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Re: Midget Shonhorn fit?

Subject: Re: Midget Shonhorn fit?
Date: Mon, 31 May 1999 03:08:28 EDT
I agree the 1500 is good (no matter what anybody else says)
I drove a friends Midget from WY to OK !100 miles in one day but that was 
with a following van so I didn't figure that counted.
The 2300 was with camping gear etc.
Oh well such is life.


>>>>On 5/30/99 5:16 PM so and so ( said. (And I quote:)

>I just call 'em like I see 'em. My legs feel funnily cramped in a Midget, a
>problem I never had with my Spitfire (which I drove 1800 miles in less than
>two days, three separate times)(the problem in those is elbow room). Maybe
>there was something wrong with the seatrails, and they wouldn't slide all
>the way back?
>I have to admit though, that Triumph 1500 engine really is a gem.
>Seriously, the only way to know how any car will fit you is to drive it...
>>BOO HISS Bad answer!!!
>>I have had a Midget for nearly 22 years and I fit it like a fine driving
>>glove. I am 6'1 nearly 200lbs daily driver. Short drive smort drive . I
>>drove the durn car 2300 miles in 2 weeks and have yet to feel the ill
>>effects. Head smead you sit so low in the car you are probably more
>>likely to have a prob with the steering wheel than the top of the
>>Just another B owner putting down a car that out handles and out
>>accerlates them.
>>78 Midget
>>Keep your top down and your chin up.
>>Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
>>System Manager/Administrator
>>Neuropsychiatry Section
>>Department of Psychiatry
>>University of Pennsylvania
>>3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
>>Philadelphia, PA 19104
>>In a world without walls or fences, what use do we have for windows or

Larry Macy
78 Midget

Keep your top down and your chin up.

Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
System Manager/Administrator
Neuropsychiatry Section
Department of Psychiatry
University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce St. - 10 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104

In a world without walls or fences, what use do we have for windows or 

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