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When You Can't Do It Yourself

No matter how skilled you are or how well equipped your shop might be, there are times when you are going to need a specialist to complete work on your MG. One of the things which came out of our Tuning Seminar with John Twist was some suggestions for good resources for some of this work. Understand that these are not the only good places performing these specialties, but these are places where John Twist and others have found good specialty help. Many of you will have other good specialists to recommend, but those doing this kind of work are becoming fewer and harder to find as our cars grow older and some of the skills required are being lost as the generations pass.

During the course of the seminar, John Twist gave these recommendations for such services.

For Lucas distributors:
Advanced Distributors
(Mr. Jeff Schlemmer)
17495 Marystown Rd., Shakopee, MN 55379
Phone: 612-804-5543
Email: jeff@advanceddistributors.com


For instruments and gauges:
Nisonger Instruments
215 Hoyt Ave.
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Phone: 914-381-3600
Email: info@nisonger.com


For shock absorbers:
World Wide Auto Parts of Madison, Inc.
(Mr. Peter Caldwell)
2517 Seiferth Rd.
Madison, WI 53716
Phone: 800-362-1025

Club member Kevin Richards adds, he found a set of quality grade-eight nuts and bolts at www.ebay.com/itm/152518233588.

Kevin has also found a good machine shop in Culpeper: BC Automotive, 123 E. Evans St., Culpeper, VA 22701, Phone: 540-825-9405. Kevin is willing to help members shuttle parts from the Haymarket area where he works.

 


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