Restoration

This section is for information about restoring the bodywork, mechanical parts and external/interior fittings.

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#1 Ola Malm 2016-02-29 19:00
Hi
I'm restorating my MG ZA Magnette 1955, I just fixed the Clutch Slave Cylinder, but tell me, in my world there is normally a spring releasing the clutch bearing and pressing the slave cylinder back again. But what have I missed, What makes the slave cylinder to go back?
#2 Mr Ian Williams 2017-09-19 22:55
I noticed a worrying message on the chrome on brass reversing lights feature that may need deleting when you get the opportunity..
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#4 Robert Ades 2018-05-17 04:48
Hi,
I have a steel wheel to restore for my ZA, which needs to be re-rolled and sandblasted back to clean metal. Were there any original paint codes for the OEM wheels? Mine are a silver/grey colour, I think original. Any hints on finding or matching the correct shade would be appreciated.
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