CMGC Project Car
Club Car Work In Progress!
Our Tech Coordinator, Steve Skegg, has graciously volunteered to host, and manage therestoration of the Club's newly acquired MG-B-GT! We will be looking for members who are interested in helping out. No special knowledge is required, because we want this to be a learning opportunity for all club members, at all skill levels. What better way to learn the in's and out's of an MG than under the watchful tutelage of the club's own master mechanic?
It doesn't hurt that Steve's garage is also heated and air-conditioned!
List of work sessions status: (order determined by availability of parts & manpower)
Install the new electronic SU fuel pump, correctly
Brake/ Clutch hydraulics. - rebuild the brake pressure failure assembly with a new shuttle valve & seals
Engine / drive train refurbish - fluids change, prop shaft reversal & connection, radiator support & tray install & getting it started.
Windscreen replacement—waiting on proper gaskets
Interior install – interior upholstery, seat belts, door locks — most work complete, a few touchups are required.
Body, clean, paint touch up etc.
Workers can expect to turn wrenches, and get as hands-on as they like, in a relaxed atmosphere. Steve has all the
tools needed, so the only thing you'd need to bring is your enthusiasm! Since we'll be working on an old car, wear cloths that you don't mind getting dirty.