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Old 15th March 2019, 15:53   #31
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Wednesday on the A142 my MK2 MG ZT saved my life as unfortunately i had a head on collision at 60 mph but thaks to my ZT I only suffered a suspected fractured wrist and ebrassions from the seam belt and it was frequently told to me if I was in my 1992 fiesta I’d bee cream crackered

Good grief! Thank goodness both you and the Jag driver are safe!


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Old 19th March 2019, 21:48   #32
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Well,, as George ownership of this fine beast was most likely down to me having a couple of them (we are close friends) I too was naturally shocked at the outcome of the crash.
Suffice to say George, being a young man (19) is fine apart from a fractured bone in hid right hand and some midrif bruising due to the seatbelt tensioner going off like a hellcat. His build quality matches the MG!
Many thanks to the designer of the airbags too as these obviously saved George any further injury.
They say “Pride comes before a Fall”,, and it seems this played out as George only got the car in November 2018 involving a 580 mile round trip to the north east. (Saltburn)
It was love at first sight but the car had been messed about with over the years and needed a lot of love and it certainly got this from George. Only in Feb it received a new set of premium boots, a new black oak dash, a new radiator and condenser and a complete new clutch, expertly fitted by Andi Willy. It was due to receive various other niceties but Sod’s law prevailed.
Hopefully one day he can rejoin the MGR fold but for the foreseeable future it’s gonna be a trusty Ford as an undercarriage.

A big hat off to George and his beloved MG ZT!!

(It falls back to me to convey himself around our “Green and Splendid”!)
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