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Old 5th November 2019, 18:25   #1
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Default All the new shiney bits now fitted to the Typhoon ready for the NEC

Finally finished fitting all the new bits to the typhoon ready for the NEC at the end of this week.

- new custom made aluminium header tank
- new custom made stainless under bonnet mirror panels
- new stainless rad top hose bend
- stainless dip stick handle
- battery cut off switch. Saves me having to remove the strut brace to disconnect the battery at the NEC
- stainless power steering fluid reservoir cover
- new bonnet catches to replace the rusty old ones

And a few other bits and bobs.

Just need to clean everything now and then it's good to go.





















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Old 5th November 2019, 19:10   #2
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Very nice!!

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I am looking toward to seeing it on the Saturday. My first time to the show

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Its the shiny show looks great Rick.
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Looking good Rick, unfortunately we won’t get to see it at the NEC as we have had to cancel due to our poorly doggie needing to go back to the vets on Saturday.

Have a great show, and take plenty of pics.
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Old 5th November 2019, 20:51   #6
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Looks fantastic Rick alot of time and thought gone into your engine bay have a good time at the show 👍

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Old 5th November 2019, 21:00   #7
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someone's car gets a lot of TLC.

Does the brace across the engine make much difference?
Where did you get the wheel bolts from?

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Looks brilliant Rick, Deanne has done a wonderful job getting it all shiney.
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Your car looks wonderful, should be best in show, hopefully
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I just say OMG is fantastic looking MG.
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cruse control fitted
Electric sun blind fitted
DD fitted
Cooling radiator new fan fitted
new KMH fitted
12V Socketfits boot fitted
FBH fitted
driver cup-holder fitted
Now new Insert-Fascia real Walnut wood fitted
Steering wheel-walnut wood fitted
Heated wind screen jets
Wishbone Polyuretan bushes fitted
IsoFix for child seat fitted
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New rear springs
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