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    Cabin Fever has its Benefits

    Due to the possibility of a roof collapse because of the recent snow/rain storms, I moved the MG from the shop to the garage. It made a good excuse to go for a short spin around the block



    My dad believes this cars origins are from California or Arizona and this was the first time this car has ever seen snow.


    Despite the lack of a smile, Georgie loved it


    About 15 degrees out. Good times
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    I was hoping you'd whip a couple doughnuts in the snow!
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    That's fantastic Kris, you and Georgie look good together.
    Sure one could have the reliability of a modern Miata with not only electric stuff but also electronic stuff that actually works for more than a few hundred miles, but where's the fun in that?
    A snowy top down ride earns your bones as a true english sports car nut and the right to wear an appropriate cap. Photo-Jul-18-6-41-35-PM-1024x519.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    That's fantastic Kris, you and Georgie look good together.
    Sure one could have the reliability of a modern Miata with not only electric stuff but also electronic stuff that actually works for more than a few hundred miles, but where's the fun in that?
    A snowy top down ride earns your bones as a true english sports car nut and the right to wear an appropriate cap. Photo-Jul-18-6-41-35-PM-1024x519.jpg
    Your examples are quite um, colorful! No disrespect to those who like and wear this style of hat, but I can never bring myself to wearing one! Elmer Fudd cap yeah, this style, not so much!
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    Well that's understandable.
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    So, with this Cabin Fever glad to see you and Georgie are not stuck inside having to watch TV.
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    Admiral I'm sending you guys out some goodies this week. That should help some with cabin fever . Nice car!!!
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    I have cabin fever too Rick!!
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    how did the heater work???

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    I'm really thinking of you guys over there in the Northern Hemisphere . . . . .

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