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I am so glad I found your blog. I'm getting ready to build a 1/16 scale MG TC model and you've given me a wealth of photos. I may not add every nut and bolt but I'm planning on adding a lot.
Good job on the TC mate. I have just finished a MGB and now starting on my late fathers TC which I bought from my older brother which was advertised in the local rag. (unbeknowns). I was reading the classified adds and a TC was for sale. I went to the address early in the morning and my brother said I am waiting for a bloke interested in the TC. The rest is history. Family? Your memoirs are inspirational, so just start ah ? strip it out and go for it is that the best plan of attack? TC8026 XPAG 8737
From coastal NSW Australia
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Sorry to hear of your health problems on a good not none have cauced your demise yet so as my mother use to say "when you get to the end of your rope - tie a knot and hang on" I enjoy following your TC build - you are a talented rebuilder and work very determined and fast. Hang in there and carry on. James Lee Montana USA
Looks like a bloody good car to start with - complete, and from what I can see, rust will not be a problem.
Nice garage too, but PLEASE do something about that lighting wiring.
I'm 83 and just starting restoration of PA 0921.
On vous souhait la bonne chance. Souhaitez-moi la même.