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Chasman18

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78 yes old, retired and living on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Have owned 52 XK120MC, 64 XKE coupe, 61 TR3B. Just purchased a 1959 TR3A which is now apart in my garage. Hoping to be back on the road this summer.
 

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Hi chessman! Welcome to BCF. Say, you posted your intro in the "Forum Happenings" forum, which is actually th wrong place. I'm moving your post to "New Member Introductions" forum but will leave a link to that post in the Forum Happenings forum for 1 week. The Forum Hapenings is really meant as a place for me, the admin, to post relevant info about the forum. Anyway, we're happy to have you aboard. If you're reading this post, then you are inn the "New Member Introductions" forum.
 

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78 yes old, retired and living on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Have owned 52 XK120MC, 64 XKE coupe, 61 TR3B. Just purchased a 1959 TR3A which is now apart in my garage. Hoping to be back on the road this summer.
Chasman 18,
Interesting! My '59 TR3-A (TS43919L) spent most of it's life in Cape Cod after a brief stay in Yokohama, Japan.
During my early years, raising my family, I lusted after the XK-140 but couldn't afford it!
I'm a retired, 87 yr old, Structural Engineer/Businessman living in Johnstown, OH (Columbus, OH).
I did a frame-up restoration over the last 11 years.

mgf
 
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