MGRV8.COM's Online Guestbook

Welcome to MGRV8.COM

226 Entries. Displaying page 3 of 12.
ç Previous
Next è
Go to page:

 Record Number: 46 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:23 pm 
Name: Alf Luckman
Website: None
Location: Australia
Comments:
Jim,Have only recently become involved in this business and found your page by accident. It is most enjoyable. All I need is the necessary dollars and I can join you.If you know anybody who would do a straight exchange, RV8 for a MGY Sedan let me know.

 Record Number: 45 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:23 pm 
Name: Richard Maugham
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
Jim, what a joy to visit your site! I'm the owner
of a Caribbean Blue RV8 which is UK Spec. hence no A/C unit. Your correct about the screen rust which rings home with me. Keep enjoying a classic British Motor Car.
Kindest Regards Richard Maugham

 Record Number: 44 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:22 pm 
Name: Ben Piercy-Hughes
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
Great site with great detail.
Thanks
Ben

 Record Number: 43 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:21 pm 
Name: RWP Rover V8
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
Hello V8 Enthusiast,
Did you know there is a special Rover V8 chatgroup. This group was formed by Rene Winters and gives you all information about Rover V8's.
Mail: Rover-V8@yahoogroups.com.

 Record Number: 42 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:21 pm 
Name: Gennarp Cantalupo
Website: None
Comments:
Interested in buying an MGRV8 soon. I was the owner of a 1960 MGA a long time age.
Please send information.
Thanks
Gennaro

 Record Number: 41 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:20 pm 
Name: John Perkins
Website: None
Comments:
Jim: I like your RV8 site, I found navigating the screens easy. My only suggestions: 1. I assume the featured car is yours, you should tell
your story. 2.I wish you could add a wallpaper & screen saver.

 Record Number: 40 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:20 pm 
Name: Mike
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
Great site with superb information and pictures.
I own a red RV8 which appears to be very rare.

 Record Number: 39 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:19 pm 
Name: Heath Downes
Website: None
Location: England
Comments:
I've been selling MG Rover product here in the UK for around 12 years now. I have the original product brochure complete with the leather binder from when the RV8 was first launched.......and now I have the car to go with it. A Woodcote Green RV8, 2095, built on 11th October 1995 and exported to Japan. Brought back in to Blighty for me to buy on 3rd September 2002. And feel like a very lucky man indeed. The car is perfect. Congratulations on the site. It's fantastic. Heath.

 Record Number: 38 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:19 pm 
Name: Mike Haag
Website: None
Location: United States of America
Comments:
Very nice site, full of great info. I'm the President of the Tidewater MG Car Club in southeast Virginia. I also maintain our club website www.mg.org and I'd like to link your site to our webpage. My ultimate dream car,wish we could import them to the States.

 Record Number: 37 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:18 pm 
Name: Simon O'Connell
Website: None
Location: New Zealand
Comments:
Firstly, I wish to say how interesing & enjoyable I found your webpage, congratulations!.
I'm a car importer in Christchurch N.Z. I currently have a 94 RV8 with only 10000 Kms in Japan for sale. Anyone interested please contact me at import@ihug.co.nz.
Regards Simon

 Record Number: 36 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:17 pm 
Name: Christian Warman
Website: None
Location: United Kingdom
Comments:
What a great site, Jim. I have just bought the seventh RV8 off the line 258 in BRG and it is the envy of all my friends. I live in London and so far I am finding the main dealers are losing interest in the car which is a shame. Loved the car from its launch.

 Record Number: 35 Posted: January 1, 2003, 3:16 pm 
Name: Jeff
Website: None
Location: United States of America
Comments:
I loved looking over your site today. We in the states missed out on the RV8 & the MGF because Rover & BMW didn't want to compete with itself. I miss the old days of turning SU's. There are many of us on this side of the pond that regret the day MG closed its doors.

 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.

226 Entries. Displaying page 3 of 12.
ç Previous
Next è
Go to page:
Welcome to MGRV8.COM

HyperBook Guestbook v1.30 Copyright © 2001-6 by Thomas R. Pasawicz. All rights reserved. • Click here for more info.