Well the big question, how did it run on the way home????????
Just remember, these cars were made to drive. Enjoy it.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Steve & Bonnie Sidwell
Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2000 11:19 AM
To: MGB Mailing List
Subject: Took the Plunge!
...and it's beautiful!! OK, new owners infatuation...it'll fade soon
enough. But just one more time...I promise! It's a 1978 MGB Roadster.
Just repainted the original Brooklands Green, with a new Autumn Leaf
interior. New tires, brakes, top, seems to run like a top. Also a
Southern California car since birth - well, shortly thereafter. Bought
from an established dealer in San Luis Obispo (California) , it has an
original chrome luggage rack (I'm told they don't make the original
style anymore), also included a boot and very nice tonneau cover. It's
a bit hard making the transition from an SUV to a LBC, but I'm giving it
my best shop! Thanks for the indulgence and an extra thanks to those
list members who took the time to patiently answer my seemingly unending
Steve in Santa Barbara
'78 MGB Tourer Driver (as of 12/2/00!)