Life is Too Short to Drive a Boring Car:
MGs' Are More Fun!
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Cars and People
1951 MGTD (Cream): Bruce and Roberta Sedelmeyer
1953 MGTD (Red): Paula and Geoff Ashcroft
1955 MG TF (Forest Green): Ian Massey
1958 MGA (white): Dave Simes
1983 MGTF Special (White): Jim Davey
1978 MG Midget (Blue): James Ranieri
1979 MG Midget (Red): Kathy Albers and Chuck Warden
1970 MGB (Dark Green): Mark Spaulding
1970 MGB GT (Powder Blue): Bob Phillips
1971 MGB (Primrose): Richard Gross
1972 MGB (White): Mark & Vanessa Albright
1973 MGB (Blaze Red): Len Geiger
1974 MGB (Dark Green): Sybil Bradley (Owner Bruce and Roberta Sedelmeyer)
Members: Glen and Jill More also attended Sans MG
Online Photo Album
Video and Photos Courtesy of Len Geiger
Many MG owners say they don't like Car Shows. To me the attraction of a Car Show is an excuse to fire up the MG and have a destination for my drive. It is even more fun if you have a stream of MGs' or other British Classics in front as you convoy to the destination. At the Show you meet old friends, kick tires, enjoy the ambience and if you get bored leave for the drive home. To me it is all about getting one of my MGs' on the road to head out, hopefully with other MG Owners. Our MGs' rarely win anything of note at a Car Show. Who cares! It is all about driving that old machine that you have toiled and sweated over, drawn blood over, and cursed over to keep it road worthy and hopefully, sufficiently reliable to get you to your destination and back home.
Driving up the River and Coast to Amelia Cars&Coffee has been a delight each year with the sun just breaking over the horizon and lighting up the beautiful views and a stream of MGs' in a caravan. Followed by a mad race home after the event and perhaps crossing the river on the Ferry.
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