Friday, July 03, 2009

A very sad day at the MG restorers

This is very sad. The recession depression is affecting more than just the big American auto companies.  MG enthusiast John Twist of University Motors in Michigan, whose MG tips and tricks on YouTube have made him a popular figure with MG owners everywhere, is closing down his own business restoring and maintaining MGs after thirty-four years in the trade, due to declining economic conditions.  Below is the sad day when the signs come down.  And here’s the video of his sad announcement, which includes a neat look at the classic sports cars from right across the States he’s restoring as the shutters come down.

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Anonymous LGM said...

Why is he quitting?

BTW, who owns the brand now? Is it the Chinese Roewe organisation?

LGM

7/03/2009 04:21:00 pm  

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