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Scott B

Member ID: scottydawg
Status: Free Member
MTP, SC, USA   USA
Member Since: 2007-02-01
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2011-10-03 19:13
Forum Posts: 0

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1973 MG MGB Bracken Scott B

1973 MG MGB
GHN5UD294930G



1 Vehicles — Total mileage: 83,000 mi (133,576 km) — Average age: 1973
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Member Journal – Scott Brawner's Journal

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DIY Garage Paint Booth

Posted on: Sunday December 2, 2007

In another thread I mentioned that I am painting my MG myself in my garage. I am fortunate to have a friend who has been painting cars professionally for 20 years to advise me (and loan me some of his equipment on occasion). First is a picture of some of my supplies and equipment. I am sure I will be lambasted a bit for the body filler, but there are a lot of imperfections in the body (almost like a 5 year old with a golf club had batting practice on it), and I want it to look great. A...

MGB Rotisserie

Posted on: Thursday September 20, 2007

Here's a brief description of how I built my rotisserie for my MGB as requested by various members of the board. First, a couple of disclaimers: 1. These are not actual plans for you to follow and I accept no responsibility and provide no guarantees that you won't be killed or your car destroyed if you try this. 2. I am not a welder and I know that my feeble attempts at welding are laughable. However they are strong enough to do the job and that's all I really care about. Supp...

Painting The Insides

Posted on: Thursday September 20, 2007

Painting the interior and underside. Whew, that stuff sticks to EVERYTHING! Everything in my garage is tinted orange now. In this shot if you look at the panel you'll see a patch in the center. The DPO had cut out a speaker hole, but he didn't do it with a sawzall or a grinding wheel. He did it with approximately 500 drill holes. It looked like a medieval tort...


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