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Royce Burnett

Member ID: jckent
Status: Silver Member Silver Member
Miami, MB, Canada   CAN
Member Since: 2010-02-19
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-06-16 10:26
Forum Posts: 0

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1962 MG MGB MkI Red Royce Burnett

1962 MG MGB MkI
GHN3L1862

1966 MG MGB MkI Blue Royce Burnett

1966 MG MGB MkI
GHN3L86412

1974 MG MGB SPI Red Royce Burnett

1974 MG MGB
GHN5UE365542


2003 BMW Z4 2.5si
DUNNO2



4 Vehicles — Total mileage: 65,100 mi (104,768 km) — Average age: 1976

Member Journal – Royce Burnett's Journal

There are 38 total entries in this Journal.

Update

Posted on: Sunday February 28, 2016

Waiting for Spring

I really fell behind updating this journal. Last entry was about finding seats, which I ended up recovering in leather last winter. After that, I was pretty well ready to go with the car and it is now resting in my shop, all sorted out and good to go. I've only put about 100 miles on the car since finishing it but that will change in short order. I've acquired a couple more projects, one a 66, as well as a very early 1962 MGB, which I am really excited about. A friend in town had both of the...

Seats - Found Some At Last!

Posted on: Tuesday March 4, 2014

seats as obtained

I happened across a local Kijiji ad last week for some seats from a 67 MGBGT that a fellow had, of course I followed this up immediately since I do not have proper MGB seats. It ended up that Mark from Speedworld was the seller, and for those of you that don't know, Mark had published an extensive blog on putting a Jag V-12 in his GT for a race car. I think one can find it by looking thru the Engine swaps forum. Fascinating read, and a great guy to boot as it turns out. The seats are in prett...

Rotisserie Details

Posted on: Sunday February 23, 2014

front mount

Douglas had requested some pictures of the homebuilt rotisserie, so here we go. The first picture shows the attachment for the front of the car, you can see the 2 plates that bolt to a RB bumper attachment. The arm rotates on a 2.5 OD pipe welded thru a 1/2" plate, I could have welded more of the pieces together but ya never know what vehicle its going to be bolted to in the future so thought I would leave some room for flexibility. We had to turn the 2.5 OD pipe down a bit to fit thru the ou...

Catching Up On Things

Posted on: Thursday February 20, 2014

rear suspension etc

been a long time since I've bothered to make a post in the journal, so I've a fair amount of catching up to do. New fuel tank in. New plumbing and wiring under the car, went with a #2 positive cable to starter, some difficulties encountered getting all this stuff to run in the channel. Easily the worst job I've had on this car and not that enthralled with the finished job, however its there and it will work. New handbrake cable installed. New main wiring harness installed. Master and clut...


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