What about some of the Volvos that were made in GB, sold in Sweden, but
make it into some Brit car meets? Or do they get tossed out with the
On Tue, 8 Jun 1999 00:59:56 -0400 "Ric Bergstrom"
>Automobile Magazine this month. One of the first editorials. Talks
>about an MGH on the next Z3 platform with an I4 engine in the $20k
>range and a Austin healey 3000 (retro style) on the Z8? chassis.
>Mini will be out soon. BMW has a gold mine if they play it right.
>I always figured the way to make a couple Million dollars was to
>figure out what the people who have the money (say 40-50 year olds)
>wanted when they were 15 years old....what did you want when you
>were 15......Not that, get your mind out of the gutter!
>When is a car built in South Carolina and owned by a German company
>considered British? Do we let them join our club? Seriously do we?
>Richard Bergstrom, President
>Central Virginia British Car Club
>We welcome all British Cars in the Central Virginia Area
>E-mail me for details!
>From: David Christman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>To: spritenut@Exit109.com <spritenut@Exit109.com>
>Cc: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
>Date: Monday, June 07, 1999 5:42 PM
>Subject: Re: MGF's
>>the rumor I heard was that BMW (current owner of MG parent Rover)
>>does not want competition with the Z3. Probably want to avoid
>>federalization costs too.
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