Archive for January, 2020

Link to walk around on the blue bronco.

It seems everything is there, frame is good except near rear spring shackles, not rusted through but may need some attention.

(Here in NE, Pa there lives two 1967 Broncos.

One is under restoration with a new wiring harness, new power brakes, new disc brakes. radiator and now has power steering. new paint and about to get radio, interior and a convertible top. New rebuilt 289 will be installed in January 2021.

Bronco 1967 v-8 302 and 1967 170cI 6cyl . One under restoration and the other is ??? BAD Blue baby, well, it just is. It may be for sale….needs everything but frame, engine, trans, Top, wheels and dash. Has 40K on speedo. Engine started and ran good for 2-3 minutes off a bottle.

Here in Moscow, PA, is located the V-8 orange beauty. and her cousin, bad blue.

Than there is the “Blue” baby 170 6 cyl that I have gotten from a barn. Needs full restoration, doors to tub. Got the engine started and running for 2 MInutes, Ran good and clean and smooth, ran it from a bottle, last owner said it was running when he backed it under the shed 6 years ago. He has put oil in the cylinders every year. Said the frame was god but near the rear spring shackles may have to be patched, not rusted through yet. Carb was clean when I took it apart. no ethanol gas was used in the carb.

Carb was clean when I took it apart.

Current price is $4000, this may be changed as I do work on it or I can also send it out for restoration which will cost 15K plus the engine or possible trans work. Than I will have 20k into it or 10,000 less that the other. It has no title but easy to get in PA . Speedometer shows 40K, started it and ran for 30 secs, cleaned carb, filed points, oiled the cylinders, added gas from a bottle and it started up. no smoke, engine sounded good and smooth. Has extra windshield Most all parts are there.

Most people don’t realize that the insturment cluster is worth $1,000, and the good top it has is worth $1000 etc. So when your thinking how much $4000 is, go look at one for sale.

You will need a whole body for it for about $10,000 frame seems ok pitted but all there, looks l1ke a small hole near the rear spring shackle

If you are serious about this unit, you can call me at 570 815 6294

MG sold,.

Well after all new interior, top etc and engine, I was tired of working on this little car. It went to a selected owner.

77 MGB, new engine, top and interior, all new with OVERDRIVE


I have finally decided that it is time to sell this great car.

1974 TR6 with 50K, very clean no rust, With Overdrive, (BIG DIFFERENCE) , original miles I have had this for over 10 Years, and have replaced almost everything needed as like brake cylinders, Total front end redone, Interior carpets and seats, Flushed engine, Body repainted 5 years ago and is clean and smooth. Has Michelin Red line tires (Older) Underbody sprayed and painted 5 years ago. Replaced Electrical as needed, hydraulic brake and clutch cylinders. and I have only run non-ethanol in the engine and carbs. This is a smooth running British Cars that runs and performs like new. Top is serviceable but is kept down, has boot cover.

This is a driver, I have put 20,000 miles on this car and is extremely dependable and always garaged. I have driven it to Florida and back 2 times, and the midwest once. Just a great driver and pretty much bullet proof. Unlike MGB’s, this is a reliable and simple but powerful car (yes, almost 110 HP) the 6 cylinder with over drive is very smooth, the new front end (2000 miles on it) has made a big difference.

MGTD 1952 all restored by owner

45 horses, but is a blast to drive, all new engine and trans, tires, top etc.