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Eric O

Member ID: ohmite
Status: Free Member
Wilson, NY, USA   USA
Member Since: 2013-03-07
Home Site: The Triumph Experience
Last Login: 2018-06-22 09:49
Forum Posts: 0

Painting is done !

Refinished the dash with walnut burl, it looks great. Body was separated from the frame and placed on the rotisserie. Floors, sills, fenders, A and B-posts are done. Frame/jig on the rotisserie worked out great, nothing moved or twisted. Cleaning up welds on the bottom side now. Frame has been treated with internal frame coat, Now painted with AG111 MasterSeries frame paint kit. O/D transmission rebuilt. Motor run and test of the overdrive transmission completed.
Lots of progress being made....

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1957 MG MGA 1500 OEW And Primer Grey Eric O

1957 MG MGA 1500
HDR4337236

1959 MG MGA 1500 Orient Red Eric O

1959 MG MGA 1500
HDK4365597

1976 Triumph Spitfire 1500 White Eric O

1976 Triumph Spitfire 1500
FM40298U

1977 MG MGB MkIII Red Eric O

1977 MG MGB MkIII
GHN5UH443947



4 Vehicles — Total mileage: 145,031 mi (233,405 km) — Average age: 1967

Member Journal – Eric O's Journal

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Little Bites

Posted on: Monday June 18, 2018

Extra spacing washer on the bonnet pivot

I got a couple of hours this evening for the Spitfire. I finished testing and identifying the light bulbs in the center dash piece. There are a couple of odd ones I'm going to have to search for. I added a washer between the bushing and bracket on the bonnet hinge, it is now distorting less when I tighten it down. I also adjusted the metal in the bottom of the driver's side wheel well, there was just a little interference with the firewall preventing the bonnet from coming back toward th...

Happy Father's Day Full Of Progress

Posted on: Sunday June 17, 2018

Bonnet is on looking like a Spitfire again

I had a great Father's Day! I hope all of the dads and granddads also did too . I got a chance to drive the MGB to a local car show in Newfane. Mostly American muscle cars there though, nice to look at and my MGB stood out as the worst in show . There was a nice Spitfire a VW bug and an '63 Avanti (I always liked them). Seeing all the great paint jobs and chrome gave me motivation to make progress on the Spitfire so headed home. Since I cut the hole out for the oil pressure/tempera...

More Wiring

Posted on: Saturday June 16, 2018

Lined up so on to wiring things

I got some time to work on the car today, after cutting grass and moving things. The last of the car stuff is out of the old house now. I replaced the spade connectors for the washer switch with larger ones and hooked it up. I visited the local hardware store and found spacers for the heater controls and screws for the heater water valve assembly. I installed the controls and the heater valve. I checked the fit of the center dash piece to make sure it still lined up. I then worked t...

Wiring Up The Dash

Posted on: Friday June 15, 2018

Mounting everything in the main dash section

My new and used parts order from Team Triumph came this week. I scored on many parts including rubber for mounting lights, relays, heater valves, trim pieces, lights, etc. I sorted through them and dropped some of the parts in Evaporust. I still need a right side rubber piece for the side running light. I started to wire up the dash today too. I mounted the instruments, warning light sockets, hazard switch and dimmer on the main part of the dash. I hung the assembly from the metal part of ...


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