The drive west from Aldie to Upperville in a classic convertible is good for the soul. The drive winds through rolling hills along horse farms traced by stone fences standing as they have for 200 years, then passes through towns and villages at least partly stuck in time. It was a sunny, slightly cool fall afternoon and we were heading to British and Classic Car Doctors to have the seat belt mounts welded in. On the way I happened to stop in at the store owned by the guy I bought my car from. He was glad to see it and we chatted for a while. I've seen him twice since buying the car and both times I've gotten the sense I could sell it back to him on the spot. Not a chance.
Monday, October 24, 2011
|You don't have to be an expert to diagnose this muffler problem.|
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
|The offending fuel gauge unit partially removed for the repair.|
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Incredible as it seems, it will not be sufficient when telling your friends about how this blog has changed your life to identify it as "The blog about an MG by a guy named Geoff. I have discovered quite by accident and completely beyond all statistical probability, that there is actually another MGA blog by a guy named "Geoff" who is doing a strangely similar thing with his blog from the West Coast. Oh, and it's Red with Tan Interior same as mine. In the words of the great Dave Barry, "I swear I am not making this up".
Posted by MGA Geoff at 7:31 AM
Thursday, October 13, 2011
|The turn signal way up there on the dash.|
Friday, October 7, 2011
|Who knew MG stood for MacGyver?|