Be thou not afraid, little one - I meanst thee no harm.
All I was saying was this: let us be realistic folks, and realise that
BMW will be involved in the decision making process that leads to the
BMW now owns Rover (and hence MG) lock stock and barrel, and in theory
can do with it what it damn well pleases. But that doesn't mean that a
company of BMW's calibre is going to do anything stoooopid with MG, like
a completely badge-engineered Z3 Mk. 2.
From: Mike Lishego
To: David Knowles
Subject: Re: MGF in America: The Real Reasons Why Not
Date: 07 November 1997 19:29
David Knowles wrote:
> At the Frankfurt Motor Show,
> BMW was making great play of the fact that with the Z3 and the MGF it
> has cornered the biggest slice of the sports car market pie. Future
> MG's, however, will be looked at within the overall BMW group policy.
Wait a minute...This last sentence scares me a little...Does anyone else
implication that the new MG's will complement BMW roadsters, styling or
I'd hate to see a badge-engineered MGG that shares the design of the BMW
they were selling them around the states, and I had my druthers, I'd
probably buy one
"You can tell by the puddles he leaves on the garage floor that this is
little car." - My bastardization of the Volkswagen commercial.
Michael S. Lishego
St. Andrews Presbyterian College
Elementary Education Major,
English Minor, Class of 1999
R.A. of Winston-Salem Hall