MGA Update: Need Any MGA Parts?

1600 Grill

Yesterday we spent a few hours organizing all the spare parts that came with our MGA. Turns out there are a lot of roadster bits that we don’t have any use for. There’s a pair of door, a set of rims, and even a windscreen. We took photos of everything and will probably stick some of it on eBay and craigslist, but if there is anything you need for your own project please email us and we will try to come up with a price. It would be nice to help out a few of our readers with their projects while still making a few bucks to fund our own. Keep reading for more photos.

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  1. jim s

    the grill and weber kit would also be good for wall art. good thing these are not midget/sprite parts.

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    • Bob Ligmanowski

      Private message on rockers and windshield 🙂

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  2. TMurphy

    Looking for MGA jack and tools kits.. need 2 sets..

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    • Bob Ligmanowski

      Me too 🙂 ( just one set )

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    • Jesse Jesse Staff

      Haven’t found any extras yet.

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  3. Van

    Could use the wiring harness and maybe gauges on the D-type, if you have other parts.

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  4. Bill

    Will the rims fit a 79 mgb?

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    • Jesse Jesse Staff

      They should. Might be a little narrow though?

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    • Jesse Jesse Staff

      I did a little more research and those appear to be TR3 rims. Same bolt pattern, but the style holes are spaced a little differently.

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      • Britcarguy

        Agree. TR wheels have 3 groups of 4 holes and MGA holes are equally spaced.

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    • Dave o

      Where you? And would they fit my TR6; 1971

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      • Jesse Jesse Staff

        The parts are in Boise, Idaho. Not sure if they would fit a TR6, but we could probably find out.

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      • Jamie Jamie Staff

        They will fit a TR6 but be very narrow compared to stock

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  5. Jesse Jesse Staff

    We are going to start listing the parts on eBay too, so be sure to follow my account if you need anything MGA: http://www.ebay.com/usr/speedbarn

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    • Bob Ligmanowski

      I need rockers and windshield

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  6. MGAman

    The grill is for a 1962 Mga. That’s the only year they recessed the grill.

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  7. Doug Towsley

    Pm’ed on the Weber

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  8. Mike

    Grill looks good, could use that on my MKII project! Let me know what you are thinking there…

    Mike

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  9. Doug M. (West Coast)

    Yes, the grille is pretty scarce, as it is for the Mk II, as indicated by the recessed setting.

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  10. MikeH

    You’re making a mistake. Never sell parts until AFTER the restoration is finished. What looks good now, may turn out to be junk when you go back together.

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    • Jesse Jesse Staff

      Good point Mike! We are mainly trying to sell the roadster specific stuff right now since none of it would fit the coupe anyway.

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  11. Chas

    Price on the grill, please?

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  12. Jesse Jesse Staff

    I’ve replied to everyone who emailed me and those interested in the grill. Thanks!

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