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Re: One Bummer of an MG Summer

Subject: Re: One Bummer of an MG Summer
From: James Nazarian Jr <James.Nazarian@Colorado.EDU>
Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2000 10:44:44 -0600 (MDT)
I will trade you some 90+ days for some of the rainy ones.  We have had
something in that area of 40 90+ days this summer (26 in July alone) and I
don't remember what rain is, I do know that I haven't had the top up in
over 3 months.  I would trade you plenty of these hot ones for one that
was in the 70s in fact. 

James Nazarian
'71 B roadster
'71 BGT ever so slowly turning into a V8
'63 Buick 215 

"Aerodynamics are for people who cannot build engines"
Enzo Ferrari

On Wed, 2 Aug 2000 wrote:

> Am I the only person here missing out on driving his/her MG this summer 
> because of the rain? Here I am in August, and I could not even guess the last 
> time I drove my MG. It's either always raining, I'm out of town, it's too 
> humid, etc, for me to enjoy the car. What makes matters worse is that this is 
> my first full summer with the car. 
> Not like I had a great start either. Being psyched about just having the car 
> tuned up, the car died on my way to my first club event of the year-culprit 
> was a shot clutch slave cylinder, and then after that it was discovered the 
> tie rods were totally shot and needed to be replaced. And so, here I sit, and 
> it's pouring outside, and the weather forecast keeps calling for more of the 
> wet stuff, my beloved car collects dust in the gargage.
> UGH! Anyone else having as great a summer as me?
> Tom
> 78 Midget (I think it's green, I may have forgotten)

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