Check out the Swap Meet board..For Sale, Wanted, Free, Etc. http://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?board=47.0
Ok, I still have this baby that I NEED to get sorted-out. I've been in a British car club for years and I have contacts in the trade. I would, however, like to know if any of you are familiar with any shops specializing in these cars.I am going to have the brake system restored and maybe sleeves put in the calipers. I need to remove and refurbish the fuel tank, rebuild the carbs and maybe a few other things. I can do it myself and I'd like to learn more about these amazing cars. But, I have a shop full of bikes in various stages of restoration so I am thinking of farming the car out to someone else. Id like someone who regularly works on XKEs but their number is dwindling.Any of you know anyone in the Southeast who regularly works on these?
Friend of mine has this sitting in his hanger.....see link...
Hmmm. A Jag and an Ercoupe.Your friend has eclectic tastes in transportation, Mike.
That's what I thought, I had a '46 now I have a 'Guzzi & a bastard Husky, damn just realized I fit the weirdo stereotype!
Please post a pic of it hood down and all purty. That is a great looker!
... it is so beautiful, and I know how my Rover went when it was right ... I guess these cars are instant karma propositions and you need to be a saint to own one. A very rich saint. Preferable a Bishop or a Pope actually. Or bonnie Prince Charles.
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