole in it. With a new windshield it cost $3500. Not concourse quality on the repairs but serviceable. 

 

On Wed, Jun 30, 2021, 7:25 AM Lester Weinraub <lgweinraub@...> wrote:

Ryan

 

I had A local collision shop do it 16 years ago and it cost 3K.  Everything was stripped off and there was no body work to do.   Unfortunately I think there has been a change in ownership so not sure still would go there

Lester

 



On Jun 30, 2021, at 6:02 AM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:



Ryan, my information is about a dozen years old.  The small shop I used to restore my Roadster had it painted at a Macco.  Macco did all the body work and did a pretty good, but not concourse quality,  job.  It cost about four grand.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Kubanoff <ryan.kubanoff@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jun 29, 2021 10:01 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Let’s talk paint

Okay I am ready to get my midget painted now that all of the metal work and body filler is on and ready to go. The problem is that none of the normal body shops will touch it (too much work, we can't drive it around to the different stations) and the restoration shops near me want $15k.

 

So where did you get yours painted and how much?

 

Anybody have any suggestions?

I am getting desperate

Ryan

 

74 Midget 

 

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Re: Let’s talk paint

Allen Hanford
 

I got my midget painted at the Maaco in Roxborough and was very happy with the result. It's no show quality paint job, but my car is a driver. 

I took off all the chrome and the windshield myself and didn't have them paint the door jambs or any interior stuff like that. It cost me $1300.00 which is unbeatable.


Re: Let’s talk paint

Kenn & Kathy Brown
 

Ryan,
That price on the Miata included a cash discount…..fyi….

On Jun 30, 2021, at 7:46 AM, Kenn & Kathy Brown via groups.io <oldmainlinehomes@...> wrote:


Ryan ,
I just had my Miata painted at JN Automotive in Lansdale. They did rust repair on both doglegs  and the windshield pillars, also repaired the front bumper cover which had a hole in it. With a new windshield it cost $3500. Not concourse quality on the repairs but serviceable. 

On Wed, Jun 30, 2021, 7:25 AM Lester Weinraub <lgweinraub@...> wrote:
Ryan

I had A local collision shop do it 16 years ago and it cost 3K.  Everything was stripped off and there was no body work to do.   Unfortunately I think there has been a change in ownership so not sure still would go there

Lester


On Jun 30, 2021, at 6:02 AM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:


Ryan, my information is about a dozen years old.  The small shop I used to restore my Roadster had it painted at a Macco.  Macco did all the body work and did a pretty good, but not concourse quality,  job.  It cost about four grand.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Kubanoff <ryan.kubanoff@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jun 29, 2021 10:01 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Let’s talk paint

Okay I am ready to get my midget painted now that all of the metal work and body filler is on and ready to go. The problem is that none of the normal body shops will touch it (too much work, we can't drive it around to the different stations) and the restoration shops near me want $15k.
 
So where did you get yours painted and how much?
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
I am getting desperate
Ryan
 
74 Midget 

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Re: Let’s talk paint

Kenn & Kathy Brown
 

Ryan ,
I just had my Miata painted at JN Automotive in Lansdale. They did rust repair on both doglegs  and the windshield pillars, also repaired the front bumper cover which had a hole in it. With a new windshield it cost $3500. Not concourse quality on the repairs but serviceable. 

On Wed, Jun 30, 2021, 7:25 AM Lester Weinraub <lgweinraub@...> wrote:
Ryan

I had A local collision shop do it 16 years ago and it cost 3K.  Everything was stripped off and there was no body work to do.   Unfortunately I think there has been a change in ownership so not sure still would go there

Lester


On Jun 30, 2021, at 6:02 AM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:


Ryan, my information is about a dozen years old.  The small shop I used to restore my Roadster had it painted at a Macco.  Macco did all the body work and did a pretty good, but not concourse quality,  job.  It cost about four grand.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Kubanoff <ryan.kubanoff@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jun 29, 2021 10:01 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Let’s talk paint

Okay I am ready to get my midget painted now that all of the metal work and body filler is on and ready to go. The problem is that none of the normal body shops will touch it (too much work, we can't drive it around to the different stations) and the restoration shops near me want $15k.
 
So where did you get yours painted and how much?
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
I am getting desperate
Ryan
 
74 Midget 


Re: Let’s talk paint

Lester Weinraub
 

Ryan

I had A local collision shop do it 16 years ago and it cost 3K.  Everything was stripped off and there was no body work to do.   Unfortunately I think there has been a change in ownership so not sure still would go there

Lester


On Jun 30, 2021, at 6:02 AM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb@...> wrote:


Ryan, my information is about a dozen years old.  The small shop I used to restore my Roadster had it painted at a Macco.  Macco did all the body work and did a pretty good, but not concourse quality,  job.  It cost about four grand.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Kubanoff <ryan.kubanoff@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jun 29, 2021 10:01 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Let’s talk paint

Okay I am ready to get my midget painted now that all of the metal work and body filler is on and ready to go. The problem is that none of the normal body shops will touch it (too much work, we can't drive it around to the different stations) and the restoration shops near me want $15k.
 
So where did you get yours painted and how much?
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
I am getting desperate
Ryan
 
74 Midget 


Re: Let’s talk paint

Roger Searle
 

Ryan, my information is about a dozen years old.  The small shop I used to restore my Roadster had it painted at a Macco.  Macco did all the body work and did a pretty good, but not concourse quality,  job.  It cost about four grand.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Kubanoff <ryan.kubanoff@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Tue, Jun 29, 2021 10:01 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Let’s talk paint

Okay I am ready to get my midget painted now that all of the metal work and body filler is on and ready to go. The problem is that none of the normal body shops will touch it (too much work, we can't drive it around to the different stations) and the restoration shops near me want $15k.
 
So where did you get yours painted and how much?
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
I am getting desperate
Ryan
 
74 Midget 


Let’s talk paint

Ryan Kubanoff
 

Okay I am ready to get my midget painted now that all of the metal work and body filler is on and ready to go. The problem is that none of the normal body shops will touch it (too much work, we can't drive it around to the different stations) and the restoration shops near me want $15k.
 
So where did you get yours painted and how much?
 
Anybody have any suggestions?
I am getting desperate
Ryan
 
74 Midget 


Re: Family Update - not car related

Roger Searle
 

When you get to Wally World don't kidnap the guard.


-----Original Message-----
From: Lambert Liebel <lliebel@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Jun 28, 2021 10:05 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Family Update - not car related

Hello All,

Many of you have asked that we keep you updated on our family travels this summer, so with one week under our belt I thought I would send out a quick email. Well, after a bunch of issues getting our RV back after the tire blow out, we finally got it back (on Saturday, 6/19) and packed. We left last Tuesday (6/22) and had a great ride to our first stop over out in western PA. Then on Wednesday we headed for Kings Island Amusement Park to surprise the kids. We got into the campsite and when we got out of the truck to check if we were level Kristi noticed that our underbelly had fallen as we were driving. We were lucky as it had not ripped totally off and it was all still there in a manner of speaking. BUT we did not have the supplies or the tools to fix it. Since it was our first day in, we wanted to get the kids to the park and show them their surprise. They were excited so we spent a few hours at the park.

To top everything else off on Friday morning the campground lost power for about 1.5 hours.  For the next two days I spent 2 to 4 hours on the phone trying to find a dealer or mobile RV tech to come out and help and talking with Winnebago. After calling over 12 people and finding either no one that could help or having over half of them not call back (but today 1 of them finally called 😂), Kristi and I decided to fix it ourselves. We went to Lowes on Friday after leaving the park, picked up some supplies, including the tools needed and spent 4 hours on Saturday morning fixing the underbelly. As we did, we noticed that one of the repairs that they RV place did for us were coming apart.  We have not made that call yet but it is going to prove to be interesting. Sunday came and we had to get out of dodge.

Now we were fixed and improved and off we went to bring the kids to their second surprise. Around St. Louis we stopped for the night at a horse farm. This worked out great because they had electric we could pay for and there were thunderstorms that were rolling in and were expected all night long so we were able to run the air conditioner so that we could sleep (the RV was 86 degrees before the air conditioner went on). We left St. Louis this morning and began our drive to KC. About half way there it started to rain and rain and rain.  We arrived at our second location, another amusement park called Worlds of Fun. Well it was not so fun in the rain, but after we got the RV set up we headed to the park despite the rain. While in the park we realized that this is the first time Kristi and I had ever done an amusement park in the rain. We had some issues when we first got in - due to staffing shortages half the food places were closed and our drink pass was not working correctly. But we got that corrected and got to ride some rides. After about 3 hours it stopped raining and they started opening more rides. Unfortunately, due to the staff shortage the park is closed for the next two days which really screwed us but there was nothing we could do about. Now we are back from the park and I am emailing you all. Hope your summer is going well and please enjoy your MG’s (or your Healey’s).

Lambert And Kristi

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”










Re: Family Update - not car related

Kevin McLemore
 

Well, it's an adventure, anyway! 😁 I'm glad you were able to resolve things - sounds like Winnebago has a lot to answer forin terms of quality - and that you're having some fun.  I hope the rest of the trip is less 'eventful' and more 'enjoyable'!  Stay safe.

Cheers,
Kevin 



From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Lambert Liebel <lliebel@...>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2021 10:05 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Family Update - not car related
 
Hello All,

Many of you have asked that we keep you updated on our family travels this summer, so with one week under our belt I thought I would send out a quick email. Well, after a bunch of issues getting our RV back after the tire blow out, we finally got it back (on Saturday, 6/19) and packed. We left last Tuesday (6/22) and had a great ride to our first stop over out in western PA. Then on Wednesday we headed for Kings Island Amusement Park to surprise the kids. We got into the campsite and when we got out of the truck to check if we were level Kristi noticed that our underbelly had fallen as we were driving. We were lucky as it had not ripped totally off and it was all still there in a manner of speaking. BUT we did not have the supplies or the tools to fix it. Since it was our first day in, we wanted to get the kids to the park and show them their surprise. They were excited so we spent a few hours at the park.

To top everything else off on Friday morning the campground lost power for about 1.5 hours.  For the next two days I spent 2 to 4 hours on the phone trying to find a dealer or mobile RV tech to come out and help and talking with Winnebago. After calling over 12 people and finding either no one that could help or having over half of them not call back (but today 1 of them finally called 😂), Kristi and I decided to fix it ourselves. We went to Lowes on Friday after leaving the park, picked up some supplies, including the tools needed and spent 4 hours on Saturday morning fixing the underbelly. As we did, we noticed that one of the repairs that they RV place did for us were coming apart.  We have not made that call yet but it is going to prove to be interesting. Sunday came and we had to get out of dodge.

Now we were fixed and improved and off we went to bring the kids to their second surprise. Around St. Louis we stopped for the night at a horse farm. This worked out great because they had electric we could pay for and there were thunderstorms that were rolling in and were expected all night long so we were able to run the air conditioner so that we could sleep (the RV was 86 degrees before the air conditioner went on). We left St. Louis this morning and began our drive to KC. About half way there it started to rain and rain and rain.  We arrived at our second location, another amusement park called Worlds of Fun. Well it was not so fun in the rain, but after we got the RV set up we headed to the park despite the rain. While in the park we realized that this is the first time Kristi and I had ever done an amusement park in the rain. We had some issues when we first got in - due to staffing shortages half the food places were closed and our drink pass was not working correctly. But we got that corrected and got to ride some rides. After about 3 hours it stopped raining and they started opening more rides. Unfortunately, due to the staff shortage the park is closed for the next two days which really screwed us but there was nothing we could do about. Now we are back from the park and I am emailing you all. Hope your summer is going well and please enjoy your MG’s (or your Healey’s).

Lambert And Kristi

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor
LLiebel@...

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”










Re: Family Update - not car related

Jeep Tenneson
 

HAVE FUN!!

-----Original Message-----
From: <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Jun 28, 2021 10:05 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Family Update - not car related


Hello All, Many of you have asked that we keep you updated on our family travels this summer, so with one week under our belt I thought I would send out a quick email. Well, after a bunch of issues getting our RV back after the tire blow out, we finally got it back (on Saturday, 6/19) and packed. We left last Tuesday (6/22) and had a great ride to our first stop over out in western PA. Then on Wednesday we headed for Kings Island Amusement Park to surprise the kids. We got into the campsite and when we got out of the truck to check if we were level Kristi noticed that our underbelly had fallen as we were driving. We were lucky as it had not ripped totally off and it was all still there in a manner of speaking. BUT we did not have the supplies or the tools to fix it. Since it was our first day in, we wanted to get the kids to the park and show them their surprise. They were excited so we spent a few hours at the park. To top everything else off on Friday morning the campground lost power for about 1.5 hours. For the next two days I spent 2 to 4 hours on the phone trying to find a dealer or mobile RV tech to come out and help and talking with Winnebago. After calling over 12 people and finding either no one that could help or having over half of them not call back (but today 1 of them finally called 😂), Kristi and I decided to fix it ourselves. We went to Lowes on Friday after leaving the park, picked up some supplies, including the tools needed and spent 4 hours on Saturday morning fixing the underbelly. As we did, we noticed that one of the repairs that they RV place did for us were coming apart. We have not made that call yet but it is going to prove to be interesting. Sunday came and we had to get out of dodge. Now we were fixed and improved and off we went to bring the kids to their second surprise. Around St. Louis we stopped for the night at a horse farm. This worked out great because they had electric we could pay for and there were thunderstorms that were rolling in and were expected all night long so we were able to run the air conditioner so that we could sleep (the RV was 86 degrees before the air conditioner went on). We left St. Louis this morning and began our drive to KC. About half way there it started to rain and rain and rain. We arrived at our second location, another amusement park called Worlds of Fun. Well it was not so fun in the rain, but after we got the RV set up we headed to the park despite the rain. While in the park we realized that this is the first time Kristi and I had ever done an amusement park in the rain. We had some issues when we first got in - due to staffing shortages half the food places were closed and our drink pass was not working correctly. But we got that corrected and got to ride some rides. After about 3 hours it stopped raining and they started opening more rides. Unfortunately, due to the staff shortage the park is closed for the next two days which really screwed us but there was nothing we could do about. Now we are back from the park and I am emailing you all. Hope your summer is going well and please enjoy your MG’s (or your Healey’s). Lambert And Kristi President PMGC Nuffield News Editor LLiebel@... “Keep Calm and Safety Fast”


Family Update - not car related

Lambert Liebel
 

Hello All,

Many of you have asked that we keep you updated on our family travels this summer, so with one week under our belt I thought I would send out a quick email. Well, after a bunch of issues getting our RV back after the tire blow out, we finally got it back (on Saturday, 6/19) and packed. We left last Tuesday (6/22) and had a great ride to our first stop over out in western PA. Then on Wednesday we headed for Kings Island Amusement Park to surprise the kids. We got into the campsite and when we got out of the truck to check if we were level Kristi noticed that our underbelly had fallen as we were driving. We were lucky as it had not ripped totally off and it was all still there in a manner of speaking. BUT we did not have the supplies or the tools to fix it. Since it was our first day in, we wanted to get the kids to the park and show them their surprise. They were excited so we spent a few hours at the park.

To top everything else off on Friday morning the campground lost power for about 1.5 hours. For the next two days I spent 2 to 4 hours on the phone trying to find a dealer or mobile RV tech to come out and help and talking with Winnebago. After calling over 12 people and finding either no one that could help or having over half of them not call back (but today 1 of them finally called 😂), Kristi and I decided to fix it ourselves. We went to Lowes on Friday after leaving the park, picked up some supplies, including the tools needed and spent 4 hours on Saturday morning fixing the underbelly. As we did, we noticed that one of the repairs that they RV place did for us were coming apart. We have not made that call yet but it is going to prove to be interesting. Sunday came and we had to get out of dodge.

Now we were fixed and improved and off we went to bring the kids to their second surprise. Around St. Louis we stopped for the night at a horse farm. This worked out great because they had electric we could pay for and there were thunderstorms that were rolling in and were expected all night long so we were able to run the air conditioner so that we could sleep (the RV was 86 degrees before the air conditioner went on). We left St. Louis this morning and began our drive to KC. About half way there it started to rain and rain and rain. We arrived at our second location, another amusement park called Worlds of Fun. Well it was not so fun in the rain, but after we got the RV set up we headed to the park despite the rain. While in the park we realized that this is the first time Kristi and I had ever done an amusement park in the rain. We had some issues when we first got in - due to staffing shortages half the food places were closed and our drink pass was not working correctly. But we got that corrected and got to ride some rides. After about 3 hours it stopped raining and they started opening more rides. Unfortunately, due to the staff shortage the park is closed for the next two days which really screwed us but there was nothing we could do about. Now we are back from the park and I am emailing you all. Hope your summer is going well and please enjoy your MG’s (or your Healey’s).

Lambert And Kristi

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor
LLiebel@...

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”


Sad news

Kristi Liebel
 

Dear PMGC Members,

It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of Karen Van Horn. Karen was the wife of longtime member George Van Horn. More information will follow in regards to services.

Please keep George and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this time.

Kristi


Re: July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Jeff Detwiler
 

Hi Pete,

Sorry, I will not make it to Freddy Hill or the ride to Green Lane. Unfortunately, I have other commitments on both weekends. 
Good luck on the golf course.
Jeff and Mary 

On Sunday, June 27, 2021, 5:43 PM, Pete Baumbach via groups.io <pgblab@...> wrote:

Thanks Sean, looking forward to the breakfast club at Green Lane on the 24th. Pete


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: pgblab@... <pgblab@...>; PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Jun 27, 2021 4:21 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Hey friends,

Thank you Pete for catching the double booking, I appreciate the heads up. 

** Update to the July breakfast club gathering date, adjusting to the 24th of July. 

Stay cool in the hot weather,

Sean



-----Original Message-----
From: Pete Baumbach via groups.io <pgblab@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 8:40 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

That is also the mini golf date. v DVT. Please see attached.


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 4:21 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Grab your fishing pole and join us Saturday July 17th @ 9am for the July breakfast club gathering along the banks of the Green Lane Reservoir. We will be meeting at the Woody Pavilion located next to the Green Lane Boat Rental building (2821 Hill Rd, Green Lane, PA 18054). When traveling to the event, look for signs that say "boat rental". Parking is available in front of the pavilion. The Green Lane Reservoir is adjacent to Green Lane Park.

Google map link


Re: July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Pete Baumbach
 

Thanks Sean, looking forward to the breakfast club at Green Lane on the 24th. Pete


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: pgblab@... <pgblab@...>; PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Jun 27, 2021 4:21 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Hey friends,

Thank you Pete for catching the double booking, I appreciate the heads up. 

** Update to the July breakfast club gathering date, adjusting to the 24th of July. 

Stay cool in the hot weather,

Sean



-----Original Message-----
From: Pete Baumbach via groups.io <pgblab@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 8:40 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

That is also the mini golf date. v DVT. Please see attached.


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 4:21 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Grab your fishing pole and join us Saturday July 17th @ 9am for the July breakfast club gathering along the banks of the Green Lane Reservoir. We will be meeting at the Woody Pavilion located next to the Green Lane Boat Rental building (2821 Hill Rd, Green Lane, PA 18054). When traveling to the event, look for signs that say "boat rental". Parking is available in front of the pavilion. The Green Lane Reservoir is adjacent to Green Lane Park.

Google map link


Re: July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

 

Hey friends,

Thank you Pete for catching the double booking, I appreciate the heads up. 

** Update to the July breakfast club gathering date, adjusting to the 24th of July. 

Stay cool in the hot weather,

Sean



-----Original Message-----
From: Pete Baumbach via groups.io <pgblab@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 8:40 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

That is also the mini golf date. v DVT. Please see attached.


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 4:21 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Grab your fishing pole and join us Saturday July 17th @ 9am for the July breakfast club gathering along the banks of the Green Lane Reservoir. We will be meeting at the Woody Pavilion located next to the Green Lane Boat Rental building (2821 Hill Rd, Green Lane, PA 18054). When traveling to the event, look for signs that say "boat rental". Parking is available in front of the pavilion. The Green Lane Reservoir is adjacent to Green Lane Park.

Google map link


Re: July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Pete Baumbach
 

That is also the mini golf date. v DVT. Please see attached.


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Sat, Jun 26, 2021 4:21 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

Grab your fishing pole and join us Saturday July 17th @ 9am for the July breakfast club gathering along the banks of the Green Lane Reservoir. We will be meeting at the Woody Pavilion located next to the Green Lane Boat Rental building (2821 Hill Rd, Green Lane, PA 18054). When traveling to the event, look for signs that say "boat rental". Parking is available in front of the pavilion. The Green Lane Reservoir is adjacent to Green Lane Park.

Google map link


July Breakfast Club #cal-invite

 

Grab your fishing pole and join us Saturday July 17th @ 9am for the July breakfast club gathering along the banks of the Green Lane Reservoir. We will be meeting at the Woody Pavilion located next to the Green Lane Boat Rental building (2821 Hill Rd, Green Lane, PA 18054). When traveling to the event, look for signs that say "boat rental". Parking is available in front of the pavilion. The Green Lane Reservoir is adjacent to Green Lane Park.

Google map link


Re: Philly MG Club - June Tech Session - Engine Rebuild

Jonathan Eide
 
Edited

I’ll be there, but won’t be able to come until 1030 or 11, looking forward to it


Re: Philly MG Club - June Tech Session - Engine Rebuild

Kenn & Kathy Brown
 

Kenn plans to attend!


All the best,
Kathy

From the office of:
Kenn Brown RS282284
CHRISTIE'S International Real Estate
Long and Foster Real Estate
92 Lancaster Ave., Devon, PA 19333
cell: 610.585.0011 

Admin. Kathy #610-715-8881
www.oldmainlinehomes.com

Referrals are the key to our SUCCESS.....because good people know good people!

On Fri, Jun 25, 2021, 5:43 PM Bernie Hall <behall5@...> wrote:
Roger,

I'm planning to attend the Tech Session on Sunday.

Bernie Hall
'66 B


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
Sent: Saturday, June 19, 2021 12:13 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Philly MG Club - June Tech Session - Engine Rebuild
 
Hello All

Kevin McLemore has agreed to leading the rebuild of the engine for my 1966 Austin Cooper S as part of an MG Club Tech Session.

All Philly MG Club members are welcome to attend.  Kevin will explain as he goes and will field questions as work progresses.  I know I will have questions!

My 1275 A-Series BMC engine is similar to the MG engine except the Mini transmission fits directly under the     transversely mounted engine.

In preparation for this session Kevin and I dismantled the engine (on which I had performed a “dry fit”) and had me send the distributor to Advanced Distributor and the camshaft to Delta Cams for refurbishments.  The gearbox was rebuilt as well in preparation for this rebuild.

Here is the engine before it was disassembled.




The details are :
Date :  Sunday, June 27
Time :  beginning at 9 AM
Location : 3859 Somerset Drive
                     Collegeville
Phone :  484.902.8066 - 215.527.2853
Email : rogerotto@...

My home is located in 55+ Traditions at Skippack (TAS) across from the old Perkiomen Valley airport (Collegeville Road entrance).  The TAS Mill Road entrance is approximately 1 mile up from Evansburg State Park where we hold the Club’s Saturday Breakfast.

Please RSVP.  Refreshments and light lunch will be provided.

Roger Williams






Philly MG Club - June Tech Session - Engine Rebuild

Roger Williams
 

Hello All !

Just a reminder re: the Tech Session (A-Series engine rebuild) this Sunday June 27 beginning at 9 AM at my house.

Details in forwarded email.
Please call if you have any questions.

Roger Williams
3859 Somerset Drive
Collegeville
484.902.8066

On Jun 19, 2021, at 12:13 PM, Roger Williams <rogerotto@...> wrote:

Hello All

Kevin McLemore has agreed to leading the rebuild of the engine for my 1966 Austin Cooper S as part of an MG Club Tech Session.

All Philly MG Club members are welcome to attend. Kevin will explain as he goes and will field questions as work progresses. I know I will have questions!

My 1275 A-Series BMC engine is similar to the MG engine except the Mini transmission fits directly under the transversely mounted engine.

In preparation for this session Kevin and I dismantled the engine (on which I had performed a “dry fit”) and had me send the distributor to Advanced Distributor and the camshaft to Delta Cams for refurbishments. The gearbox was rebuilt as well in preparation for this rebuild.

Here is the engine before it was disassembled.

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The details are :
Date : Sunday, June 27
Time : beginning at 9 AM
Location : 3859 Somerset Drive
Collegeville
Phone : 484.902.8066 - 215.527.2853
Email : rogerotto@...

My home is located in 55+ Traditions at Skippack (TAS) across from the old Perkiomen Valley airport (Collegeville Road entrance). The TAS Mill Road entrance is approximately 1 mile up from Evansburg State Park where we hold the Club’s Saturday Breakfast.

Please RSVP. Refreshments and light lunch will be provided.

Roger Williams

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