When we arrived to work Monday morning there was an MGB in the parking lot that we had seen before… “Gee,” John says, “That looks like the guys from Germany’s car…” It was. It turns out that it arrived on a tow truck. It also turns out that MGB’s are happier when there is oil in the sump! Yeah, they ran it dry. John says, “We’ll pull the motor, send the guys (owners) to Engel Imports to pick up the parts, we’ll rebuild the engine, and we’ll have them on the road today!” Three days later, a cracked cylinder head later, a plugged radiator later, an annoying leaking heater valve later, they’re off to tour the USA! You can track their progress on their Facebook Page.
We just got a note from Harry Buberniak who is enjoying his car after having a small bit of engine work done here at UML.
Hello guys, I just wanted to let you know that all is well so far, and the car is running better than I had imagined it would. Thanks again for all your help! Make it a great day! Harry Buberniak
The snow is gone, and LBC’s are awaking from their winter’s hibernation. Our shop is FULL at the moment, and we are working off a waiting list once again. If you have projects in mind for your MG, be sure to give Mike a call so he can get you on our list. Happy Spring!
Be sure to visit the shop this Saturday, January 24 to celebrate our birthday! Food and drink provided, noon to 4 pm!
The dates are set for our 2015 Technical Seminars!
Feb 11-12 (Wed-Thurs) XPAG Engine Rebuild w/John Twist
Feb 13-14-15 (Fri-Sat-Sun) MG Technical Seminar w/John Twist & The UML Staff
Feb 20-21-22 (Fri-Sat-Sun) Tuning For Speed w/John Twist & Carl Heideman
Feb 23-24 (Mon-Tue) Carburetor Rebuild w/John Twist & The UML Staff
CLICK HERE to download / print / mail a form. (With Schedule)