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After the dormant period of owning a sensible family diesel car. it begins.... 5 days 13 hours ago #195476

So, I bought the MGF and returned to MG Rover ownership (been here before www.roverdrive.co.uk ), and after buying a fairly clean low mileage MGF, which can be used happily as is...

I appear to have bought 52mm TB, K&N panel filter, door cards (need rid of wood in door and repalce damaged speaker cover), a remote boot release, low water alarm, a TF bootlid and headlights..... have parts lined up to do TF front end, but may just go look to buy a MGF bumper to hack about with to get lights to fit, as kinda liking the F front, in which case will be buying a splitter....

Most bits and bobs should be straight forward, cold air feed, TB swap, bootlid swap, and wiring in bits, the challenge will be the front end.... I may be less patient than I was when i created the back lights for the 220 coupe.....

Still, it's not supposed to be easy owning an older car now is it?
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After the dormant period of owning a sensible family diesel car. it begins.... 2 days 8 hours ago #195489

Hi and welcome to the forum.

Looking foward to updates on the project as she progresses.

James

Home to black MGZS180, yellow MGZS180, blue MGZR160, green MGF VVC and red MG Maestro T16.

MG - the friendly marque.
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