Not everyone appreciates it but 90% do. We have Triumphs and Austin Healys
in the group also.
Last week I went on a rally with the Healy club and had a great time! Like I
said, it ain't about the cars - it's about the people.
FWIW, several people owned Roadsters in their youth also and one still does.
One member had a 67 until his wife threw it out while he was away on
business - as well as a Spitfire. When I saw him and his wife at a club
outing he showed her what the car could have looked like and rubbed it in a
bit. She was not all that happy about it. He also has some parts to give me
as soon as he can reach them in his crowded garage.
----- Original Message -----
From: "snyler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "datsunmike" <email@example.com>; "list"
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 1:24 PM
Subject: Re: Datsun Meets
> datsunmike wrote
> >I belong to an MG Club and the people are more like me - car crazy.
> Yout MG club sounds like a good bunch! Many clubs wouldn't have cars of
> other marques cruising with them on outings as part of the club.
> -Marc T.
> Marc Tyler
> Sisterdale TX
> 1970 1600 #SPL311-31016
> 1965 L-320 #L320 013642
> 1965 L-320 Parts car