Another thing to be considered which has a lot to do with how cars are (and
are not) built today is the fact that the cars we so dearly love would never
pass the emissions and safety requirements in effect today. That among
other things is what makes them so dear to us. Their beauty is for a large
part in their simplicity. Add all the modern junk and you get just another
From: fred thomas [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 3:39 PM
To: Joe Curry; 'John Macartney'; Triumphs@autox.team.net
Subject: Re: [TR] MGs to be built in USA
> Well said John. I think people want air conditioning and other creature
> comforts much more than a responsive and fun to drive sports car.
Modern tech know how could never duplicate my T/R 3, the joy is top down,
wind in your face, the fine tone of the exhaust and not seeing one on every
corner, only the original T/R will sufice that thrill, exactly as old Maggie
used to say, there is only one Maggie and she's the best :) :) :) "FT"
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