So today I will disassemble my brakes and inspect and measure every part to determine the cause. I also have a rebuilt Lockheed caliper that I intend to install as a comparison to the new Moss caliper.
Mike explains the differences between the MGB-GT and the MGC-GT.
The gages are in Swedish, the turn signals look like police lights and the owner has the most amazing stories to tell. In fact, he tells us a funny story about an MGB GT at the end, which was proper for my MGDriving blog.
Some friends say “forget about it” and that they had stopped chasing brake squeal years ago. I can’t do that. I have an raging flaming need to solve this brake squeal.
It is a unique car with its rear-mounted engine and gull-wing doors. It is recognizable by everyone, I am certain.
Barry has always been interested in Singers.
Andrew has an interesting reason he has kept the car for so long. Have a watch 🙂
Although the quality of this video is not like my usual 4K videos, it was a Facebook Live Stream walk around at 11:00 AM. Many cars arrived after this walk around. However, it does provide an overview of the show.
I remember back in the day when I drove Austin Minis, there were magazine ads for Marcos Mini Kits and such. They developed into a company offering some serious sports cars, one being the Mantula Spyder with the Rover V8.
This was the most unusual car at the show and having the opportunity to take a drive in it was an incredible experience. Somehow it is just not right to drive your car straight into the water unless you own the Amphicar 770. From car to boat and back to car again.
I did the quick fix, Gorilla Tape. Also, the strap that snaps over the frame on the passenger side, came apart. So today I am going to do the proper fix.
But beware, you may not like what you see inside your engine. Thats what happened to me. So, I made a video on how to use the Depstech Inspection Camera and used it to examine my cylinder Number 2.