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21. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: "William M. Gilroy" <>
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 1998 16:57:19 -0400
At four different fish markets they always used a bowling pin to bonk the fish. Must the fish mongers weapon of choice. -- Bill Gilroy E-mail: Telephone: 732-957-4775 Fax: 732-957
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00360.html (7,882 bytes)

22. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: Keith Wheeler <>
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 1998 13:52:50 -0700
I was in a discussion with somebody about cars, this vs that like we all tend to do. The fellow said something about what was pratical. My reply resulted in a look of an absolute lack of understandin
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00362.html (7,730 bytes)

23. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 18:50:34 EDT
<< My RX-7 doesn't break like the MG does, it finds all sorts of bizarre Wankel ways of breaking. Sounds like 'spin control' to me!!!!!<G> Ed
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00366.html (7,500 bytes)

24. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 19:38:06 -0400 (EDT)
Cars are not practical. They break. They leak oil. Absolutely! Bicycles are more practical if your health is good and you don't need to carry a big load. Trains are more practical,if you live near th
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00371.html (7,839 bytes)

25. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: (Rick Morrison)
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 1998 23:15:04 EDT
Could be, but in the mean time, the bowling alley down the street is realy P-O ed cause lane #6 only has 6 pins now. or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00393.html (8,305 bytes)

26. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: Trevor Boicey <>
Date: Fri, 09 Oct 1998 01:39:04 -0400
It certainly is fair, on many levels. It's not fair to say "Japanese engineers are better than British engineers because this 1993 car is more reliable than this 1969 car". That would be unfair. Howe
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00398.html (8,670 bytes)

27. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: Trevor Boicey <>
Date: Fri, 09 Oct 1998 01:40:30 -0400
Hehehe... A fish bonker is like a little baseball bat. They sell them at fishing stores, you carry one so that when you land a big fish you whack it so it won't hop around in the boat until it suffoc
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00399.html (7,980 bytes)

28. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 07:46:54 EDT
<< It's a double standard, and I am guilty of it myself. I'll spend every weekend in the garage noodling on my MGs as my Toyota sits outside. >> I have 76 Celica that I have had since new. For about
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00413.html (7,928 bytes)

29. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: don <>
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 06:32:12 -0700
On this topic: Why in the hell didn't BMC or British Leyland install fuses on the headlights of their products? I'm sure a few cars have burned to the ground because of it. This is a stupid way to ma
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00418.html (7,650 bytes)

30. RE: reliability (score: 1)
Author: Larry Hoy <>
Date: Fri, 09 Oct 1998 09:01:15 -0600
I'm not the expert here, but I think you will find few cars with fused headlights. I think the thought process is they don't want fuses burning out on a dark twisty road. LBCs and trees don't mix. Th
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00426.html (8,852 bytes)

31. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: (Nina Barton)
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 23:28:52 -0700
There seems to be a dichotomy evident in this argument. I firmly believe that everyone on this list, everyone who belongs to an MG or sports car club, every trailer queen owner who brings his/her ca
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00493.html (8,483 bytes)

32. Re: reliability (score: 1)
Author: Paul Hunt <>
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 10:22:22 +0000
Making a choice is one thing, a comparison is something else. I'm with Paul Kerr on this one. PaulH.
/html/mgs/1998-10/msg00659.html (8,943 bytes)

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