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Re: [Mgs] Successor of MGTF?

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Subject: Re: [Mgs] Successor of MGTF?
From: Murray Arundell <>
Date: Mon, 7 May 2012 08:40:04 +1000
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...and suing the US UK or any other government would be any easier? Oh please,
can you guys put aside these petty prejudices for a second and simply judge
something on its merits? This China bashing is becoming tedious. Spend less
time bemoaning their success, and more time thinking about what they are doing
right and we are doing wrong...

Murray Arundell

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On 06/05/2012, at 8:09 PM, "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.
> PaulH.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> And if something goes horribly wrong, who do you get to sue? The Chinese
government? Good luck.
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