In the editorial on page 3 I highlighted the importance of an independent approach to recommending traders for goods and services. My website ttypes.org will, over time, build up a comprehensive trade directory of recommended suppliers and guess what? – none of them will have paid to be there!
First off the blocks in this issue are some details of TA/B/C cast iron drums. These are offered at £85 per drum including carriage, a useful saving over those currently being advertised by a trader. For more details please contact me on 0117 986 4224 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. A couple of pictures of these drums follow:
Ian Linton is offering TA head gaskets as per the picture below. Ian’s advert reads as follows:
“MPJG head gaskets, new, similar to that sold by Moss (290-010), see photo. Limited number available, £30 each plus P&P. These are being offered as support to other MG TA owners and therefore are sold privately as is, no guarantee, no return. Contact Ian Linton, email@example.com or call +44 (0)1273 472479.”
I am offering a limited number of XPAG head gasket sets (round hole or banana) at £47.50 each, plus postage. I also have a few bottom end sets at £21.50 each, plus postage. These are being sold as support to XPAG owners and therefore sold privately as is, no guarantee, no return. They are said by the manufacturer to be as near to the original as possible and are being sold on a non-profit making basis. You only need to look up the price being charged by the dealers (one is asking over £80, another is asking over £100) to appreciate what a bargain (pic below of one of the head gasket sets) these sets are. Contact John James firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0117 986 42224.
Tim Patchett (email@example.com or phone 01484 845038) has one remaining set of his stub axles for TA/B/C at £600 the pair, plus postage. He also has a couple of pairs of his rose jointed steering rods at £160 the pair plus postage.
Coventry Boring and Metalling Co.Ltd. have experience of MPJG engines. The web address is www.coventryboring.co.uk
Finally, I must print a disclaimer, much as I detest having to do so.
Totally T-Type 2 is produced totally on a voluntary basis and is available on the website www.ttypes.org on a totally FREE basis. Its primary purpose is to help T-Type owners through articles of a technical nature and point them in the direction of recommended service and spares suppliers. Articles are published in good faith but I cannot accept responsibility or legal liability and in respect of contents, liability is expressly disclaimed.
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