Member Page: Philip Ross

PBRoss Philip Ross

Philip Ross

Member ID: PBRoss
Status: Free Member
St Pete Fla, USA   USA
Member Since: 2005-08-23
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-04-22 15:11
Forum Activity: 2018-03-05 16:44
Forum Posts: 8

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1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster Red Philip Ross

1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster
"Lady Margaret"
1975 MG MGB Green Philip Ross

1975 MG MGB

2 Vehicles — Total mileage: 139,100 mi (223,860 km) — Average age: 1961
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Member Journal – Philip Ross's Journal

There are 8 total entries in this Journal.

New Top

Posted on: Friday August 31, 2007

New top

I have been wanting a new top for some time and i Hve done my research. It was a Prestige Mohair, and this is a nice top, fits great and look ever better.

Way Too Long Off The Road

Posted on: Sunday October 1, 2006

It was time for some work on the suspension, The rear had the driver side squat and the bushing were shot. I collected all the parts and started on the rear with new spring and busheing. WHILE I had it apart "Might As Well" scrape and undercoat. That is a VERY messy job, But very satisfying. With the rear done and a 1.5" inch lowering kit, she now sat level. It was now time for the front. The "Might As Well" ended up with the cross member off & repainted and new springs (1.5" lower), bushings an...

Road Trip

Posted on: Wednesday March 1, 2006

at St Augustine

I was still having some problems with hesitation and the timing was being erratic. I decided that it was beyond my skill and I took her to the local MG garage (Glenn’s MG Repair in St Petersburg, Fl). He was able to diagnose and fix the problems. The hesitation was a bad accelerator pump and a lot of sediment & varnish in the carburetor. The timing problems were from very weak springs in the mechanical advance and a worn out distributor. With a freshly rebuilt carburetor and distributor s...

Odds & Ends And New Interior

Posted on: Wednesday February 15, 2006

old interior

Now that she was in good running order, I wanted all the gauges to work and something was wrong with the fuel gauge. I pulled the sending unit and checked the float, “No bubbles” so I checked the wiring, it was good. It must be the sending unit, it checked out. That was when I noticed the float was heavy, it was full of gas. So after spending several hours checking things, I found my first idea about the problem was right, but was fooled into thinking it was something else. Anyway a ...

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