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I think it comes down to the type of car you want... "appliance" or "work". A BMW is likely to be work - higher cost of parts, fewer
He has 3 MGA roadsters and one coupe, his son in law has a convertajag and his wife has a convertabeetle-
he doesn't complain about my junk!
Certainly might be wrong but I always thought the seats were originally made with 18ga. Minor point though, the Aussie seats look great.
Neat! Interesting story. I'll be heading to Sicily in late April (for 2 weeks).
I got an expensive bottle of wine for my wife. I think I made a pretty good trade.
I managed to come to my senses and did not look at the third Sprite. A review of the posted photos showed me that I would have about the same quality pile of parts, just a larger pile.
Spent a day...