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malski Silver Member Peter Malkin
Bright, N.E.Victoria, Australia   AUS
I’ve noticed of late that there seems to be an increasing number of new members coming on board - can only be a positive for our hobby.



Peter Malkin
NE Victoria
Australia
MGBGTV8 (1977)
MGB Roadster (1967) Supercharged - under restoration
MGTC (1949)

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melbaver Gold Member Chris Howells
Broadwater NSW, Australia   AUS
1968 MG MGB "Moneypit"
1996 Jeep Cherokee "Shopping Trolley"
Except half of them are Woody, tappity tap..............................just kidding, it's great to see new comrades.



Chris Howells

1968 MGB Purchased already dis-assembled but which is largely back together so I'm a lot less ignorant.

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tvrgeek Silver Member Scott S
Hillsborough, North Carolinia, USA   USA
1965 MG MGB
I hope some of them are a younger generation. I have noticed a slow, but increase. Our local club sponsors at least one at a time getting a car and getting it going. This is not only important for our hobby, but a serious need to get the newest generation interested in trades, not just keyboards.



Cogito ergo sum periculoso

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JustinSchroder Justin Schroder
Lynchburg, VA, USA   USA
1977 MG MGB MkIV "Nigel"
I'm new, but at age 44, I might not be a younger generation.

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chris Platinum Member Chris Roop
Pendleton, OR, USA   USA
In reply to # 3735857 by JustinSchroder I'm new, but at age 44, I might not be a younger generation.

Compared to some of us? Oh yeah, you're a younger generation! grinning smiley


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71PMAM Simon Leake
Richmond, VA, USA   USA
Yessir. I had my first MGB when I was 17. I worked on it (with varying degrees of teenage laziness) with my dad and it took far longer to get it buttoned up and resprayed than I care to admit. on top of that, I let it go years ago without a second thought when money was tight. Fast forward, I am now 33 and my dad bought another one. I am now far more interested and we'll have it going in probably 1/10 the time compared to the first go around. It is amazing what 15 years can do. I appreciate the car (and my father) much more than I did back then. On top of that, i now have far more confidence in my own abilities, so tackling unfamiliar things isn't nearly as daunting.

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Aridgerunner Silver Member Bill Bussler
Montoursville, PA, USA   USA
1956 MG MGA 1500 "The A"
1959 Triumph TR3A "The Mistress"
In reply to # 3735966 by chris
In reply to # 3735857 by JustinSchroder I'm new, but at age 44, I might not be a younger generation.

Compared to some of us? Oh yeah, you're a younger generation! grinning smiley

Yep, you're a youngin fer sure. Same age as my oldest son. Hang in there kido! cool smiley

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Andymon Andrew Tillinghast
Medford, OR, USA   USA
Well, I'm new! Always wanted an MGB and finally got one. Currently not running but I'll get it figured out!! This is a great forum!

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awjensen467 Adam Jensen
Tremonton, UT, USA   USA
1977 MG MGB
I joined last year. I'm 38 (39 in a few days). Had one in high school. Drove it into the ground and could have cared less. Ended up selling it for parts. I always got excited when I saw one on the road so I finally broke down and got another one last February. This time not running. It is now running thanks to the help I received from this forum. Been worth every penny.

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JustinSchroder Justin Schroder
Lynchburg, VA, USA   USA
1977 MG MGB MkIV "Nigel"
Definitely here to learn, Bill and Chis!

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