Not quite so 'classic' but today-in similar temperatures, I saw a Wolseley
Hornet and a Rover P4.
This was with salt and grit on the roads, with some lying snow and ice. The
latter was great fun on a thinly populated car park, where I took my B
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 1999 4:45 AM
Subject: Diehards Still Exist!
> While I realize among us MG drivers, several of you use your car as daily
> transport, which is admirable, but I thought you might appreciate this.
> This morning here in Connecticut, the temperature was about 35 degrees,
> cold rain was falling. Snug in my commuter car on the Merritt Parkway, I
> nearly ran my car off the road as a white Jaguar XK-120 roadster cruised
> in the opposite direction.
> Proof, my friends, in that in an era of trailer queens, truly brave men
> who, for whatever reason, MUST drive their XK-120, no matter the weather.
> '78 Midget