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 Record Number: 34 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:16 pm 
Name: Martin Poehlmann
Website: None
Location: Germany
Comments:
Hello Jim!
A real nice car presented in a very good page with lots of content, pleases my eyes:-
Glad I found this page.
Regards & octagonally, Martin.

 Record Number: 33 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:15 pm 
Name: Steve Foldhazy
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
Finally caught up with your site, Excellent, Keep up the Good Work,(but I keep my MGBGTV8 tuned and faster).

 Record Number: 32 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:14 pm 
Name: Lina De Petro
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
Thanks for all the useful infomation on this web site. I have just imported a 1994 MGRV8 from Tokyo and this website has been my bible. What a car!! It is absoutley amazing and the biggest head turner.

 Record Number: 31 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:14 pm 
Name: Phil Andrews
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
Jim, I found your web site very informative. We have just purchased a very low milage 95 RV8 and I found the information on your website helped me a lot while I was checking over the car before purchase. The car was complete from the car cover to the wheel chocks with nothing missing. Thanks.

 Record Number: 30 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:12 pm 
Name: Robert Gibb
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
I have read through your Guest Book again & was very impressed with the entries, encouragement & favourable comments you have received from all those fortunate enough to own an RV8. As you are aware I am currently looking around for an RV8 now I have sold my Concours MGA. Keep up the Good work. It is so good to read the many other enthuiasts enjoying their RV8's. Regards Robert Gibb Sydney, NSW Australia.

 Record Number: 29 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:11 pm 
Name: Colin Duncan
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
I am the proud owner of a mint 94 RV* in BRG purchased June 2000. I previously owned a 74 MGB roadster which I owned for 10 years, converted to V8 in 97 which I reluctantly sold to purchase the RV8. Enjoyed your website Jim, I am sure I will use it frequently.

 Record Number: 28 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:11 pm 
Name: Tim Hook
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
Great informative site Jim Well Done! I have a MGRV8 which I reluctantly need to sell. If anyone is interested drop me a email.

 Record Number: 27 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:10 pm 
Name: John Barrass
Website: None
Comments:
Saw one of these on the road for the first time yesterday - Stunning classic MG and yet tastefully updated. Had to show a guy at work what they look like and used your site. Excellent.

 Record Number: 26 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:10 pm 
Name: Xavier van Glansbeek
Website: None
Location: Holland
Comments:
Your website is perfect! Since 1995 I'm owner of a new Dutch Oxford Blue RV8 (1672) Great Car.
During this year I started MGRV8 Register NL. In Holland 21 RV8's were sold and at the moment 15 are in this register. Hope to get them all.
Regards from Holland.

 Record Number: 25 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:09 pm 
Name: De Geest Manu
Website: None
Location: Belgium
Comments:
have just 22 years, I live in Belgium.
It's a marvelous car for me, I am thinking of buying one.

 Record Number: 24 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:08 pm 
Name: Philip Leslie
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
Hi Jim,
Great website, I just sold my MGA to buy an RV8 from Japan.
Regards
Philip Leslie

 Record Number: 23 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:08 pm 
Name: Wynn Rees
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
Very good site.
I'm the proud owner of a 1993 BRG Rv8 in Staffordshire.
Just waiting for the sun to come out for some open topped V8 burbling.

 Record Number: 22 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:07 pm 
Name: Colin Shea
Website: None
Location: Japan
Comments:
A fantastic site, I live in Japan and have 5 for sale!
I can get more!
For more info please email.
Thanks Colin.

 Record Number: 21 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:06 pm 
Name: Paul Moses
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
I love the car & I'd dearly love to own one though I'm still waiting for the prices to drop. In the meantime I can but dream and your website is just the ticket. Great pix, great info, and a great feel of one who really loves these machines. Keep up the good work. Regards from MGBGTV8 1974.

 Record Number: 20 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:06 pm 
Name: Geoff Lewis
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
My RV8 is Oxford Blue 1995, it is a Japanese import with milage of 30K. After quite a few problems, new alternator, clutch master cylinder, front springs etc. I am now very happy with the car especially the glorious V8 engine.

 Record Number: 19 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:05 pm 
Name: Lina De Petro
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
These are great cars! My brother lives in Japan and exports cars to Australia. He is just about to buy an MG RV8 for me...I can't wait.
This website will be very useful to us.
Thanks Lina

 Record Number: 18 Posted: January 1, 2003, 1:50 pm 
Name: Werner Weissmann
Website: None
Location: Austria
Comments:
Hi! I just bought one of the 4 RV8 in Austria; Nr. 2144! It's a great feeling and I'm really proud to join the community!
Greetings from Vienna

 Record Number: 17 Posted: January 1, 2003, 1:49 pm 
Name: Rowland
Website: None
Location: Canada
Comments:
This is one fine MG related web site JIm, I've added your site to the MGCC of Toronto (Canada) and I'm sure other enthusiasts will find your site just as cool.
Cheers Roland

 Record Number: 16 Posted: January 1, 2003, 1:47 pm 
Name: Jerry van Kalleveen
Website: None
Location: Netherlands
Comments:
Very Interesting homepage on this special MG.
My story is that I was the first owner of Woodcote Green 863 from 28 July 1994 until 5 Dec.1995. This car was the 4th sold new in Netherlands. In total 15-20 cars sold new in our country. You cannot argue about colours but I still thimk Woodcote Green is the colour to choose.

 Record Number: 15 Posted: January 1, 2003, 1:47 pm 
Name: David Knowles
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
I was delighted to find your website devoted to one of my favourite MG's. When it came to sorting out the cover photograph for the MGV8 book, I wrote to the MGCC V8 Register, I naturally approached my good friends at Rover Group. They offered to send an RV8 on a transporter or by delivery driver, but as there were only two official Press Cars,they were in some demand. Then I got a call from Dennis Chick, from Rover Group's External Affairs: " we've got an RV8 ( the Woodcote Green Car) with Car Magazine in central london; would it be a problem for you to go and pick it up, and then keep it for weekend, and we'll collect it on monday? "Huh - what a dilemma!" After a lengthy pause of about a nano-second I agreed, and the next morning went into London by the tube to collect the car. One thing in particular sticks in my memory of the journey home, and that was the reaction the car got from other road users and passers-by: they didn't look at me with the concealed envy that a Porche or Mercedes driver might have received, they were all happy and friendly reactions. One small boy on the pavement turned and-suddenly catching sight of the RV8 - His face lit up with an enormous friendly grin. A Porsche 911 driver did a double take on the Albert Embankment and nearly crashed his expensive toy, while the driver of a large van alongside at the traffic lights on the A4 at Chiswick wound his window down and instead of heaping insults at me for driving a "namby pamby" sports car, asked with genuine enthusiasm about the engine under the bonnet. It just proved to me what many of us always knew - MG is the Marque of Friendship, and the management at Rover need to respect the accessible egalitarian root of the affordable sports car. Great site by the way and many thanks for the kind comments about the books.

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