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davidSim David Simmons
San Pedro, CA, USA   USA
1973 MG MGB
Is there a 12 step meeting for this.smiling smiley

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lokiufgator Gold Member Mike S
Evington, VA, USA   USA
Yea, try and star only 12 new listings a day. That's as far as I've come to quitting it so far. So not really any help.

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ghnl Silver Member Eric Russell
Mebane, NC, USA   USA
1961 MG MGA "Calvin"
If you find a cure please don't let me know.

Eric Russell ~ Mebane, NC
1961 MGA #61, 1981 Alfa Romeo GTV6, 1984 Alfa Romeo Spider, 1991 Honda ST1100

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bleteaches6 Silver Member Lee Orphan
Bonney Lake, WA, USA   USA
Cold turkey lad, it's the only way. In my case I relapse daily!

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EmgesMG Robert Emge
Red Bluff Ca., USA   USA
I'm addicted as well for the last 10 years it seems. Kinda miss the old format with less than pristine cars but still a great sight. Amazingly it seems that MGB's get more comment play than almost anything else, guess there are more "experts" to critique them, not always to the sellers benefit. Wish some of the commenters would lay off all the tired ass Lucas jokes. Having said that I am still locked in.

Steve S Avatar
Abingdon West, Southern California, USA   USA
Agreed, the old days were much better. Before they had their own auctions, and before 1990's Toyotas were allowed. It was just about cool old cars back then. Not that I dislike it now, but I skip over 90% of it.

Townsend, TN, USA   USA
As long as you don't inhale, you'll be fine.

'73 MGB
'69 MGB GT/V6 Conversion
Victor TF

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angliagt Doug Milota
Roanoke, VA, USA   USA
1967 MG MGB GT "The MG"
1974 MG Midget MkIII "The Midget"
I saved about $300,000 by not buying anything on there today.
I agree - it was better back then.I've also noticed that they censor some
of the comments.
Of course,there's always

Mark C Silver Member Mark Cross
Marysville, OH, USA   USA
I sold a Porsche on there that we wanted the funds for a different purpose. So I had to STOP watching or I would have turned around and spent the $$ there. I check everyday now.
Not as much Euro stuff, but still interesting.


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Triumphant66 Kent C
Richmond, VA, USA   USA
1956 Austin-Healey 100M "ParisieM"
1963 MG MGB
1964 MG MGB "Nanette"
1966 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8    & more
Careful, it's easy to get hitched...

In reply to # 3888864 by davidSim Is there a 12 step meeting for this.smiling smiley

My first LBC: 1969 MGB purchased in July 1977 in Richmond, VA somewhere in the Fan District. OO get in touch?.

greenrman Gold Member Don B
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1973 MG MGB "Oscar"
2005 BMW 3 Series Cabriolet "Sabrina"
I'm always looking/searching for interesting things on CraigsList, local-valley websites classifieds, etc. It is an addiction. I now look for only already-restored cars, as I am too old now. Found this, this weekend...if only I were 20yrs younger and had the gumption to restore:

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tampaguy Jack Shea
Elgin, OR, USA   USA
Every time I see a car in that condition for sale I smile !

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