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Old 07-28-2002, 03:34 PM
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scarily enough I have had the same though. I am just having a hell of time finding wearhouse space that is somewhat near the water. I live 10 minutes form the water an it would suck to ad 30-45 minutes onto my trailering time.
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I know your feeling. Until recently, I had 5 boats,two jet skis, four trucks, one car, and one travel trailer. Bad thing is I have no garage or access to my back yard by car. My neighbors love me!

I used to love those little British cars, but I was a Triumph sort of guy. Sitting in a MGB felt like sitting in a bath tub. You shouldn't have any trouble selling that little gem with those miles. Matter of fact, I am looking for a TR6 again.
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Then how about this for a tow vehicle that's for sale? You can tow you MG with it

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Puder,
Do you still have the M coupe? That thing is one of my all time favorite cars hands down. I too have to much machinery in my garage and cannot decide if I really want to part with my trusty old 911sc cab in order to fill that M coupe void.
Always loved the black/kyalami orange combo
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still have it and still love it!!!!

If you're interested my lease expires in about 4 months. I was planning on returning it and driving a pickup truck for a few months to save some $$$. If you interested i could buy out the lease and give it to you for the buyout price.
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FYI teh M coupe has avery different feel than a porsche but once you get used to i t you might like it better. I have always found porsches top feel very heavy. The M coupe feels nimble. I don;t know about the older 911 but my buddies 993 911's tranny doens;t feel so great. the gate feels sloppy and the throw is kind of long. The M Coupe is very short and very precise. As an everyday driver its a nicer car to drive. When driven normally its is very tame liek anormal bmw, but once you start to push it she feels like a lil beast.
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