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I will not go into detail, Google it up to see some great articles, but I will say that observing Bob’s car with one wire wheel, I learnt that the wheels were optioned up with Borrani wire wheels in 1953. The KN MG was a magnificent site, a great credit to Bob’s ability in restoring MG’s, however I feel a greater task is before him with the biscuit, er Arnolt TD.Would you believe that Peter Cundy produced an item of interest to amuse us all, after all it was a big night for the Prewar fraternity or “overhead cammers”.It certainly will be a cracker of a job when finished.The Arnolt MG was a result of American, Italian & English collaboration and is a special Bertone body on a MGTD chassis 1250cc & 1500cc engines.Messers; TD Mc Nabb, Peter Wallace, Simon Ewart, Chris & Heather Bennett, Geoff & Anne Mc Lean, Bob & Shelley Bazzica, Baldrick & Geraldine Hough, Peter Cundy (still looking for parts, Turkey this time), AC (Indian curry munching), Mike Greenwood & Jan, Ronnie Jellet, David Herbert, Tickford Twins Peter & Don.
Bob Bazzica announced that he will sell the RV8 MG obviously to fund the restoration of the “cracker” ATD which needs a lot of help.Ken Burke is the club’s Secretary of the Registers in the club and it was his first visit to keep an eye on us and the goings on maybe?Seriously though he made some good suggestions in collating the vast amount of information on the cars associated with the Prewar & T Type register.Expectations were high to see the recently completed KN MG, the DB5 Aston Martin & the new restoration project the TD Arnolt in the sweatshop due for completion this year says Bob.Ladbrokes have it their books if you want to put some money on meeting the deadline, ha! Bob & Shelly for your great hospitality and generous supper cusine, really appreciated on a cold and wet night. Doug Gordon’s Amilcar racer was a nice welcoming sight in the driveway, thanks Doug.