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Name: William Guzman

Comment: Have free MGB trim Gt and rd aluminum hoods rear axle low mileage since rebuilt and more. Will bring to my house from storage unit next week. No one takes it it goes in the trash.
Please do not call to ask for specific item. Call for address
805-484 1528
Bill G.

Name: Richard Pryor

Comment: Good Morning,

Mike Jacobsen gave me this contact. I was being lazy as I could have looked it up as I am a member of NAMGAR. I finished my long term obsession and have “bits” left over that I would love another MG enthusiast have. Free for the taking, only you have to come to Palm Springs to get them. All are small parts, pieces, fittings, rubber, bolts, etc. I have no desire to do a second car. Please feel free to contact me anytime.

Rich Pryor
760 832-6331

Name: Randy Hodgson

Comment: Hi,
I am a new member and am looking for someone in the Anaheim Hills, Yorba Linda, Orange area with a MGB or MGB GT that I can get together with. I have a total ground up project car and would like to get together with someone who has a finished car. I basically have a puzzle without the picture.

Name: Shawn Tate

Comment: Good morning –
I have just submitted my membership application, and I am looking forward to working with an active club.
I have just gotten my ’66 MG Midget from the paint and body shop, and now it is time to take it in for a tune-up / some engine work. I am in Yucca Valley, outside of Palm Springs.
It looks like the Ontario area is the closest address listed in the Links page.
Are there any shops in the Palm Springs area that are creditable? The car does run around the block, and down the road, but it does not do well after it comes all the way to temperature, I will be hauling it down to the shop. I hope to drive it home, but do not trust it on the way down.
Items to be checked / fixed are the carbs, timing/tune-up, breaks and alignment.

I appreciate your input, enjoy your weekend.

Name: David Harrison

Comment: I have a tonneau cover for a 1972 MGB. In excellent condition-car was sold years ago and found in the attic. Anyone interested?