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Hi all, been lurking in the shadows for a couple of month but thought i'd best get round to an introduction lol

the names keith and am the proud owner of a zs180, tbh only originally bought it as a runabout as I own a landrover and some mini's as well but kind of fell in love with the car the more I drove it.
the car isn't in bad shape but it did have severe inlet issues, tried all the fixes but ended up having to shell out for a new manifold, also looking to have the timing belts done in the very near future.

when I got her



Set of new wheels later



 

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R.I.P [The Red Zed] MG ZS 180
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Hi and welcome to XPF :):MG:
 

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Wrote off but not Dead YET !!!
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hello welcome to the forum, keep an eye out for my ZS as my missus pops over to nuneaton sometimes :)
 

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Can I suggest you look at www.lates600.com for servicing and belts etc as they are based not far from you?
Well reccomended by folk on here and .org (including me when I had my old ZS)
 

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Hi and welcome.

Nice wheels ad it's good to see another ZS with a towbar.

James
 

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A hammer fixes all
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Hi and welcome.

Nice wheels ad it's good to see another ZS with a towbar.

James
thanks, and the towbar is a necessity for me with the bonus of being a bargain find. £10 at a carboot sale, still boxed in its mg rover packaging complete with the bag for carrying the towball and the full mg rover instructions for fitting. i couldn't believe my luck :)
I find the mg a very good tow car, plenty of power where its needed
 
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