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Moss Motors MGB Triplex Windshield

MossMotors.com - replace your MGB windshield. Get the full history behind the MGB windshield and the Triplex brand.


 


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Moss Motors MGB Folding Windblocker
MossMotors.com Another Moss Motors exclusive! High quality aluminum framed mesh windblocker with a Moss-designed bracket set. The windblocker folds down when not in use, and has about 1-1/2" of vertical adjustment for a perfect fit. The brackets fit under the top frame or tonneau brackets, and installation takes just about half an hour.





Moss Motors MGA Replacement Fuel Tank
There have been many suppliers making MGA Fuel Tanks over the years, most of them being of adequate quality. Some problems were just cosmetic, other problems were more significant such as leakage. Moss Motors' Quality team decided to put an end to all of these issues and offer the best MGA Fuel Tank ever.





Moss Motors MGB Stainless Steel Replacement Exhaust System
Treat your MGB to the finest, most durable Sport Exhaust System available. The beautiful Tourist Trophy polished stainless steel muffler system is custom made for the 62-74.5 MGB using the highest quality materials and workmanship.





Electric Cooling Fans, A Smart Upgrade (Part 1)
Electric cooling fan perform when you need it and are silent when you don't. They are a great upgrade for our British cars.





213 MG Sealing MG Windscreens
John explains how to properly seal your MG windscreens to protect against water and weather.





MGB Movie





MG 6 - Windshield, Doors and Fender Removal
My Brother Kevin stops by and helps me get a ton of stuff done.





Glenns MG Repair MGB Rotiserie Restoration
This 1970 MGB was a family treasure that suffered from severe rust. This details the before and after conditons and highlights the process of bring the car back to :better than new" condition.





Windshield cutting with Pete Hagan haganauto.com
How to cut down a windshield





Work on my MGB by Classic Car Services, MGOC recommended
If you view this video on fullscreen you might appreciate the workmanship better!! I purchased my MGB in 1999. Late 2007 I decided to give it a facelift so chose Classic Car Services, Ledian Farm Industrial Estate, Leeds, Maidstone from my MG Owners Club recommended directory. There were several times I had to return to the garage because of things I was unhappy with. The bonnet did not fit as good as the old one. The overdrive did not work after a new wiring loom was fitted, it was suggested that I had been driving around since 1999 with overdrive on, it transpired that they had not connected it correctly. I later found the windscreen heating ducting was missing. I thought the general finish on the car was very poor and was better before I took the car to Classic Car Services. I had the opportunity to let MG Owners Club know of my feelings on an online questionnaire they ask members to complete annually. In January 2010 the car, which is garaged had a flurry of snow on the boot lid for 2 days, when this melted it left the surface pock marked. I contacted MGOC to ask for advice, they suggested I contact the garage. When I contacted Classic Car Services in January they remembered me and asked me to take the car to them for inspection which I did. I was told it was a paint defect and they would respray the boot after sanding back in February or March (Free of charge). By 22nd of March I had not heard from them so gave them a call, they couldn't remember telling me they could repair the paint in February / March but are in the middle of a job right now and would repair the paint in April. By this time the paint had flattened but still left imperfections on the boot lid which I told them about. It is now June 2010 and I have heard nothing from Classic Car Services so decided to replace parts on my car which were given to me as Christmas presents. I am still finding things wrong with my MGB which were not there before using this MG Owners Club recommended dealer.





194 MGB Windscreen Rubber Installation





MGB Restoration, Update on status of the Car; Wheels and Glass Clip 15
Finished most of the interior in place, put in a new windshield glass and seals then mounted it, sand blasted painted the steel wheels, then mounted and balanced the tires.





1977 MG MGB V8 Roadster
SOLD! Offered for sale by St. Louis Car Museum & Sales. For this vehicle and others, please visit http://www.stlouiscarmuseum.com or call (800) 957-5707





209 MGB 77-80 Electric Cooling Fans
John walks us through the wiring set-up for the electrical in-take fans on the '77-'80 MGBs.





Overdrive Transmission - How to Test the Overdrive Solenoid
Overdrive not engaging? Most likely it is the Overdrive Solenoid that is acting up. Our Moss Motors Tech department runs you through the steps needed to test how it is functioning





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