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Hello. Just wondering if anyone can give me any advice. I have found these roofbars online and was just wondering if they would fit securely on to a Morris Minor, because they come with an option to increase clearance and the width can be adjusted too. http://www.direct4x4.co.uk/roof-bars-for-vehicl...
Hiya Looking on the internet, there appear to be two different types of Morris Traveller rear seat squabs. The first type is flat underneath, whilst the second has a shaped wooden baton with steel pins and a cut out for transmission tunnel. My guess is that the baton is required in order to provide ...
- Sat Sep 13, 2014 10:46 pm
- Forum: Other
- Topic: Surfboard on top of 2 door saloon - long journey ?
- Replies: 15
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It can be done! I would recommend a hard rack, with some pads to put on the bars as not to damage the boards. You need a back window that can open for most soft racks in my experiance. Mine went on a trip with boards all the way to the top of Scotland, a trip of about 500 miles, and is used most wee...
- Sat Sep 13, 2014 5:33 pm
- Forum: Restoration Projects
- Topic: Emily's new interior
- Replies: 16
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Thanks for all the help! My Step Dad and I have fitted my Ford Ka seats now. They are the from the sports version and I think they look pretty neat! :)[frame] http://mmoc.org.uk/mbimage.php?src=1410625890_19610 [/frame][frame] http://mmoc.org.uk/mbimage.php?src=1410625936_19610 [/frame][frame] http:...
Hi everyone! Thought I would introduce myself, I am James not been on this part of the site really before, thought it was a good time to try it out. Currently at Bangor Uni, with Mable my Moggy Minor, into my watersports as the pictures might divulge. Mable is from 1968, bought her off this website ...