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parting out 1973 MG Midget

Joe Maggiore <joema@...>
 

Attention all club members:
 
I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving club members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests and I will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car, but parts are sure to go quickly.  Below you'll see a description of the car when it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.
 
Joe Maggiore
joema@...
 

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently restored (always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a fresh engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance company - I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent to a yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a chance of a lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS whenever possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested into this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the trunk floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car. The good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a PARTIAL list of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA inspection just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine and three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and was driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The engine never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the rebuild. Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly - underside of car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched.  All new suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front disks, brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired or replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect condition - not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new exhaust including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS bumperettes. New tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights, windows (including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim: headlights, door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus many, many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

Motorsports Weekend (Phila.)

ajhsys@...
 

It's almost here!  THIS WEEKEND is SCCA Philly Region's Motorsports Weekend
2001.

Friday evening, be at the Roosevelt Mall at Cottman Ave and Roosevelt Blvd
(Route 1) in NE Philadelphia for Cruise Night. This is a car show where we
all show our cars and talk about what the region has to offer.  We get a lot
of exposure because the mall has excellent traffic and we are very visible.  
Dave Nelson (Phila. Region SCCA) has been working on organizing this, and we
will have members of the Delaware Valley Shelby-Dodge Auto Club joining us.  
No Charge to join in the fun!

Saturday is the "Which Way?" gimmick rally.  This is an easy drive around
Montgomery and Berks Counties as you try to find the shortest route to the
finish (maps will be supplied).  The start is at lot #46B at King of Prussia
Plaza, behind the mall, near the First Union Bank on Mall Blvd.  Registration
opens at 9 a.m. and closes at 10.  First Car Off at 10:30 a.m.  The end is at
the Mid Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, and you can see the museum for only
$6.  The rally is $15 for each team.  Contact me for additional info.

Sunday is Solo II at the Boeing helicopter plant.  Exit #8 of I-95, below
Phila. Inter. Airport.  Be there early to register.  

Get a three part magnetic dash plaque if you go to all three events!  

Come out and play!

Allen Hefner #51
Philly Region Rally Steward
Philly Region Merchandise Chairman
'77 MG Midget (FSP)
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport (HS)

Newest Nuffield News

ajhsys@...
 

I just got my July/August newsletter.  (Thanks Steve.)  A small correction.  
Steve re-printed an e-mail from me in the "British Recognition" section that
wasn't completely accurate.  The rally that he mentioned, as reported by Mark
Johnson, was not my rally.  That rally started in Tamaqua, PA and was put on
by Kevin Valentine, who is an e-mail lister from the Spridgets list.  (I
don't know if Kevin is a member of any organized club.)  Kevin's rally was a
hoot!  We all had fun running it, and the day and the roads were beautiful.

My rally (An SCCA Philadelphia Region event) was held on Saturday, July 28th.
 It started at King of Prussia Plaza and ended at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum
in Reading, taking Mount Penn and the Pagoda in as well.  We had a light
turnout of only 10 cars, but there was a 1969 MGB competing, owned by Charles
Kitchen of Springfield, PA.  Charles told me he bought his B when it was new,
and his son would only accompany him on the rally if he let him drive!

Thanks again for the newsletter, Steve.  I just wanted to get the facts
straight.

Allen Hefner
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'77 Midget
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport

MGB parts FS (long post)

ajhsys@...
 

One of the MG e-mail listers on team.net who happens to be local to Philly
has some stuff for 1962-1967 MGBs for sale.  If you are interested in
anything, please contact Kai directly.  Happy shopping!

Allen Hefner

- - - - - - - - - - -

Items have to go due to loss of storage space.  All items below are used
parts.

1    3 synchro, non-overdrive gearbox    $40
1    3.909:1 banjo differential, just diff    $35
1    exhaust manifold                           $15
1    intake manifold                              $15
1    windshield & frame                        $40
1    boot/trunk lid w/ lock (no key)         $20

more to come later, I have photos of the differential... all others I can
take photos upon request.  Diff is in very nice condition, gearbox is sound,
exhaust manifold as in condition taken off parts car (i.e.. surface rusted),
intake is same as is windshield and frame has good glass, boot/trunk lid is
good no dents or rust... but will need paint prep and paint.  Hopefully
items are cheap enough so that if you need it you buy it, all negotiable
within reason.

Pick-up only!!!  All items located in Bristol, PA USA.  215.269.3344 my
telephone number, usually available all day at this number until around 7pm
EST.  Email checked routinely, kmr@...

Probably some more parts to come, have yet to sort through them.

More below:
(many more parts added, prices amended... and decided I will ship some of
the parts... look for SHIP after part for applicable parts)

1    NEW AMCO convertible top top w/        $125    SHIP
        convertible top frame, early folding
        style
1    18GB engine, long block, oiled, turns    $90
1    18GB bare block w/ main caps, oiled    $20
1    3 synch gearbox, non-OD                    $30
1    3.909:1 banjo differential, just diff        $35    SHIP
1    drive shaft                                           $10    SHIP
1    upper steering column                          $10    SHIP
1    carburettor heat shield                          $5    SHIP
1    battery box cover, surface rust                $5     SHIP
1    Front bumper, no rust, nice used            $20
1    Rear bumper, no rust, overriders dinged    $15
1    Wiper motor w/ tubes                                $15    SHIP
1    gearbox tunnel top cover                        $10    SHIP
1    gas tank fill tube w/ cap                        $10    SHIP
2    tail lamp bases                                    $2.50/ea    SHIP
2    metal dash vents                                $2.50/ea    SHIP
2    rear shocks                                        $10/ea    SHIP
1    pedal box assm, w/ cylinders            $25    SHIP
1    steerin column cowl pair, good            $10    SHIP
1    starter, CORE                                    $10    SHIP
1    generator, CORE                                $10     SHIP
1    intake manifold                                    $15    SHIP
1    exhaust manifold                                 $15    SHIP
1    passenger seat, for recovering                $20    SHIP
1    radiator, straight fins, no leaks                $25    SHIP
1    oil cooler, hoses cut                              $15    SHIP
1    windshield w/ frame, good glass            $40
1    boot/trunk lid w/ lock (no key)            $20
1    gas tank, good                                    $20    SHIP

Everything except the AMCO top is used, most everything listed is in good
condition unless listed as CORE... which is basically a core unit for
rebuilding.  Photos upon request of each part.  What doesn't sell goes in
the trash, by end of week.  Therefore prices are negotiable within reason.
Shipping is actual cost, and in addition to part price.

All items located in Bristol, PA USA 19056.  215.269.3344 my telephone
number, usually available all day at this number until around 7pm EST.
Email checked routinely, kmr@...

Thanks,

Kai

Re: Newest Nuffield News

ajhsys@...
 

In a message dated 7/30/01 4:59:43 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
mgbgt1@... writes:


   I realized that I had made that critical error when I read your E-mail
about the rally - the day after I took the newsletter to the printers. Oh
well!! I'll correct it in the Sept. newsletter. Take care, Steve


- - - - - - - - - - -

There was certainly no harm done.  The main thing is to get the word out that
there are rallies going on that everybody can enter and enjoy.  The group
that went on the Tamaqua LBC rally had so much fun, we are all still
laughing.  Especially at Reg for trying to pass off an ear of corn as every
item on the scavenger hunt!  (How about as a toothbrush?!?)

I do have a few local rally routes in my computer, along with general
instructions.  If anyone wants to put together a Philly MG Club rally, I can
supply a lot of help.  As Philly SCCA Rally Steward, I don't have a lot of
time to do all the work, but I can really get you started.  Just give me a
holler!

Allen Hefner
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'77 Midget
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport

Re: Newest Nuffield News

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Allen,
I realized that I had made that critical error when I read your E-mail about the rally - the day after I took the newsletter to the printers. Oh well!! I'll correct it in the Sept. newsletter. Take care, Steve


From: ajhsys@...
Reply-To: Philly_MG_Club@...
To: Philly_MG_Club@...
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Newest Nuffield News
Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2001 13:19:31 EDT

I just got my July/August newsletter. (Thanks Steve.) A small correction.
Steve re-printed an e-mail from me in the "British Recognition" section that
wasn't completely accurate. The rally that he mentioned, as reported by Mark
Johnson, was not my rally. That rally started in Tamaqua, PA and was put on
by Kevin Valentine, who is an e-mail lister from the Spridgets list. (I
don't know if Kevin is a member of any organized club.) Kevin's rally was a
hoot! We all had fun running it, and the day and the roads were beautiful.

My rally (An SCCA Philadelphia Region event) was held on Saturday, July 28th.
It started at King of Prussia Plaza and ended at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum
in Reading, taking Mount Penn and the Pagoda in as well. We had a light
turnout of only 10 cars, but there was a 1969 MGB competing, owned by Charles
Kitchen of Springfield, PA. Charles told me he bought his B when it was new,
and his son would only accompany him on the rally if he let him drive!

Thanks again for the newsletter, Steve. I just wanted to get the facts
straight.

Allen Hefner
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'77 Midget
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport

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Re: parting out 1973 MG Midget

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

Joe,

What a horrible way for a nice car to die. Can I forward this to the
Spridget list? Probably get a lot of takers there.

I need new front wings, at some point, but those won't fit :-(

Larry

PS what was the reserve? If you don't mind telling.

On 7/25/01 5:51 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Attention all club members:

I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving club
members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests and I
will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car, but
parts are sure to go quickly. Below you'll see a description of the car when
it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.

Joe Maggiore
joema@...

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently restored
(always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a fresh
engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance company -
I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent to a
yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a chance of a
lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS whenever
possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested into
this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the trunk
floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car. The
good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a PARTIAL list
of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA inspection
just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine and
three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and was
driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I
haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The engine
never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the rebuild.
Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter
panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly - underside of
car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU
carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched. All new
suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front disks,
brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired or
replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect condition -
not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new exhaust
including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS bumperettes. New
tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights, windows
(including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim: headlights,
door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus many,
many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for
yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.

Re: parting out 1973 MG Midget

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

Oh yea, I also need some trim pieces, like the little chrome caps that go on
the rear of the door opening, and the door panels, and the panels that go
under the door.

Larry

On 7/25/01 5:51 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Attention all club members:

I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving club
members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests and I
will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car, but
parts are sure to go quickly. Below you'll see a description of the car when
it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.

Joe Maggiore
joema@...

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently restored
(always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a fresh
engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance company -
I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent to a
yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a chance of a
lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS whenever
possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested into
this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the trunk
floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car. The
good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a PARTIAL list
of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA inspection
just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine and
three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and was
driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I
haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The engine
never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the rebuild.
Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter
panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly - underside of
car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU
carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched. All new
suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front disks,
brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired or
replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect condition -
not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new exhaust
including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS bumperettes. New
tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights, windows
(including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim: headlights,
door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus many,
many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for
yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.

Home from Vacation

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

I have returned from the Wilds of Wyoming and Jellystone. I understand that
a few of you went on Kevin's Rally up in Tamaqua. Sorry I missed it.
Congrats to Reg and Nettie on their 2nd, but what was that thing with the
corn cobs???

I did get to see a rare LBC, A Mama Grizzly bear and her 2 cubs (Little Bear
Cubs). Lots o' cool scenery and even the beginning of a forest fire. Elk and
coyotes out the wahzoo.

Looking forward to seeing all. I am not sure if I can make the Putting
Competition on the 8th, but since it is right next door, I might drop in for
some ice cream. Theresa's oldest is returning to Alaska at the end of the
month and Wed nights are the only night of the week she gets to visit.

We have put the Cruise night on the calendar. I will add them to the Yahoo
calendar (with reminders) tomorrow.

Later folks

Larry
--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.

Re: parting out 1973 MG Midget

Joe Maggiore <joema@...>
 

Yes, but please change the email address to joemamg@.... I created
the hotmail account to keep from getting bombarded on my "regular" account.
FYI, I listed an ad on the MGCARS website and I can't keep up with the
responses, but please forward it on with the above change. Thanks.

Joe Maggiore.

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2001 9:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] parting out 1973 MG Midget


Joe,

What a horrible way for a nice car to die. Can I forward this to the
Spridget list? Probably get a lot of takers there.

I need new front wings, at some point, but those won't fit :-(

Larry

PS what was the reserve? If you don't mind telling.

On 7/25/01 5:51 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joemamg@...> wrote:

Attention all club members:

I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving
club
members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests
and I
will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car,
but
parts are sure to go quickly. Below you'll see a description of the car
when
it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.

Joe Maggiore
joema@...

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently
restored
(always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a
fresh
engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance
company -
I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent
to a
yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a
chance of a
lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS
whenever
possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested
into
this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the
trunk
floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car.
The
good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a
PARTIAL list
of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA
inspection
just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine
and
three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and
was
driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I
haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The
engine
never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the
rebuild.
Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter
panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly -
underside of
car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU
carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched. All
new
suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front
disks,
brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired
or
replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect
condition -
not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new
exhaust
including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS
bumperettes. New
tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights,
windows
(including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim:
headlights,
door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus
many,
many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for
yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Re: parting out 1973 MG Midget

Joe Maggiore <joema@...>
 

Larry:

My interior is black. I'll sell you the whole panel kit for $50.00 and throw
in the door cap chrome pieces for no extra charge. The panels are in good
shaped. The rear one, has been cut up to fit 6X9's. Let me know.

Joe Maggiore

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2001 9:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] parting out 1973 MG Midget


Oh yea, I also need some trim pieces, like the little chrome caps that go
on
the rear of the door opening, and the door panels, and the panels that go
under the door.

Larry

On 7/25/01 5:51 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Attention all club members:

I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving
club
members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests
and I
will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car,
but
parts are sure to go quickly. Below you'll see a description of the car
when
it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.

Joe Maggiore
joema@...

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently
restored
(always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a
fresh
engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance
company -
I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent
to a
yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a
chance of a
lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS
whenever
possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested
into
this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the
trunk
floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car.
The
good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a
PARTIAL list
of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA
inspection
just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine
and
three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and
was
driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I
haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The
engine
never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the
rebuild.
Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter
panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly -
underside of
car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU
carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched. All
new
suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front
disks,
brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired
or
replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect
condition -
not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new
exhaust
including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS
bumperettes. New
tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights,
windows
(including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim:
headlights,
door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus
many,
many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for
yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Directions

kentarv@...
 

Does any one have the directions to the brunch we had on the Chesapeake Canal
a few years ago? I think we went with the Triumph club.
Does anyone remember the trip at all? When was it?


Ken Tarves
101 Kathmere Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
610-853-3236

Re: parting out 1973 MG Midget

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

Done

On 8/2/01 11:38 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Larry:

My interior is black. I'll sell you the whole panel kit for $50.00 and throw
in the door cap chrome pieces for no extra charge. The panels are in good
shaped. The rear one, has been cut up to fit 6X9's. Let me know.

Joe Maggiore

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2001 9:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] parting out 1973 MG Midget


Oh yea, I also need some trim pieces, like the little chrome caps that go
on
the rear of the door opening, and the door panels, and the panels that go
under the door.

Larry

On 7/25/01 5:51 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Attention all club members:

I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving
club
members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests
and I
will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car,
but
parts are sure to go quickly. Below you'll see a description of the car
when
it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.

Joe Maggiore
joema@...

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently
restored
(always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a
fresh
engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance
company -
I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent
to a
yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a
chance of a
lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS
whenever
possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested
into
this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the
trunk
floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car.
The
good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a
PARTIAL list
of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA
inspection
just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine
and
three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and
was
driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I
haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The
engine
never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the
rebuild.
Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter
panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly -
underside of
car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU
carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched. All
new
suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front
disks,
brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired
or
replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect
condition -
not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new
exhaust
including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS
bumperettes. New
tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights,
windows
(including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim:
headlights,
door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus
many,
many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for
yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.

Re: Home from Vacation

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Larry,
Thanks again for listing reminders on the Club list. I've taken the small article about the Club listings out of the newsletter but will inform all new members about the listings. Thanks again, Steve.


From: "Larry B. Macy" <macy@...>
Reply-To: Philly_MG_Club@...
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] Home from Vacation
Date: Thu, 02 Aug 2001 21:49:56 -0400

I have returned from the Wilds of Wyoming and Jellystone. I understand that
a few of you went on Kevin's Rally up in Tamaqua. Sorry I missed it.
Congrats to Reg and Nettie on their 2nd, but what was that thing with the
corn cobs???

I did get to see a rare LBC, A Mama Grizzly bear and her 2 cubs (Little Bear
Cubs). Lots o' cool scenery and even the beginning of a forest fire. Elk and
coyotes out the wahzoo.

Looking forward to seeing all. I am not sure if I can make the Putting
Competition on the 8th, but since it is right next door, I might drop in for
some ice cream. Theresa's oldest is returning to Alaska at the end of the
month and Wed nights are the only night of the week she gets to visit.

We have put the Cruise night on the calendar. I will add them to the Yahoo
calendar (with reminders) tomorrow.

Later folks

Larry
--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Re: parting out 1973 MG Midget

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

Oops that should have just gone to Joe. I forgot this list is set to
automagiacally reply to the entire list.

Larry

On 8/3/01 8:26 PM, "Larry B. Macy" <macy@...> wrote:

Done

On 8/2/01 11:38 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Larry:

My interior is black. I'll sell you the whole panel kit for $50.00 and throw
in the door cap chrome pieces for no extra charge. The panels are in good
shaped. The rear one, has been cut up to fit 6X9's. Let me know.

Joe Maggiore

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2001 9:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Philly_MG_Club] parting out 1973 MG Midget


Oh yea, I also need some trim pieces, like the little chrome caps that go
on
the rear of the door opening, and the door panels, and the panels that go
under the door.

Larry

On 7/25/01 5:51 PM, "Joe Maggiore" <joema@...> wrote:

Attention all club members:

I am parting out my 1973 MG Midget starting this weekend and am giving
club
members first shot at the parts. Please email me for any parts requests
and I
will email you price and availability. Currently, I have the whole car,
but
parts are sure to go quickly. Below you'll see a description of the car
when
it was recently listed on ebay but didn't meet the reserve.

Joe Maggiore
joema@...

First the violin story. This is 1973 MG Midget that was recently
restored
(always garaged since restoration) and then rear ended just days after a
fresh
engine rebuild and new clutch: The car was totaled by the insurance
company -
I have the Salvage title only. I did not have the heart to see it sent
to a
yard and rot away since everything was right on this car. Here's a
chance of a
lifetime to get all the restoration parts in one shot - I used NOS
whenever
possible and have all receipts to prove it. I have over $10,000 invested
into
this car. The car is driveable, but the unibody is bent slightly on the
trunk
floor and buckled behind the trunk - thus I must sell it as a parts car.
The
good news is that the rest of the car appears untouched. Here's a
PARTIAL list
of what has been done to the Midget in the past year: Passed PA
inspection
just a couple of months ago and is still current. Newly rebuilt engine
and
three-piece clutch - engine has 70+ lbs of pressure when starting and
was
driven for hours without a problem (remember it was JUST rebuilt - so I
haven't driven it for more than a weekend with the fresh rebuild). The
engine
never smoked, overheated or had serious problems even before the
rebuild.
Transmission is in excellent condition. New front Fenders, Hood, quarter
panel, fan shroud - any rust (though minor) repaired correctly -
underside of
car was fine before restoration and did not need any repair. Rebuilt SU
carburetors and new SU fuel pump. Gas tank slushed and re-etched. All
new
suspension bushings, rebuilt front shocks and outer tie rods. New front
disks,
brake lines and rear brake hardware. All wiring and electrical repaired
or
replaced, new coil, wires, spark plugs, etc. Dashboard - perfect
condition -
not one crack! New carpet Recent top - clear window, no tears All new
exhaust
including hardware. Recently re-chromed front bumper and NOS
bumperettes. New
tires and trim rings. All new rubbers seals - door, trunk, lights,
windows
(including windshield seal). Rebuilt speedometer. New chrome trim:
headlights,
door sill, MIDGET lettering, grill surrounds, wiper bezels, etc. Plus
many,
many more miscellaneous parts replaced. Look at the pictures and see for
yourself. Best of luck. Please save this car!!

--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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and you're a fool for the rest of your life.



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Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.

A Plan for Joe's Midget??

Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
 

http://www.nosubstitute.org/events/SOW9June01/DSCN0111.jpg
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Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a question
and you're a fool for the rest of your life.

Re: A Plan for Joe's Midget??

Steve Harding <mgbgt1@...>
 

Larry - Perfect! - Steve


From: "Larry B. Macy" <macy@...>
Reply-To: Philly_MG_Club@...
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] A Plan for Joe's Midget??
Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2001 11:30:59 -0400

http://www.nosubstitute.org/events/SOW9June01/DSCN0111.jpg
--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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and you're a fool for the rest of your life.



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Re: A Plan for Joe's Midget??

Joe Maggiore <joema@...>
 

I think this picture was secretly taken at a Delaware Valley Triumph event.
Sacrilege I say!!

Joe Maggiore

----- Original Message -----
From: Larry B. Macy <macy@...>
To: <Philly_MG_Club@...>
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2001 11:30 AM
Subject: [Philly_MG_Club] A Plan for Joe's Midget??


http://www.nosubstitute.org/events/SOW9June01/DSCN0111.jpg
--

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
macy@...
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Reminder - Monthly GT

Philly_MG_Club@...
 

We would like to remind you of this upcoming event.

Monthly GT

Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2001
Time: 8:00PM - 10:00PM EDT (GMT-04:00)

Monthly GT at Reeds on 73

Re: Reminder - Monthly GT

James Schulte <schultejim@...>
 

Would also like to remind everyone of the golf challenge at Freddy Hill
Miniature golf Center. If you need directions just give a yell. Today August
8th at 7 P.M.
Jim

Philly_MG_Club@... wrote:


We would like to remind you of this upcoming event.

Monthly GT

Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2001
Time: 8:00PM - 10:00PM EDT (GMT-04:00)

Monthly GT at Reeds on 73



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