I don't usually post on forums, but this page has helped me a lot and would like to let everyone know my findings and works carried out so far.
I'm not very mechanically minded, but have found the MGTF a great car to work on, it really shows how cars have got so complicated recently...
So, I spent an evening doing little jobs on my TF.
Firstly, the shabby badges had to go, to be replaced by the black and silver gel badge inserts from capricorn1. I didnt use the floss method to get the old inserts out - a very thin kitchen knife made short work of it.
Then - and I know it...
So after stripping some mods of my rover 25 mk1, because I am preparing to sell it, I have some of my mods up for sale.
Lexus Lights which I fly eyed when i first got them because I didnt like the clear shiny look they had. Fly eye stuff can be removed with some liquid you can buy from fly eye...
Some of you may know about my efforts to tidy up my Rover 220SD with the shocking paint work.
Well, as much as it may sadden some diesel fans (and thanks to all those diesel guys who helped me out), its now been passed on.
I was browsing around thinking of buying another rover 200...
Please see my new 600si in my garage.
Just saved this from the crusher..( not sure why ). This will be a project car, with as many mods as I can afford. So all tips and advice welcome, upgrades, down-grades, anything at all.....
Here is the rear shot! Needs some different clusters.
Also got front and rear bibs/splitters planned, plus side skirts. Trying to design a new spoiler feature, contemplating moding a non-OE spoiler from anothe manufacturer, possible the Mitshubishi FTO spoiler!
Neons of course will be going on, blue