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For those with time to kill and money to burn

Endoman

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Not posted for a while because I'm busy restoring this:-
It's cheap, simple, satisfying and from an era when Britain led the world (into the scrap yard)
 

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You need to meet up with Zingari and his yellow peril :grin:
 
Pretty cars the MGAs. My dad has restored a few over the years.

Are you doing it all yourself? Good fun and rewarding.
 
Beautiful car. I've always wanted an A but never got round to it. I've got 2 B's and currently rebuilding the engine on the 1800.
So easy and cheap to work on compared to the porsche
Good luck :thumbs:
 
Never had hands-on with an MGA though owned and restored a well corroded B. I saw an A a while back under restoration with a Rover V8 in the process of being fitted, kinda following along the lines of a Sunbeam Tiger..? Looks to be very straight and panels in good condition.. Ex-Californian perhaps..? I guess you may have taken it on as a bit of a challenge, and on the basis of an enthusiast rather than an "investor." A very different driving experience from any Porsche... Power to your elbow Endoman. :thumb:
 

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