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Re: Hot Running MGs

Subject: Re: Hot Running MGs
From: Chip Old <>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 1996 23:25:23 -0500 (EST)
On Mon, 8 Jan 1996 wrote:

> For those of you who have trouble keeping your MGs (or other beasts)
> cool enough, I have come up with a solution.  Or rather a solution
> has found me....  This last round of snow with its high winds has
> created a nice drift in my backyard.  I know it is actually my 
> Midget as just the leading edge of the hood shows (black) through
> the white of the snow.  Needless to say, no problems with overheating
> on the drive in this morning, the midget stayed where it was :-( :-(
> Would love to get a picture of it scanned in and uploaded for our
> warmer climed members.  Texas would look pretty good about now....
Amen to that!  We now have about two feet of snow, with deep drifts
everywhere (especially on my driveway).  One of those drifts is actually
my TR4, but that's partly because my daughter threw snow all over it when
she shoveled out her Japanese coupe.  The wind finished the job.  Grrrr! 
Oh well, I'd rather drive the Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 in this weather 
anyway.  heresy, heresy...
Chip Old                      1948 M.G. TC  TC6710  NEMGTR #2271
Cub Hill, Maryland            1962 Triumph TR4  CT3154LO (daily driver)
If cars had evolved as fast as computers have, by now they'd cost a
quarter, run for a year on a half-gallon of gas, and explode once a day. 

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