We're all getting old aren't we? Would have thought that our
biggest car dreams (ok, ones that have a chance of coming true,
I'll never get a DB4) are about Station Wagons. That ZT-T in
St. Paul (the fairgrounds are in St. Paul, that's important
to some Minnesotans ;-) is the perfect car for my family.
As it is, I'm hoping my old 626 makes it long enough to be able
to get a Mazda 6 wagon.
Wagon, roadster, they're practically the same right? :-)
'77B whose rubber bumpers aren't so bad, though RV8 bumpers
would be better.
On Wed, Oct 23, 2002 at 04:00:37PM -0700, Dodd, Kelvin wrote:
> I am suitably chastened.
> I'd hoped the obvious attack of MGFs by an alleged MGB owner would
> have been evidence of satire, but I guess I was too subtle for the
> electronic medium.
> Please attach suitable emoticons for tongue in cheek to my last
> post. The generalizations may be offensive to some, and hit too close to
> home for others.
> Personally I'm lusting after the Electric Blue MG Z Wagon I saw out
> in Mineapolis last year. I also would really like to have an MG TC.
> > Never would I have expected such a broad generalization from
> > you! Not a
> > smiley emoticon in sight, either....
> > Such statements foster the very thing that you are describing
> > and I, for
> > one, politely request a retraction - or at least one of the
> > aforementioned
> > emoticons.
> > Lawrie Alexander
> > Past owner of most of the post-war MG models.
> > Current owner of a very pre-war PA, a BGT, and a B roadster,
> > still lamenting
> > the sale of my MGA..
> > And someone who enjoys and appreciates all MGs (and wishes he
> > could buy one
> > of the new MG estate cars)
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