"Specializing in MG hard to find parts"


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Jim Davis said:   December 31, 2012 12:05 pm PST
Thanks for all the excellent support. Have a prosperous new year

Bud & Mary Springer said:   December 31, 2012 8:27 am PST

Neil Nelson said:   December 31, 2012 12:49 am PST
Hi Doug, I am on my 3rd TC restoration now. Still have the original one, a 1946 TC0526. Now doing a 1947. I have purchased many items from you and always have had great service and excellent parts. Keep up the good work. Let me know if you ever get those TC front springs made.

Ron Zeraldo said:   December 29, 2012 10:45 am PST
Restoring TC 5911, have been at it for the past 11 years all mechanical components have been painstakingly rebuilt, now the work on the chassis begins along with reassembly. All coachwork & painting to be done by Paul Grove (known for his concours workmanship). Thanks for providing some of the best TC parts in the world!

Jack Emdall said:   December 28, 2012 3:07 pm PST
Reckon I be a late comer and to end it all will be moving residence shortly, new e-mail to be forwarded. I find FTFU to be the best parts supplier I've ever come across for those hard to find bits, those easy to find bits at better prices and swifter delivery. I suspect Halfmoon Bay, B.C., won't be that hard to find either. Cheers Douglas and keep 'em coming. Respctfully:Jack Emdall.

roberto nasser said:   December 28, 2012 7:57 am PST
good car, good guys.

René RUFENACHT (#972 NEMGTR, TD 1951) said:   December 27, 2012 6:21 am PST
Dear Dough! I'm a TD51 owner since Nov.1., 1962. I was watchmaker for 50years and have a lot of knowledge in chronometric instruments, could help with outr. instruments. I got badly infected at the age of 10 and got helpless injured by the P51 syndrome (RR/Packard engines/sound), but that's a longer story...If you think I may be of help regarding chronos you may contact me without any obligstions! Stay tuned, and have always enough 'air' under the wings if you still are flying! Octagonally Ren�©

Larry Johns said:   December 10, 2012 10:17 am PST
I found a 1949 tc-exu all torn down and about 99% restored original . but it wasn't cheap to do a frame off--approx $50,000 but what fun it has been. Larry

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