As an avid 'get your hands greasy' kinda' guy here....
I'm not sure which category the list would put me in.
(answer/question) I've gone through 2 BGT's, 2 Midgets,
Four Spits and a GT6... I have to let the 'question' group know
that 95% of the tools I own/used on those cars fit in one tool box
that's small enough to carry in one hand , and I have no garage.
I work out in the parking space in front on my townhouse.
As Larry mentioned... compare the complexities and costs
the MG 'technically' is less reliable (less parts/components)
but this also means it's got LESS stuff to go wrong!
Come on...what other car these days can survive on only 4
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Hoy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 7:48 PM
Subject: RE: Are MGB reliable daily drivers?
> Hmm, there are very few answer guys, or question guys, that could repair
> a new Jaguar, or a new MG for that matter. So why wouldn't the simple
> technology of an old MG make a good reliable daily driver? Probably
> because the owner doesn't maintain the car like they should. That
> doesn't mean you have to do the work yourself. But the maintance must
> be done.
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