Good enough for me.
'71 B roadster
'74 BGT bastardization with big aluminum heart :)
'63 Buick 215 cubic inch 'heart'
On Fri, 3 Sep 1999 Tomsjetta@aol.com wrote:
> This matter was discussed in the June/July issue of MG World. James, or
> other listers may not have access to this magazine, so I'll put an end tothis
> rumor before it gets too far out of hand:
> The following are quotes from Chris Lee, product development director-MG &
> 'Chris Lee offers little hope to North American MG enthusiasts of seeing a
> version of the 'F. "We have looked at it in the past," Lee confirms, "but it
> would be a very expensive piece of work, and I have to say that the decisions
> taken so far have been against it. However, if you open up the time horizons,
> and talk about MG in a more strategic basis, then the relaunch of MG in the
> USA is absolutely dead-centre. In fact, it is now almost impossible to
> conceive of an MG product strategy that doesn't include the US market. The
> MGF was the result of very clever thinking and innovative investment and cost
> arrangements, and to have made the car US-legal would have added a lot more
> expense to the programme; probably to the point where it might not have
> gotten the go-ahead. But, from now on, in the strategic framework, sports
> cars and the US market have to go together."
> So James, we may not get the MGF, but it looks certain that some kind of MG
> will eventually make it to our shore.
> 78 Midget