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Remember ladies and gentlemen keep ‘em tuned, Rich Hello, it's Richard here again.I’m told that there has been a bit of chat about wire wheels lately.Oliver mentions the two common hub sizes: 42mm for most cars and 52mm mainly used for Jags and of course Rolls Royce used lots of other sizes.MWS makes their own spokes “the spokes are thicker (or butted) at the end which goes through the wheel centre to make the spokes stronger, but the spoke size is determined by the smaller diameter of the main part of the wire and not the butted end.Here is how to make a tool by using a 3/4" cut off section of a tube spanner and a piece of 3/4" by 3/16" steel bar 11.75" long.Please pass this on to your MGC register members or at least to the ones capable of using tools. -Tell your friends, family, colleagues, co-workers and neighbours to check out ORSM-DOT-NET otherwise my friend Ray will make your bum pregnant. Sit on my lap and talk about the first thing that pops up?

But in fact the weight distribution is very little changed compared to the MGB, although the car is 3½ cwt. Other factors which work against an increase in understeer include an increase in power and the fact that the front tyres are run at 4 psi above the rears.

I was settling into the old wingback browsing through the August 2017 edition of the MG Enthusiast and started reading a wonderful article called Wire Wheels.

You might be able to pick it up now from the news stands.

The engine was “described in detail in our October 21st issue, the new engine is a modified, lightened and seven-bearing version of the old Healey six:” “With 53% more power yet only 18% more weight the MGC can be expected to go much quicker than the B, and it does: top speed, for example, was 118.2 mph for our hard-top two seater, compared with the 106.5 mph attained by the similar version of the MGB which was tested in 1964.” Talking about the positive aspects in the article it article says “Certainly the new model amply satisfies one of the prime requirements of grand touring – the ability to cruise with complete effortlessness at high speeds.” “Also GT in character are some improvements to interior safety and comfort: rubber winders for the windows, neatly recessed door locks and some welcome additional fore-and-aft adjustment for the driver’s seat.” It does say that rake adjustments for the seats are “primitive and inadequate as ever, the heater has inferior controls and remains an extra, the glove compartment is crude.” “Despite these faults, general comfort is quite good and there are few cars that can outpace the MGC at anything near its £1,163 price tag” You’d have to fork out around £20,000 to buy one today.

"it pulls without hesitation, pinking or vibration making for pleasant driving around town – and the quiet hum of the exhaust is the predominant noise.” Yes, we all like that noise.

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