good for you,now we all want to see some pics on your web site
----- Original Message -----
From: wizardz <email@example.com>
To: Spitfires <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, August 14, 1999 0:27 AM
Subject: New Spit in the Stable
> Well I went and did it.
> 8/13/99 (Friday the 13th) was as usual...
> a special day. I've always seemed to have something ...work right
> for me on that day.
> I lucked out again!
> A frame off restoration...ZERO rust, brand new full interior,
> Kent cam'ed, Mallory sparked, DCOE breathing, 1978 Spitfire
> is now mine! I won't mention the price... you'd all kill me!
> Let's just say.... I Stole it! (1/4 the price most would ask for a car
> this) less than 3,000 miles on this 6 year restoration.
> The guy even filled the trunk...I MEAN FILLED the trunk
> with parts. The original manifolds and carb, tonneaus, boots,
> filter box complete with flapper exstension, plumbing you name it.
> Hey Laura.... Still need that '70-'75 Bentley Manual...
> He threw one of those in the trunk as well.
> I guess I need another few Spit pages for this baby.
> I'll have to name her .... 'Punkin' (pumpkin)
> she's all 2part Epoxy Eurothane bright Vermilion red, but a shade closer
> and orangy red.
> With the black rims and trim rings.... o'baby is she pretty!
> Paul Tegler
> 1973 MGBGT - Daily Driver
> 1975 Spitfire - in Cherry shape
> 1980 Spitfire - in re-hab
> 1978 Spitfire - in Superb Shape!
> (see 'Projects' for MG and Triumph Stuff)