Member Page: Mark Huff
Member ID: voodooacrobatStatus: Free Member
Tecumseh, MI, USA
Member Since: 2016-03-01
Home Site: The MG Experience
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Last Login: 2017-10-12 16:52
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This is my first MG, and I've wanted one since I was a kid. It finally came down to not wanting to regret the things I never did. I figure it's never too late to have a happy childhood.
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1965 MG MGB
Member Journal – Mark Huff's Journal - The Adventures Of Maggie
There are 10 total entries in this Journal.
Posted on: Friday July 28, 2017
It's been a while since I've posted in the journal, so I thought I'd take a few minutes and bring it up to date. The car has been running very well all this spring and summer and the engine and transmission are in good order. I did have an issue last week with an odd noise that I thought was coming from under the hump. It didn't do it all the time, and I couldn't listen while driving so I invited a neighbor for a ride. We traced the rattle to the starter which was loose from the mounting b...
Posted on: Friday February 24, 2017
My car is home!! In our last episode I had gone to pick up my '65 from my mechanic after getting a new clutch and associated parts from a throwout bearing exploding. (Ok, maybe not exactly exploding. But certainly shredded.) I drove her less than ten miles before the old, rattling, low-pressure engine finally gave up the ghost. Yikes!! My mechanic, Guy St. John of Ann Arbor (a fine human being), found me a much lower mileage engine at a very reasonable price from a 1971 MGB that was ...
Posted on: Tuesday October 25, 2016
Now that my Maggie has been identified as a "Frankenstein", with internal and external parts from many donors, it's been easier to understand many of her issues. And, as of last week, my little monster is back on the slab. After weeks of not having her, my mechanic phoned me with the news that the new clutch, throwout bearing, etc. had been installed as well as a new starter and rebuild of the slave cylinder. A friend drove me up to Ann Arbor where I was anxious to be back on the road enjoy...
Posted on: Monday May 16, 2016
Busy week at work, home, with the band, etc., so I wasn't able to spend more than a few hours this week with Maggie, although I did drive her to work a couple of times. I took an evening to learn more about the wiring for the overdrive. The PO had installed a generic switch dangling below the glovebox for the overdrive, and seemed surprised that it didn't work when I test drove the car. So I downloaded the wiring diagram from Advance Auto Wire, bought a test light and voltmeter, and set o...
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