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1952 MG MG-TD for sale 101551048
1952 MG MG-TD

1952 MG MG-TD

Car for sale by Haggle Me in Hobart, Indiana 46342

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1952 MG TD Chassis number TD14710 Engine number XPAG /TD/2150 (Matching original number) Frame and suspension: Bare chassis , Inner frame rails, Transmission tunnel, side curtain box, clutch/brake pedal arms and wheels...powder coated Front suspension parts cleaned and painted gloss black New rubber seals New Hardware New urethane bushings New wheel bearings and seals New steering shaft bushings New steering coupler rubber bushings New tie rod ends New steering rack gaiters (80-90w gear oil) Shocks rebuilt by Worldwide Auto Parts Rear springs disassembled cleaned and powder coated and reassembled with new rubber pads New urethane bushings New spring pads New Silent lock bushings New axle wear plates New U bolts Shocks rebuilt by Worldwide Auto Parts Drive train: Engine and transmission rebuilt by University Motors late 1990s by previous owner...Oil pump, water pump, distributor and carburetor installed Rebuild work performed unknown Not installed until I completed the restoration. Original intake manifold and oil bath filter New original style SU fuel pump New copper fuel line New clutch New pressure plate New adjustable clutch rod and link (OConnor modification done for smoother clutch action) New clutch release bearing New pedal shaft cross drilled for improved lubrication New pedal shaft and frame bushings New ring gear Distributor sent out for rebuild by Advance Distributors New Cap, rotor condenser, wires and plugs Radiator: Rodded and flow tested New hoses and clamps Thermostat housing machined to take a modern thermostat MGB plastic 7 blade fan for improved cooling (original 4 blade steel comes with the car) New stainless overflow tank (tube type) Moss spin on oil filter adaptor (original assembly comes with the car) Valvoline VR1 20-50W oil 60 lbs cold 50 lbs hot Transmission: Fluid... Redline MT 90 Drive shaft : New Spicer U joints Rear end: 4.875 ratio New axle and pinion seals New axle and differential bearings New differential bearings New differential thrust washers and cups Fluid.... Valvoline 80-90W gear oil Brakes: New original type master cylinder All new wheel cylinders All new hard lines All new rubber flex lines Drums cleaned and turned All new brake shoes New emergency brake cables Brake handle and button rechromed New stop light switch Electrical: New cloth braid over pvc wiring harness (later turn signal version) New original type turn signal switch New relay box New turn signal flasher New internal assemblies for front parking light turn signals (per later models so equipped) Front red dot lamp assemblies replated New Lucas button chrome head light buckets New Lucas PL (reproduction)head lights New Lucas (reproduction) driving lights mounted on new badge bar All New (3) dash warning light assemblies New cloth braid dash sub harness Starter and dynamo cleaned and painted New Optima gel cell battery ( no spills or leaks) New battery disconnect switch New battery cables New starter switch New head light ignition switch New horn dipper switch Wiper motor cleaned and painted wrinkle black Body: All sheet metal media cleaned to bare metal (copper slag) Wood replaced as needed ..found to be solid ...pieces replaced were due to splits caused by using oversized screws with out pre drilling Finished with self etching primer, surfacer primer and top coated with base coat/clear coat wet sanded and machined polished Fuel tank internally coated prior to my ownership Doors have been double (X) braced with turnbuckles All new door latch hardware New door handles New brass hinges New bonnet center strip New bonnet center hinges New bonnet latches and buffers New bonnet latch handles Radiator shell, plinth and cap replated New grille badge New chrome grille slats (original slats painted to match interior come with car) Head light support bars and brackets chrome plated New fender mounting bolts New tool box felt New side curtain felt New threshold plates New running board strips and r

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