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RE: Mary & Mungo

To: "'MGs'" <>
Subject: RE: Mary & Mungo
From: "Lew Palmer" <>
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 95 03:22:19 UT
Mike - 

They do out here in fly-over land. Mine are Judder (J2), Charlie (TD), and 
McGoo (MGA). I often thought that after "Charlie", I'd need two more called 
Up, and Di. Then I'd have "Up", "Chuck", and "Di". <g>

Lew Palmer

From:   mgs-owner[]
Sent:   Wednesday, December 06, 1995 4:52 PM
To:     A.D.Smith; mgs
Subject:        Re: Mary & Mungo

On Wed, 6 Dec 1995, "A.D.Smith" <> wrote:
>>>>From Wed Dec  6 15:16 GMT 1995
>>>>There used to be a thing called (in the US) a continental kit.  
>Andy Castellano Smith.          | email:
>Image Processing Group.         |
>Cunliffe Labs, New Guy's House. | tel. : 0171 955 4208
>Guy's Hospital, London SE1 9RT. | fax. : 0171 955 4913
>       1977 Chrome Bumper Midget "Mungo" for short.
>DPO of 1975 Rubber Bumper Midget "Mary"  for short.

Andy: I note that your cars have names. I purchase from UK several years ago
YB sedan. It came with a name "Plum". Friends that  have bought cars in the
also found that the cars had names. Although not unheard of, it is not my 
experience for us Yanks to name our cars , at least not in my area. Maybe
is a new thread, but I am curious if this is a regional thing. When I mean 
names, I mean real names like yours, not the names that are slang or worse,
things we call our cars when they are driving us nuts.

Mike Leckstein ,New Jersey USA 

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