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nchokie R.D. Williams
Clewiston, Florida, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB
Well in addition to the 73 MGB, I have Model A fords, 3 in total a 1929 pickup, 1931 Deluxe Coupe and 1931 Tudor. All are in pretty much the same shape as the B, under going restoration. How about you?

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brownsgolf Dan Kennedy
Western PA, USA   USA
1953 MG TD
1979 MG MGB
My dad and I did a 1930 Model A before I got my MGB. Now he's restoring a MGA and I'm looking for either a Model T to restore or a WWII era Jeep.

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bcliff Bruce Clifford
Loveland, Colorado, USA   USA
1955 MG TF "Winston"
1967 MG MGB "Prim"
My first car was a 1928 Model A Special Coupe. I have had a number of As since then. I have since moved to the other end of the alphabet. I have a 1934 Model Y, made in England. This one is a "special", made for the Earl of Suffolk's gamekeeper. This is in addition to my 69 MGB roadster, 1972 Austin Mini, and a 1966 Riley Elf.
I hope this forum grows!
Bruce

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Curmudgeon Dave C
somewhere, USA   USA
1950 Ford Custom
1950 Ford F-1 "The Ugly Truckling"
1964 Jaguar Mark 2 "Elizabeth"
Had a 29 Tudor for many years....all done except upholstery....and sold it. We called it "Massacree", as the build date stamped on the firewall side of the petrol tank was St. Valentine's Day 1929.

(Massacree as in St. Valentine's Day Massacre)

35modely Glenn Marcucio
Hagaman, New York, USA   USA
Do you still have the Model Y? I just purchased a 1935 Model y.


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