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Re: Battle of Britain

To: Chris Thompson <>
Subject: Re: Battle of Britain
From: James Nazarian <>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 11:25:41 -0700
In Cruel Intentions, the car is a 54 (or 56, I forget) Jag.

On Mon, Nov 13, 2000 at 11:24:06AM -0500, Chris Thompson profoundly declared:
> Here's a question, two possible MG's in movies for you that I cannot verify.
> In the movie "Cruel Intentions", a modern retelling of "Dangerous Liasons"  
> starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Phillipi, Phillipi's character 
> drives a car that I took to be an MGA. It becomes part of an elaborate 
> wager. I only saw the first bit of the movie so I could be mistaken. It     
> hasnt come back around on cable again, and from what I've heard and seen,   
> it's not worth paying to rent.
> Also, I was once told by a "Car Guy" years ago that the "Ferrari" used in
> Ferris Bueller's Day Off was an MG with a custom body shell. MGA? MGB?
> On Sat, 11 Nov 2000, wrote:
> > "(It was an) MG TC which must have been meant to represent a TA since the TC
> > wasn't produced for another five years." taken from the web site 'MGs in the
> > Movies' at
> > 
> > PaulH.
> > 
> > 
> ________________________________________________________________________
> | Chris Thompson                             | 
> | 1973 MGB                           | 
> +----------------------------------------------------------------------+

James Nazarian
71 MGB roadster
71 MGBGT (the one that is supposed to be a v8)
01 Impreza 2.5RS

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