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10kpharo Julian L

Julian L

Member ID: 10kpharo
Status: Gold Member Gold Member
Windsor Lodge, West Coast of New York, USA   USA
Member Since: 2007-09-04
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-06-22 07:30
Forum Posts: 0

My LBC at the moment is a 1955 Austin A30 Countryman, right hand drive, still with its original 803cc engine.

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1955 Austin A30 Van

2007 Ford F-150 Pickup
"Clifford The Big Red Truck"

2 Vehicles — Total mileage: 90,000 mi (144,841 km) — Average age: 1981
Previously Owned Vehicles:

Member Journal – Julian Leggett's Journal

There are 5 total entries in this Journal.

New Home For The Roadsters

Posted on: Sunday December 2, 2007

BOA 10

Finally, the 'new garage' moved to the top of the priority list. It replaces a 1930's one car garage (with the classic 'bump out' added on in the '50's), with an attached carport. The concrete floor in the garage had reverted back to the aggregate, and the carport roof had to be replaced after every good windstorm. So, in July we had a new garage built - 22' x 26' (deep enough to store the MGB sideways during the winter). Wow! I was almost 46 years old before I experienced pulling into my...

Painting The Rostyle Wheels To Match Body Color

Posted on: Sunday December 2, 2007

The used wheels after sandblasting

While perusing Hemmings Sports & Exotic Cars magazine early in the summer, I saw an ad for VBL's catalog. It showed 6 LBC's lined up. The one on the far left was a blue rubber bumper B, with the Rostyles painted blue to match the body. Aha! Just what I had been looking for to make my car stand out a little. I had 10 days before the Buffalo MG club show, so I had to move fast. First, I located 4 used Rostyles from Mid-City Auto in Syracuse, NY - 2 1/2 hours east of me. I picked them up t...

Buffalo Octagon Association Car Show

Posted on: Saturday December 1, 2007

Team Duck with 3rd place trophy

Sunday of Labor Day weekend, 2007. First time we showed The Duck with it's 'historic rally car' livery. Magnetic racing numbers from Eric Zimmerman at Visual Impact Signs in East Aurora, NY. The magnets on the fenders are the logo of the Buffalo Octagon Association. Roll bar homemade for $22 and is for show only (not even attached to the car!). Result: 3rd place (our first trophy) in the Rubber Bumper class (11 cars). Great day!

All This In The First 6 Months?

Posted on: Wednesday October 10, 2007

Showing off the 3rd place award from Buffalo MG sh

When I got my car in April, it had been off the road for most of the last 5 years, being driven only a total of 500 miles by the previous two owners. So of course, pieces started falling off and breaking down almost immediately. Battery sounded poor, and looked ancient, so I replaced that first. Then I started to run hot. By the time that was said and done, I had a new radiator, new hoses, new thermostat, new temp sending unit, etc. Also got new steering boots (can't remembering authorizi...

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