>Geez Phil I looked all over for a Maroon Midget but couldnt find it.
>Hope you didnt have problems on your way to the show. :(
>BRITFEST was a fantastic show this year as usual - except for the
>crowding! The weather was perfect - sunny and not too chilly.
>The day started off here in western NJ where myself and 12 other members
>of the Keystone MG Club met for breakfast and I led the entourage of 11
>MGs and two trucks to Moss Motors in North central NJ. Only one member
>of the entourage took home a prize - Congratulations to Ed Hass and his
>74 Black MGBGT.
>Lots of vendors this year with a variety of used parts for sale. Found
>the 1000 Speedo I need to complete my OD installation for $15.00!
>Moss of course was offering their 15% off special to all attendees. So
>took advantage of that but didnt go overboard...only spending $54.
>Didnt see - or didnt recognize too many of the list members except for
>Overall was a perfect Saturday.
I made it to the event, Rick, but didn't show the car. Arrived about
10:00-10:30. Should have showed as I was parked so far away, no one could
find me if they tried. :) Now I see that showing is not just about
winning the prizes. If you show, folks can meet easier and talk about
whatever stage of repair/restoration their cars are in.
What is the etiquette of cross-posting. I have a longish write up of my
experiences at Britfest and the first trip in my new Midget that I posted
to the Spridgets list. OTOH, it certainly is on-topic for MGs in general.