give it some TLC until you get your own garage space....great little car :-)
do it dot, you know you want to
I'd love too, however there are several problems
a)I know nothing about mechanics...electronics yes, stuff with moving parts...no
b)I have no tools, except ones useful for fixing electronics.
c)I have nowhere to store it/no money to buy parts.
one day though......maybe.
well it doesnt look like its going anywhere...it will wait for you :-)
I know someone who would love to do that - but he's not seeing it - he's already got a mini on the go, then the camper van, then in the shadows there's a mini yak and some motorbikes! He'd probably drop everything for that MG!
Viv - what is a mine yak?
Joe - a Haynes manual will tell you everything you need to know. I cut my mechanical teeth on a Midget, and there aren't many better cars to do that on - no ECM, no electronics, just plain old British engineering.
Then again, I my Midget was probably the fastest and most permanent method of disposing of money I've ever seen. I sank thousands into it, and it ultimately just blew up on me. Your mum has an A-series engine though, which won't blow up like my shitty K-series did. Glorious cars to drive, and the chicks really dig convertible roadsters..
its a bit like a beach buggy
a mini kit car - made in Blackpool
Viv - do you mean a Mini Moke? As featured in The Prisoner..
Subtley differnet apparently Mat - Made later than the Moke.
niiice. a tvr-designed mini mod. looks fun.
yep that's the one Chris - we got it pre Helen and haven't had it on the road for 20 years!
But it was real fun when we did!
my mum has one! much fun to drive!