Project Gallery: Spridget (Sprite and Midget) Body Parts
Preform Resources' Fiberglass MG Midget Hood
MG Midget replacement fiberglass hood
The hood comes with steel reinforcements and nut plates for the hinges bonded in.
It weighes about 22 pounds.
Preform Resources' MG Midget Body Kit, including Air Dam
Rod Hahnemann's street car showcases one version of the Preform Resources MG Midget
body kit. This version suits later model, "rubber bumper era" (1500cc) MG Midgets.
A different air dam is supplied for "chrome bumper era" Midgets and Mk2 Sprites.
Preform Resources' proprietor Dave Craddock in the workshop.
This is the air dam for chrome bumper era MG Midgets and (non-bugeye) Sprites.
A flange on the bottom makes it easy to install an aerodynamic splitter.
Preform Resources' MG Midget Body Kits on SCCA Racecars
Car 4: Peter Morton at the 2004 SCCA championship runoffs. (Note: this photo and the
next two below show Preform Resources front and rear fenders and air dams. The version
of air dam shown is the earlier "classic style," not the newer style we recommend now.)
Car 11: Kendall Jones purchased and updated Peter's Midget. Here he is at Topeka.
Car 38: Dave Savage at the 2004 SCCA championship runoffs.
Car 88: Chester Nymcyzki in his beautifully prepped Bugeye Sprite.
(This car features Preform Resources' bodywork, both front and rear.)
Preform Resources' Bodies for Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprites (Unflared Fenders)
This is the stock style bonnet. You can see the radiator box in the grille opening.
Uncle Rod talking with Winners Circle spy, Rob Giorgi.
Here Uncle Rod is demolding our new MK-1 Sprite tools.
Preform Resources' Bodies for Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprites (Flared Fenders)
Alright, who's the wise guy?
This is our new Mk-I rear clip with wide fender flares. Stock version also available.
(Shown here with wide front.)