It's on my Christmas list. Hope someone comes through...
In Mark's periodic emails, he says he's selling it to
fund other projects. Especially, since Discovery isn't
going to have any more of his shows. Not edgy or fast
paced enough, I guess.
You look at the drivel on US TV, like Overhaulin', and then
you see something like this. Makes me wonder why people spend
so much on TV. I watch a lot of TV, probably too much. Especially,
late night when I can't sleep.
I think that he probably spent more on the car than he'll
get for selling it. But he did a nice job.
Ron King wrote:
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> Anyone out there get their copy of an MG is Born from Mark Evans? Just got
> mine this past Friday, and am interested in other's comments.
> Personally, for the money I'm pleased. Both the DVD and photos are well done,
> and generally complete. Can't believe he started with a car in such poor
> shape, but then again it was informative to see how one could rebuild
> virtually any MGB by having the proper tools, shop, and ample supply of
> $$$$$$$. Also thought his comments regarding after market quality to be
> concerning. I can't believe all the items he commented on were/are of poor
> quality. Certainly hope my experience won't be the same. Especially liked
> the Rostyle wheel treatment. Seeing as how I've got Rostyles, and been going
> back and forth trying to decide between them and wires, I think I'll give his
> approach a shot. They came out shiny and clean.
> Must admit his finished product is quite impressive.
> Ron King
> '71 MGB
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