Ira is trying to make the best of a difficult situation, but I agree with
Randy, "call it what you want and enjoy it" is not the answer. Somewhere
down the line the car will be purchased for what someone thinks it is and
the provenance will have been lost over the years. This is why Rich
Chrysler, Steve Byers and others, work hard to keep accurate records.
Rich even keeps records of individual, numbered body parts. Without these
efforts things would be, at the least, murky and at the worst in chaos.
And, as Steve has told us, many time original parts and cars have been
reunited. If you have any spare, numbered body parts lying about, please
let Rich or Steve know. When they are lost, so is history and the car.
> Keith, would you feel the same if you bought it and found out later
> it was
> something other than what you thought you were buying?
> Randy Hicks
> '56 100 M
> '55 BN1 Dealer Le Mans
> '62 BN7 MkII
> '65 BJ8
> '53 MGTD
> On Jan 31, 2010, at 9:15 AM, Keith Turk wrote:
> > Well so long as the Engine number doesn't match a currently
> vehicle I'd say it's fine.... problem is so many nasty boys were
> built out of
> these cars...
> > Bottom line... it is what it is... as long as it's "Not" a Stolen
> ... call it what you want and enjoy it... Life is Good...
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