[Mgs] MG1100 questions

David Ambrose stargazer1 at cox.net
Mon Jul 10 22:59:43 MDT 2017

Does it have hydrolastic suspension? If it does, check carefully into 
parts availability, and whether you want to jump through all the hoops 
needed to charge the suspension. Conversion kits are available. That 
said, the hydrolastic suspension in my friend's Austin America was a 
real treat to drive.

On 7/10/2017 6:19 PM, D Councill via Mgs wrote:
> I am considering purchasing a 1964 MG 1100 to add to my MG fleet. It 
> is a non-running project car and from what I can tell, the value of a 
> restored or running MG 1100 is not very high (compared to a MGB for 
> example). So I am looking for guidance or opinions from those of you 
> familiar with or own one or more. Are there any issues with parts 
> availability for some items? Are there items I should look at on this 
> car that should be a reason not to buy the car? As with other project 
> cars, I would have to replace rubber, tires, upholstery, and probably 
> do an engine overhaul in the process so I am just seeing if it is 
> worth the effort, not knowing that much about the 1100s. The car 
> currently is overpriced but the owner is getting desperate, having 
> tried to sell it for the past year and thus I may now be interested if 
> price and conditions are right. Or maybe not.
> David Councill
> 1964 MGB
> 1967 MGBGT
> 1972 MGB
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