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  Chicagoland MG Club:Driveline

The Passenger Seat

Ray Glorioso Christmas is over and the new Year is approaching. The Christmas Party brought out some old faces, some new faces and some of the same old faces. The food was plentiful and good, the DJ played nice music, and the karioke was just awful. In short, all who were there had a good time. I would like to thank Diane and Oscar Gonzales for the work that they put into the party once again. Its sucess is a direct result of their efforts.

I have a leak in my fuel tanks. One in the MG and one in the Chevy daily driver. I have in the past epoxied, soldered, brazed, and welded leaks from the outside on various other gas tanks to a varing degrees of sucess. I have ectched and plastic coated from the inside with differing results. I have even let other charge me to make the repairs, these donít seem to any better rate of sucess. At the next meeting we will be trying to bail me out and seal my tanks. All and any suggestions will be entertained. I hope that stories and urban legends with be told. Educational videos should be brought to be viewed. I need a solution before the driving season begins.

Ray Glorioso

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