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Re: Which Classic for a Daily Driver?

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Subject: Re: Which Classic for a Daily Driver?
From: Max Heim <>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2001 08:32:41 -0700
25K should swing a decent Jag sedan, I would think (not one of the new ones,
obviously, but a classic). Or the best MG Magnette on the planet...

on 5/30/01 9:39 AM, Dan DiBiase at wrote:

> The thread about 'MG's costly to fix?' fits into an interesting discussion
> I am having with myself (not out loud!). My current car, a 1995 VW Jetta
> GLS, is eligible for replacement in January (van paid off). So, I have
> started to look around (well, I started the day we bought the van...) for
> it's replacement. I'm currently seriously considering a new Passat but my
> wife recently suggested that, since I mainly work out of the house now,
> perhaps I should consider some sort of classic vehicle. So, I've been
> thinking a little bit about this. I was thinking, boy for the $25,000
> price of the Passat, I could get an MGC-GT in REALLY good shape and have a
> ton of money left over to invest for future repairs.....! I know many of
> you have/had classic daily drivers (MG's and others) and would be
> interested in your thoughts. In reality, I would probably need a sedan,
> since I have 3 kids that I must occasionally carry around in my car.
> Please let me know your thoughts, either on or off the list. Thanks in
> advance........ 
> =====
> Dan DiBiase
> Dayton, NJ
> '76 MGB Tourer (Driver)
> '65 MGB Tourer (Project)
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