New Listings From the Parts Locker
MGB Crankshaft Pulley P/N 12H963. MGB 18G thru 18V Engines thru 1974 $15.00 // MGB Rear Chrome Bumper Small dent on bumper bar. Left overrider dented. Chrome 5/10 (pitted). Includes brackets and lights. $10.00 // MGBGT Vent Window and Frame set Chrome 5/10 (pitted). Should clean up well for a driver. $20.00 // MGB Jack with Jute bag Jack useable, bag is fair cond. $10.00 // MGB Wire Wheels Set of 4. 14", Painted. Need refinishing. Good splines. $5.00 each // MGB Rear Axle Shafts with hubs From early MGB (banjo) axle. 25 spline inboard end. Hubs are 8 threads/in. Splines are worn to a point, but not rounded over. $15.00 for pair.
Previously Listed Items
Used MGB Passenger Seats Both are right seats. Sorry, we don't have any driver's seats. From approx. 1970, need recovering. Seat rails not included, but there are probably some in the club inventory if you need any. $7.00 each // MGB Sway Bar 9/16 diameter. $10.00 // Midget 1275 Manifold Two studs have been drilled out, the third is stuck. $8.00 // Lucas Coil Used. With bracket. Tested on MGB, works. $4.00 // MGB Pedal Set Used. $10.00 // Smiths Heater Rough condition, but restorable. No obvious rust holes. Single speed motor, not tested. $10.00 // Distributor Retainer Plate Used, surface rust $3.00 // MGB Crankshaft Pulley For Early MGB $5.00 // MGB Timing Cover Used. I think that this is for 18G thru 18GF engines, but I'm not sure. Look carefully at the picture. $5.00 // Early MGB Shift Lever & Mount Used. Surface rust. Has cracked mount, see picture. $5.00 // MGA Rear axle shafts and hubs Two right, two left. All have 10-splines on inboard end. For MGA 1500. Wheel splines are in good condition. $60.00 each shaft/hub assembly // MG Steering Wheel Surface pitting on metal. $3.00 // MGB Trans Crossmember and Staybar Crossmember is very rusty. Buy this one for the good staybar. $15.00 // MGB Steering Lever Left side. Good condition. $8.00 // Used MGB Oil Pan $10.00// MGB Radiator Support Solid, No cracks. $10.00 // MGB Rear Engine Plate Used. $7.00 //
There are additional items and pictures of most items available on the club website at www.chicagolandmgclub.com/classifieds/cmgc-parts/index.html or email our parts master, David Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org with your parts request.
Cars for Sale
Member 1980 MGB LE Black with Tan Interior. Low 16,000 Miles Original. Excellent Condition. $9,500.00 See web site for photos. -815.838.5452, Ask for Joe
Non-Member 1974 MG Midget Current owner for 32 yrs. Partially restored. Engine good, nearly new top, wire wheels, additional exhaust system. Needs frame reinforcement, some body work and interior improvements. Price negotiable. David Trantum, 574.842.3119 - Culver, IN
Non-Member - 1976 MGB 88,000 original miles. 4 cylinder 4 speed. Rebuilt carburetor and alternator. New solenoid and brakes. Starts and runs good. Needs some rust spots taken care of, I just can't due to health. I have taken the top off due to rips (I still due have it). No serious offer will be turned down. $2500.00. Ask me anything and I will tell you what I know about the car. See web site for pics Kevin Tully, 309.932.2485 , email@example.com - Galva, IL
Member - 1979 MGB Green with tan interior. 50,000 Miles. Weber Carburetor. Good Condition. $2500.00 See web site for pics Harold Hohm, 312.316.3617 , firstname.lastname@example.org
PARTS AND MISC FOR SALE
Member 1972 MGB GT Stripping for parts. Body has cancer and nothing worth saving but I have glass for MGB GT’s lots of glass. Mostly FREE. Just bring a donation of Miller Lite bottles. Brand New Rear Tailgate for MGB GT $350. Wire Wheels Can negotiate but start with a 12 pack. Interior parts and panels. Some free, some will take cash or beer. Brand New Rear Valance (metal) for MGB GT From Moss Motors $25.00. MGA Modified Racing Frame $500.00. Lots of other stuff, call or e-mail Tom Raddatz, 773.617.2001, email@example.com/classifieds
Member - Complete pedal box assembly from a 1972 MGB. Includes all fittings and hardware. Cover included but not pictured. If you are planning to convert a pre-1968 single-circuit braking system to dual-circuit, you need a complete setup like this. Asking $40. See web site for pictures. Jim Evans, 630.858.8192, firstname.lastname@example.org