OK... I'll admit that I've got my neck out a mile here, but seems to
me that I've read several parts books that identify what I normally
call the roadster as a "tourer". The "coupe" on the other hand is
identified as a "Grand Tourer".
OK... Now jump all over me and give me grief for entering this thread.
I admit that my memory is real iffy on this one.
> From: Michael.Lytton@mailgate.dynmx.com
> Date sent: Mon, 29 Apr 96 14:43:57 pst
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: MG Tour
> Send reply to: Michael.Lytton@mailgate.dynmx.com
> I recently received an e-mail question in response to my MG web page
> that I can't answer, so I thought I would ask the list.
> First of all, I should say sheepishly that my knowledge of MG's is
> quite shallow beyond the MGB (and it's not so good there either). The
> question is this: has anybody heard of an MG Tour?
> This sounds to me like a generic term that could apply to any number
> of MG's, but the author of the original e-mail merely states that he
> has a friend who has an "MG Tour", and he is interested in purchasing
> Thanks for your time and patience!
> Michael Lytton
> 1970 Pale Primrose MGB
> firstname.lastname@example.org (home)
Arkansas State University
67 mineral blue MGBGT (saphire) searching for an overdrive
68 red MGB Roadster (ruby) (sold)
72 mallard green MGB Roadster w/overdrive (emerald (emmy))
95 plumb mist Ford Crown Victoria w/engine and suspension package -
my winston cup car (winny)
92 dirty Nissan Stanza (wife's car (no name)) but a great woman
who owned and drove a new MGA (with no name) when she was in
college several (yeh, several for sure) years ago