I agree!! I sold my 71B when my wife and I got married in 1980. We were
both in the Army and on our way to West Berlin. I should have taken the car
with me, but what did I know I was in love (still am) and was concerned that
maintenance would eat up too much money! Oh well.
Seriously, if there is a way to keep the MG do so...
Ross Overcash,74B,NAMGBR 1172
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Skye Poier
> Sent: Sunday, August 08, 1999 8:42 PM
> To: Mason
> Cc: MG Nuts
> Subject: Re: For Sale (*regretfully*)
> Word on the street is that Mason said:
> > It is with great regret that I go to college. I was going over
> my finances
> > with my mother today, and it seems that I am about $900 short
> in my budget
> > for preparing to go into the real world. I suppose things such
> as clothes,
> > shoes, phone, computer, are more important than a car. Still
> > upsetting, only having known my MG for approximately 4 months. I really
> > love my MG and at the first opportunity I plan on getting another one.
> If I were you, I would keep the MG and not buy the computer. There are
> plenty of computer labs at most schools and its a lot easier to get work
> done when you aren't on a personal system loaded with games ;)
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