That's a thoughtful perspective. BTW, what's a 1968 Ericofon? I think I know
what the other items are...<g>
on 9/12/02 11:06 AM, David Breneman at email@example.com wrote:
> Dodd, Kelvin SEZ -
>> If you were going to install wire wheels on your car. Would you prefer 2
>> eared knockoffs, or octagonal knockoffs?
>> Would your preference depend on what was original for your year of car?
> I consider myself a "reasonable purist". For instance, my MGA 1500
> I'm restoring has a 5-bearing MGB engine in it. The PO put it in,
> and I don't have a 1500 engine to replace it with, so for now I'm
> sanguine about keeping it. So that said, I'd stick with what's
> original. I'm of the mind that these cars are historic artifiacts
> as well as personal fun, and that the two aren't mutually exclusive.
> In fact, I think the ability to experience something as people did
> in the past is attractive in and of itself.
> - Dave
> 1984 AT&T 3B2 Minicomputer
> 1968 Ericofon
> 1958 MGA
> 1948 Seeburg M100A jukebox
> 1923 Victrola
> 1906 Edison Standard Phonograph
> etc... :-)
'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires
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