Date   

MG Tech Zoom Monday 23 Aug 2021

Lambert Liebel
 

Just an FYI

Lambert


President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”




Begin forwarded message:

From: John Twist - University Motors Online <johntwist@...>
Subject: MG Tech Zoom Monday 23 Aug 2021
Date: August 22, 2021 at 9:20:23 PM EDT
Reply-To: johntwist@...

MG Zoom Session
Monday 23 Aug 2021
Safety Fast!
Join our MG Tech Zoom MONDAY NIGHT at 8:00 pm Eastern! We'll have scores of MG owners from near and far, and we'll answer your MG questions! The session is scheduled for TWO HOURS. Starting time is 8:00 Eastern (5:00 Pacific) to allow our West coast friends to join us more easily.

During our past Zooms, we've hosted from 125 to 275 MG Enthusiasts from across the US, Canada, and Mexico, and some have logged on from England, South America, Europe, and Australia. Thank you Doug Clark for counting.

This week, we''ll begin with an overview of front end vibrations. 

ZOOM DETAILS

John Twist is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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Time: Aug 23, 2021 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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TRAVEL NOTES
Plan to attend the British Car Festival in Altoona PA the weekend before Labor Day. I'll be there.

Do you live in the NW? Attend the All British Field Meet in Portland OR on Labor Day Weekend. I'll be there, too.

If you are closer to the East Coast, come to the Hunt Country Classic, 10/11 Oct 2021 near Washington, DC. Again I'll be fixing MGs!

Support the British Sportscar Hall of Fame!

Make your club charitable donations to the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation. Link your club to this group. It's only natural.


PICTURES

Top: The original MGB Disc Wheel, used through 1969.

SECOND: The ROstyle wheel (named for Ruberry Owen, the manufacturer), used from 1970-1980.

THIRD: The V8 Wheel, used on the MGB/GT V8s 1973-1975, as well as the Jubilee MGBs.

FOURTH: The LE wheel, used on the "Specials" and "Limited Editions" 1979-1980.

FIFTH: Aftermarket "Mini-lite" wheel still available.

SIXTH: The 14" standard 60 spoke MGB wheel used 1962-1980.

SEVENTH: A Dayton 16" wheel with a 65 series tire. Looks cool but impossible to steer easily. 

EIGHTH: The MGB taper wheel bearing assembly.

ALL THIS WEEK: DRIVE your MG!


British Reliability Run - Team Furry Jedi

Jeff Detwiler
 

Hi all,

Please take a look at the two attached flyers with details about this year's America's British Reliability Run. 
We are "Team Furry Jedi" and we would certainly appreciate any help meeting this years goal.
This is our first year participating in the ABRR-PA and believe we are the only PMGC team driving this year.

Who is Team Furry Jedi?
In the past, Jeff and Mary have helped Mr. and Mrs. Claus during Toys for Tots season with their little British car.
Last summer we adopted two-pandemic pets, Luke and Leia.  Since they cannot go on our drive to help the kids at Shiners Hospital, we formed Team Furry Jedi and hope the Force will be with Us to get our little British Car around the circuit 
and raise funds for Shiner's Hospital at the same time.

If you would like to support Team Furry Jedi and the Children at Shiner's Hospital please review the attached details.
Thanks in advance for your support and consideration.

Cheers,
Jeff and Mary Detwiler (and the two Furry Jedi.....)


Re: Midget headlight

Allen Hanford
 

Thanks, Kevin. I just called Napa and they have four of them.:)


Re: Midget headlight

Ira Spector
 

Alan,

Are the midget headlights the same as for the MGB?  I may have a used one.

Ira Spector 

On Aug 17, 2021, at 6:44 PM, Allen Hanford <allenhanford@...> wrote:


My 68 midget has had a rough couple of days. Without going into details I'm without 🕐 headlight and one tail light. Not a big deal except the places I usually order from are making no promises about when anything will arrive.

I can tape the tail light lens together while I wait for the new one, but the headlight is toast. If anyone knows anywhere local where I can get one please let me know. New, used, even non-working would be better than the gaping hole that's there now.

Thanks,
Allen Hanford
267-312-1645


Re: Midget headlight

Kevin McLemore
 

Allen, is it the round glass headlamp ("sealed beam") that's gone, or is it the whole metal bucket, adjusting assembly and bulb? 

The sealed beam units are a pretty standard item that any decent auto parts store should have. The unit you'd need would be a #H6024 halogen sealed beam.  It may be a bit brighter than the original incandescent bulbs, but it will not use any more amperage.


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Allen Hanford <allenhanford@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2021 6:44 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Midget headlight
 
My 68 midget has had a rough couple of days. Without going into details I'm without 🕐 headlight and one tail light. Not a big deal except the places I usually order from are making no promises about when anything will arrive.

I can tape the tail light lens together while I wait for the new one, but the headlight is toast. If anyone knows anywhere local where I can get one please let me know. New, used, even non-working would be better than the gaping hole that's there now.

Thanks,
Allen Hanford
267-312-1645


Midget headlight

Allen Hanford
 

My 68 midget has had a rough couple of days. Without going into details I'm without 🕐 headlight and one tail light. Not a big deal except the places I usually order from are making no promises about when anything will arrive.

I can tape the tail light lens together while I wait for the new one, but the headlight is toast. If anyone knows anywhere local where I can get one please let me know. New, used, even non-working would be better than the gaping hole that's there now.

Thanks,
Allen Hanford
267-312-1645


Re: Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning

Gregory Simms
 

Sequence should be acetone ( or decrease somehow)1st  because acid  1st will not remove grease. Then acid clean.Follow by hot and cold dei rinse,then blow dry


On Tue, Aug 17, 2021, 8:12 AM Gregory Simms via groups.io <gasgregory62=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Clarification-That is a hot dei after the acid wash.....

On Tue, Aug 17, 2021, 8:07 AM Gregory Simms via groups.io <gasgregory62=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
From my years experience with metals, hot dei water rinse should do it . Key word "hot", followed by cold rinse .then get it dry fast ie. Blow dry air in opening . 
Take care
Greg

On Mon, Aug 16, 2021, 10:20 PM Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:
Roger, how did you neutralize the muriatic acid?  If there's any acid remaining on the metal surface it's sure to flash rust.  I'm not sure acetone would neutralize the acid... but then I'm not a chemist.

I do know that it's critically important to use mineral-free water to rinse the tanks - so distilled water is best. And it might be wise to use a tank etch that leaves a phosphate coating (which will inhibit flash rusting). I've used Bill Hirsh tank cleaning and sealing products in the past and have been very pleased with the results. For example, I did my Sunbeam tanks over 25 years ago and they're still in excellent shape.

And I strongly suggest following up with a sealer to prevent future rusting of your tanks.  Again, I recommend Hirsh:

https://www.hirschauto.com/ALCOHOL-RESISTANT-GAS-TANK-SEALER/productinfo/GTS/

Hirsh sealers have been well respected by American antique car enthusiasts for decades. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2021 8:51 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning
 
Hi All!

I am looking for your recommendation re: cleaning my fuel tanks.

Last year I used vinegar and baking soda to accomplish the bulk of the cleaning.  Some surface rust remained.

 

Prior to installing them I wanted to see if I could remove the remaining surface rust.

So... last week I used diluted muratic acid followed by an acetone wash.  The result was great ... bright shiny bare metal!

When I checked them out this weekend the bare metal was now covered with “flash rust”. 

Looking for suggestions to remove/prevent the “flash rust”.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S






Re: Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning

Gregory Simms
 

 Clarification-That is a hot dei after the acid wash.....


On Tue, Aug 17, 2021, 8:07 AM Gregory Simms via groups.io <gasgregory62=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
From my years experience with metals, hot dei water rinse should do it . Key word "hot", followed by cold rinse .then get it dry fast ie. Blow dry air in opening . 
Take care
Greg

On Mon, Aug 16, 2021, 10:20 PM Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:
Roger, how did you neutralize the muriatic acid?  If there's any acid remaining on the metal surface it's sure to flash rust.  I'm not sure acetone would neutralize the acid... but then I'm not a chemist.

I do know that it's critically important to use mineral-free water to rinse the tanks - so distilled water is best. And it might be wise to use a tank etch that leaves a phosphate coating (which will inhibit flash rusting). I've used Bill Hirsh tank cleaning and sealing products in the past and have been very pleased with the results. For example, I did my Sunbeam tanks over 25 years ago and they're still in excellent shape.

And I strongly suggest following up with a sealer to prevent future rusting of your tanks.  Again, I recommend Hirsh:

https://www.hirschauto.com/ALCOHOL-RESISTANT-GAS-TANK-SEALER/productinfo/GTS/

Hirsh sealers have been well respected by American antique car enthusiasts for decades. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2021 8:51 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning
 
Hi All!

I am looking for your recommendation re: cleaning my fuel tanks.

Last year I used vinegar and baking soda to accomplish the bulk of the cleaning.  Some surface rust remained.

 

Prior to installing them I wanted to see if I could remove the remaining surface rust.

So... last week I used diluted muratic acid followed by an acetone wash.  The result was great ... bright shiny bare metal!

When I checked them out this weekend the bare metal was now covered with “flash rust”. 

Looking for suggestions to remove/prevent the “flash rust”.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S






Re: Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning

Gregory Simms
 

From my years experience with metals, hot dei water rinse should do it . Key word "hot", followed by cold rinse .then get it dry fast ie. Blow dry air in opening . 
Take care
Greg

On Mon, Aug 16, 2021, 10:20 PM Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:
Roger, how did you neutralize the muriatic acid?  If there's any acid remaining on the metal surface it's sure to flash rust.  I'm not sure acetone would neutralize the acid... but then I'm not a chemist.

I do know that it's critically important to use mineral-free water to rinse the tanks - so distilled water is best. And it might be wise to use a tank etch that leaves a phosphate coating (which will inhibit flash rusting). I've used Bill Hirsh tank cleaning and sealing products in the past and have been very pleased with the results. For example, I did my Sunbeam tanks over 25 years ago and they're still in excellent shape.

And I strongly suggest following up with a sealer to prevent future rusting of your tanks.  Again, I recommend Hirsh:

https://www.hirschauto.com/ALCOHOL-RESISTANT-GAS-TANK-SEALER/productinfo/GTS/

Hirsh sealers have been well respected by American antique car enthusiasts for decades. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2021 8:51 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning
 
Hi All!

I am looking for your recommendation re: cleaning my fuel tanks.

Last year I used vinegar and baking soda to accomplish the bulk of the cleaning.  Some surface rust remained.

 

Prior to installing them I wanted to see if I could remove the remaining surface rust.

So... last week I used diluted muratic acid followed by an acetone wash.  The result was great ... bright shiny bare metal!

When I checked them out this weekend the bare metal was now covered with “flash rust”. 

Looking for suggestions to remove/prevent the “flash rust”.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S






Re: Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning

Kevin McLemore
 

Roger, how did you neutralize the muriatic acid?  If there's any acid remaining on the metal surface it's sure to flash rust.  I'm not sure acetone would neutralize the acid... but then I'm not a chemist.

I do know that it's critically important to use mineral-free water to rinse the tanks - so distilled water is best. And it might be wise to use a tank etch that leaves a phosphate coating (which will inhibit flash rusting). I've used Bill Hirsh tank cleaning and sealing products in the past and have been very pleased with the results. For example, I did my Sunbeam tanks over 25 years ago and they're still in excellent shape.

And I strongly suggest following up with a sealer to prevent future rusting of your tanks.  Again, I recommend Hirsh:

https://www.hirschauto.com/ALCOHOL-RESISTANT-GAS-TANK-SEALER/productinfo/GTS/

Hirsh sealers have been well respected by American antique car enthusiasts for decades. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Roger Williams <rogerotto@...>
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2021 8:51 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning
 
Hi All!

I am looking for your recommendation re: cleaning my fuel tanks.

Last year I used vinegar and baking soda to accomplish the bulk of the cleaning.  Some surface rust remained.

 

Prior to installing them I wanted to see if I could remove the remaining surface rust.

So... last week I used diluted muratic acid followed by an acetone wash.  The result was great ... bright shiny bare metal!

When I checked them out this weekend the bare metal was now covered with “flash rust”. 

Looking for suggestions to remove/prevent the “flash rust”.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S






Austin Cooper - fuel tank cleaning

Roger Williams
 

Hi All!

I am looking for your recommendation re: cleaning my fuel tanks.

Last year I used vinegar and baking soda to accomplish the bulk of the cleaning. Some surface rust remained.



Prior to installing them I wanted to see if I could remove the remaining surface rust.

So... last week I used diluted muratic acid followed by an acetone wash. The result was great ... bright shiny bare metal!

When I checked them out this weekend the bare metal was now covered with “flash rust”.

Looking for suggestions to remove/prevent the “flash rust”.

Thanks in advance.

Roger Williams
1966 Austin Cooper S


August DVT Newsletter, TT Newsletter 45-7

Larry Macy
 



Begin forwarded message:

From: Rob Ervin <rervin@...>
Subject: August DVT Newsletter, TT Newsletter 45-7
Date: August 16, 2021 at 10:41:24 AM PDT

Dear DVT Friends, Club Editors and Lifetime Members.

Here is the link to the jam packed August edition of Trundlin' Triumphs. I have also attached a PDF version. 

Enjoy!


Here is the link: 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L4u6l4YAI7mhS8T2WY_zB-RspIfLCYNr/view?usp=sharing


Many Thanks and keep those articles coming. Hope to see you all at the GTR on August 17th, 

Please keep Graham Robson’s family in your thoughts as we send our condolences. He was an amazing guy and will be missed.

Safe and happy travels to you!

If you no longer wish to receive these newsletters, just please let me know. 

You can reach me at "editor@..." or "rervin@..."

Rob




Re: Event: Monthly PMGC GT - 08/10/2021 #cal-reminder

Lambert Liebel
 

Remember the GT is at Phil’s again this month. If someone could please post this on facebook as we are still on vacation.

Thanks

Lambert

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor
LLiebel@phillymgclub.com

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”

On Aug 9, 2021, at 6:00 PM, PhillyMGClub@groups.io Calendar <noreply@groups.io> wrote:

Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When:
08/10/2021
7:00pm to 8:00pm
(UTC-04:00) America/New York

Where:
TBD - Check Email and Faceboook for location

Organizer: kliebel@phillymgclub.com

View Event

Description:
Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


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Event: Monthly PMGC GT - 08/10/2021 #cal-reminder

PhillyMGClub@groups.io Calendar <noreply@...>
 

Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When:
08/10/2021
7:00pm to 8:00pm
(UTC-04:00) America/New York

Where:
TBD - Check Email and Faceboook for location

Organizer: kliebel@...

View Event

Description:
Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


Re: Philly MG Club Invitation to the August Breakfast Club + Tech Session

Robert Palac
 

Looking forward to the tech events.

 

NOTE: Does anyone have a MOTOMETER for a TD series they woud like to sell or can point me in the right direction for an MG type unit to purchase? (I am familiar with Moss but haven’t seen it in their ad lately. I will call them as well as MG Magic, Classic Motor Parts and English Part.com.

Thank you,

Bob Palac      cell: 484-620-9655 (e-mail: rpalac@...)

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From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io [mailto:PhillyMGClub@groups.io] On Behalf Of Pete Baumbach via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, August 7, 2021 7:47 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Philly MG Club Invitation to the August Breakfast Club + Tech Session

 

Sean, your (John's) Midget took second at the Hope Lodge show. You left before the presentations. I have the plaque and will bring it to the GT on Tuesday. See you then. Pete

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Thu, Aug 5, 2021 4:25 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Philly MG Club Invitation to the August Breakfast Club + Tech Session

Hey friends,

 

I hope this email finds you well and enjoying your summer! In continuation of our breakfast club and tech session series, we will be combining both events into one gathering for August. 

 

Kevin McLemore will be returning for another fun filled educational experience. You will be sure to walk away with valuable hands on knowledge applicable to your British ride. 

 

Roger's 1966 Austin Cooper S will take the main stage for showcasing the tech session demonstration. Kevin will explain as he goes and field questions as the conversation progresses. 

 

Thirsty for a deeper understanding of your British car's braking system? We can help with that! Components of Saturday's deep dive into braking systems will include:

  • Discussion of the braking system - description of the components and how they all work
  • Problems inherent with older braking systems and how to rectify them
  • Proper brake system maintenance and prevent problems
  • How to check your brakes condition
  • How to adjust the brakes
  • How to bleed the brakes
  • Tools to make brake maintenance easier

The details:

When:
 Saturday, August 28

 

What Time: 9 am

 

Where: 

Inside Roger's Garage @ 3859 Somerset Drive Collegeville

Roger's home is located in 55+ Traditions at Skippack (TAS) across from the old Perkiomen Valley airport (Collegeville Road entrance). 

The TAS Mill Road entrance is approximately 1 mile up from Evansburg State Park where we have previously held the Club’s Saturday Breakfast.

 

Club members interested in attending are kindly requested to RSVP to Roger to confirm that you will attending.

 


(Pictured - Kevin & Roger from June's engine tech session)

Hope to see you there,

 

Sean and Roger

 


Re: Philly MG Club Invitation to the August Breakfast Club + Tech Session

Pete Baumbach
 

Sean, your (John's) Midget took second at the Hope Lodge show. You left before the presentations. I have the plaque and will bring it to the GT on Tuesday. See you then. Pete


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Allen via groups.io <seanallen1@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Sent: Thu, Aug 5, 2021 4:25 pm
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Philly MG Club Invitation to the August Breakfast Club + Tech Session

Hey friends,
 
I hope this email finds you well and enjoying your summer! In continuation of our breakfast club and tech session series, we will be combining both events into one gathering for August. 
 
Kevin McLemore will be returning for another fun filled educational experience. You will be sure to walk away with valuable hands on knowledge applicable to your British ride. 
 
Roger's 1966 Austin Cooper S will take the main stage for showcasing the tech session demonstration. Kevin will explain as he goes and field questions as the conversation progresses. 
 
Thirsty for a deeper understanding of your British car's braking system? We can help with that! Components of Saturday's deep dive into braking systems will include:

  • Discussion of the braking system - description of the components and how they all work
  • Problems inherent with older braking systems and how to rectify them
  • Proper brake system maintenance and prevent problems
  • How to check your brakes condition
  • How to adjust the brakes
  • How to bleed the brakes
  • Tools to make brake maintenance easier
The details:

When:
 Saturday, August 28
 
What Time: 9 am
 
Where: 
Inside Roger's Garage @ 3859 Somerset Drive Collegeville
Roger's home is located in 55+ Traditions at Skippack (TAS) across from the old Perkiomen Valley airport (Collegeville Road entrance). 
The TAS Mill Road entrance is approximately 1 mile up from Evansburg State Park where we have previously held the Club’s Saturday Breakfast.
 
Club members interested in attending are kindly requested to RSVP to Roger to confirm that you will attending.


(Pictured - Kevin & Roger from June's engine tech session)


Hope to see you there,
 
Sean and Roger
 


Hope Lodge Car Show Tomorrow

Roger Williams
 

Hello All

Is anyone in the club bringing flyers for our October Car Show and putting them in the British cars? I can help distribute them.

Ragtops & Roadsters said there were 250 entries!

Roger


Philly MG Club Invitation to the August Breakfast Club + Tech Session

 

Hey friends,
 
I hope this email finds you well and enjoying your summer! In continuation of our breakfast club and tech session series, we will be combining both events into one gathering for August. 
 
Kevin McLemore will be returning for another fun filled educational experience. You will be sure to walk away with valuable hands on knowledge applicable to your British ride. 
 
Roger's 1966 Austin Cooper S will take the main stage for showcasing the tech session demonstration. Kevin will explain as he goes and field questions as the conversation progresses. 
 
Thirsty for a deeper understanding of your British car's braking system? We can help with that! Components of Saturday's deep dive into braking systems will include:

  • Discussion of the braking system - description of the components and how they all work
  • Problems inherent with older braking systems and how to rectify them
  • Proper brake system maintenance and prevent problems
  • How to check your brakes condition
  • How to adjust the brakes
  • How to bleed the brakes
  • Tools to make brake maintenance easier
The details:

When:
 Saturday, August 28
 
What Time: 9 am
 
Where: 
Inside Roger's Garage @ 3859 Somerset Drive Collegeville
Roger's home is located in 55+ Traditions at Skippack (TAS) across from the old Perkiomen Valley airport (Collegeville Road entrance). 
The TAS Mill Road entrance is approximately 1 mile up from Evansburg State Park where we have previously held the Club’s Saturday Breakfast.
 
Club members interested in attending are kindly requested to RSVP to Roger to confirm that you will attending.


(Pictured - Kevin & Roger from June's engine tech session)


Hope to see you there,
 
Sean and Roger
 


Event: Monthly PMGC GT - 08/10/2021 #cal-reminder

PhillyMGClub@groups.io Calendar <noreply@...>
 

Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When:
08/10/2021
7:00pm to 8:00pm
(UTC-04:00) America/New York

Where:
TBD - Check Email and Faceboook for location

Organizer: kliebel@...

View Event

Description:
Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


Re: Three Items

Karen Schulte
 

Lambert,
I have it hand written and need to type it up...
We had computer problems.
I have pictures of the winners too.
Will send it to you this week.
Karen 



Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Note8, an AT&T 5G Evolution capable smartphone



-------- Original message --------
From: Lambert Liebel <lliebel@...>
Date: 7/31/21 9:30 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Three Items

HI Karen,

That would be great. Jeff gave me an article but would love to have a second one to run in August’s Nuffield.

Lambert

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor
LLiebel@...

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”




> On Jul 2, 2021, at 8:33 AM, Karen Schulte <mgbbabe1970@...> wrote:
>
> Lambert,
> I will try to write something up and check  with Ed Emery and the  Detweilers for their thoughts too for imput!
> Karen Schulte
>
>
>
> Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Note8, an AT&T 5G Evolution capable smartphone
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>
>
> -------- Original message --------
> From: Lambert Liebel <lliebel@...>
> Date: 7/2/21 8:50 AM (GMT-05:00)
> To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
> Subject: [PhillyMGClub] Three Items
>
> Hello All,
>
> There are three things that I wanted to get out to everyone.
>
> 1.  The Wheels at Wood car show is Sept 25, 2021, 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM. Includes live music show.
>
> 2. The Pep Boys on Ridge Pike in Andorra is having a car show in their parking lot on Sat. July 17th. - sent in by Larry Spitzer - I do not have any more details
>
> 3. If someone/ or more than one person who attended MG2021 could do a write up about it and include pictures, many of those that could not make it would love to see and hear about it.
>
> Thanks
>
> Lambert
>
> President PMGC
> Nuffield News Editor
> LLiebel@...
>
> “Keep Calm and Safety Fast”
>
>
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