Thought it might be useful to show the linked pages on this site in one spot. I'm thinking of someone who has visited here and found something interesting that they want to find again at a later date. Rather than searching through all the pages to find the link to a sub-page, they're listed here.
- The list of Midget BBS's that I know about. You can live in an area where there are no Midgets and no Midget-knowledgeable people, and still have all the help you could want because of the helpful people and collective experience on these BBS's. Be sure to search the archives.
- Picture of my Midget books.
- Picture of the Previous Owner.
- Picture of my 1972 Mercedes 250.
- Link to the Previous Owner's website.
- A page devoted to Getting Started Welding.
- MG Color Codes with Photos from Paul Tegler's site.
- Library of color chips including many '60's British colors.
- Link to EchoEcho.com where I learned about HTML to build this site.
- This is where I got HTML-Kit, the HTML editor I used after CoffeCup was no longer free.
- RAD Machine, the shop in Ludlow, MA that did the engine machine work.
- Cam Techniques, in Sarasota, FL, that did the cam regrind.
- Sherwin-Williams' automotive paint site.
- Moss Motors. The free catalog really is a reference book. And it can tell you in an instant how much time you should spend trying to restore a part. The "no longer available" parts deserve a lot of time; the parts that cost $3.95 not much.
- Victoria British. An even better catalog with better indexing and better illustrations, but the sales staff is not as knowledgeable as the people at Moss.
- Motorhead, Ltd. "When it's broken and British." Half catalog, half commentary and mechanic's guide. They have some things the others don't list, great customer service people, and the catalog is great reading.
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