The Denise Lonn quoted is me (I?)--not his wife. That was from a message I sent
him behind the scenes in answer to his question about the color of wheel wells.
I hope his wife isn't offended... ;-)
I don't need no stinkin' husband--I have enough cars of my own to work on. And
I'm perfectly capable of damaging my own bakeware by pressing it into service in
the garage. Isn't that all husbands do?
All of the Star Treks past and present contain examples of every point I ever
need to make. And it's much better than using the Bible because more people
know what I'm talking about. Ooh, am I going to get in trouble like John Lennon
did saying that more people know about the Beatles than Jesus?
Obligatory LBC comment: boy, those two-speed wipers sure are handy in this
2 '67 MGB's
2 '63 MG 1100's
David Councill wrote:
> I did get a kick out of this message.
> Lonn's off to acquire his forth LBC. And a wife that quotes Star Trek.
> Life doesn't get better than this.
> 71 BGT
> 67 BGT (newly acquired)
> and an understanding wife who prefers the newer Star Treks
> >I may have everything bass-ackwards, in which case Denise would be
> >correct in her prediction.
> >She says,
> >>I don't believe that a Triumph person can restore an MG. Remember the
> >>episode of Star Trek, where the aliens with big heads found a mangled
> >>female in a space ship and put her back together wrong because they'd
> >never seen
> >>one before.
> >My intentions are good even if my execution is faulty. And I don't want
> >to go to my first MG meet and have people ask me why my seats are
> >installed all goofy. Can't find any good pictures or instructions in
> >Bentley or Haynes so I'm once again at the mercy of the list.
> >Lonn Howard
> >'70 TR6 -mine
> >'71 TR6 -in my garage
> >'70 MGB GT -ours
> >'89 Saab Turbo Convertible -hers