Jerry Vitarelli sent me this picture of his TC that we restored. He asked that I put it in our Completed Projects section… Well I think this picture deserves more than that!
In the coming days I’ll put together a photo gallery of the restoration. Stay tuned!
Have you registered for the 2012 Summer Party? If you want to make sure your form got to us, or if you just want to see who’s coming, check our Registered Participants Page. If you still haven’t registered, what are you waiting for? Fill out the form and either mail it, fax it, or e-mail it to Mike.
Looking to see where the pro’s go? Check out our resources page!
We now have a classified ad section! Check it out!! It is going to be free to post for ten days to get the ball rolling. From then on it will be $10 for a 30 day ad. Happy selling!
Go to our Summer Party Page to view and download the registration form!
Can you say gas tank sediment? This is what we removed from a car this morning.
There is already the MG Experience forum, and there is no way we’re going to ever compete with that! But we could put together a small forum here. Let us know what you think here.
The question and answer section is up and running! Take it for a test drive!
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As you know, John has been offering a daily one hour time slot from 1 to 2 pm EST to answer any and all of your technical questions. Due to our HUGE and growing workload at the shop, we have to change the Technical Hour schedule from daily to a twice a week occurrence. Starting April 17th, the Technical Hour will only be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 2 pm EST. Also, there will be no Technical Hours for the rest of this week – April 11th-13th – as John is not in the shop. You can always e-mail John, and if he has the time he will get back to you – but please don’t use the email for questions requiring an immediate answer as he spends most of his time on the shop floor and not in his office. We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you in advance for your understanding!