Sources #1 ---second page

CONTINUED-Rubber Items; Interior and Exterior Trim Components; Fasteners and Tools, Luggage, Tyres, Seltbelts, Electrical Supplies etc.

Auto Electric Supplies - -England - excellent selection- battery related items, dynamos, regulators, brushes, ignition acessories, Lucas parts, etc.

AutoSparks - -England - Terry states one of the best in England - can custom makes or produce wiring harness for any British car; sell proper bullet connectors and parts; orders handled quickly.

Quickfit Seat Belts - -England - Supplier of custom fit and design of proper seat belts with vintage buckles for any British car.

Taris Charysyn & Co. - -United States - Supplier of custom designed, made and fitted beautiful touring luggage.

Longstone Tyres - -England and France - (the French web site is it is the same company and two of our members have dealt with the supplier, one using UK and the other using France. As Terry stated "source of many varieties and types of tyres for many British cars."

Kip Motor Company - -United States -Sell parts for British cars online, makes door handles, hinges, and provides other services; and has some catalogues some of which are available on the main Technical page

Ron Francis Wiring -United States - According to Terry excellent source for low pressure brake light switch especially if you are using DOTS 5 brake fluid

SPECIALITY SERVICES - Engine I.D. plates, Distributors, Dampers, Gauges, Keys, etc.

Tri-Starr Radiator -United States - reasonable, stock, repair and rebuild hard to find, discontinual, obsolete fuel sending units.

Holly Anodizing -Canada - excellent provide a service of anodizing aluminium components useful to those who own British cars, such as Austin Heaey with aluminium components which were anodized.

Advanced Distribtors -United States - excellent dervice and repair of all Lucas distributors for British cars as well as Bosch and Delco distributors.

Geoff Chrysler, Rightway Heritage Trim -Canada - excellent quality of interior material for seats, carpeting and panels made and installed if needed by Geoff Chrysler.

Oliver Bienz Automotive Instrument repair -Canada According to Terry "Oliver knows British car gauges, recalibrates, cleans instruments and sending units, reasonable pricing and uses Canada Post, lives in White Rock and can be reached at 1-604-535-6221"

World Wide Auto Parts -United States - the best place to have your lever shocks dampers repair for Healeys, MGA, MGB, MGTC and Morgans.

Ztherapy Induction Services -United States- Repair SU carbs, noted for insert small roller bearing into the body of the carb where the throttle shaft runs reducing wear asnd air leaks. According to Terry he has had five years of great driving thanks to Ztherapy

Clarke Spares and Restorations - -United States - excellent, reasonable 90 W Swamp Road, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901 or 1-215-348-0595 engine identification plates made to order, wire hose clamps, etc.

Nisonger Instruments -United States - excellent, reasonable, excellent instrument and gauge repair, especially speedometers.

Mo Ma Manufacturing -United States Mo Ma Manufacturing -United States- - excellent, reasonable. Margaret Lucas (Mo Ma) can be reached at 1321 Second Street NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102 or 505-766-6661 or ( new circuit boards for BJ8 tachometers and gauge repair. Mo Ma is quick and helpful.

Bernard Bryant - -England- excellent at repairing trafficator semaphore signals, and a good source of hard to find switches and electrical parts

Peter Groh (British Car Keys) -United States - excellent, reasonable.

Comments regarding Body Work and Painting -Jean Caron

Paint and bodywork is to me what others see the most from your car and there is nothing worse than a well restored car, beautiful interior, nice new wiring harness, beautiful suspension parts all well done but waves on the body due to poor sanding and prep work. I use Cahill, St Pierre-Jolys, Manitoba, and have done so for over 40 years, and would not use anyone else.We have a good rapport, there is no doubt someone else can do as good a paint job as Maurice Cahill but his bodywork is absolutely faultless. The welding of patches and panel fitting can be done by the owner up to a point but the final stuff, in my opinion is worth spending a little more and have a reputable shop doing it. These days one can expect to spend around $13,000 to $19,000 for a paint job which includes some bodywork and the painting inside of all the panels, and the outside of the car. One should decide early on what they want, a single stage paint or a base and clear coat, then polish.

A small example, when someone works on their own parts, often you see someone using tape from Home Depot, it is okay for house paint and rollers but for bodywork you MUST use masking tape used by a bodyshop, it is a very small detail but when doing deatiled work it will show. Hope this helps a little.