Michael F.

  • great tip; must look into this option then – thanks

  • Great Bob; glad to be of some help.  Once you’ve completed your dash board hole project, please post a photo of it here.  Insofar as an alternative stereo location is concerned, I located mine in the driver’s seat box.  It works great there; you just need to acclimate yourself to ‘blind dialing and tuning’, etc., otherwise it’s worked out well…Mike

  • Bob,

    Try this Moss Motors hyperlink – https://mossmotors.com/radio-blanking-plate-set?gclid=Cj0KCQjw5NnbBRDaARIsAJP-YR8yZc5LGt1Ck4F-GZ-RUrmv9cwYO-FoBlGLCXvDUNEAx9SwPYgv9qQaAuxsEALw_wcB

    This MG radio dash board cover plate assembly, to me, looks almost identical to the one in the home page photo.

    I’ll also keep an eye on future comments here,…[Read more]

  • mfederici posted an update 11 months ago

    Greetings replica club members. I just joined today. My father and I constructed the FiberFab MiGi in 1978-79 on a ’67 VW chassis; now 40 years later, undertaking a restoration (i.e., chrome, top, rims, tires, muffler, brake lines, etc.). Looking forward to everyone’s discussions and learning a few things in the process!

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