I did a little research. Apparently the version of the TF was
assembled from CKDs in the UK at Longbridge. At least some British
factory workers had some income from the deal. Too bad it didn't sell well.
On 5/6/2012 5:09 AM, PaulHunt73 wrote:
> Well, if you bought it off the Chinese Government, then yes. But
> otherwise, the importer or dealer that you bought it off, same as any
> other car made anywhere else.
> As for the rest, this is so much like when MG/Rover produced the
> ZR/ZS/ZT, Austin/Rover the MG variants of the Metro/Maestro/Montego,
> MG the MGB, and so on back through history. One thing that never
> changes is the refrain "It's not a proper MG ...". Aside from the
> appearance let's wait and see what it is like before totally
> condemning it.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> And if something goes horribly wrong, who do you get to sue? The
>> Chinese government? Good luck.
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