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New Club Members
« on: January 11, 2015, 08:28:22 PM »
This topic highlights some of the new members that have joined the club the since the last issue of the Octagon and is the same list that appears in the latest Octagon club magazine. Welcome to the Club!

Recent members may appear in a later topic.

Charlie Crosby, Northfield, Vermont
Charlie has a '79 orange B roadster.

Nicholas Pappas, McKinney, Texas
Nicholas has a '75 B Rover V8 conversion.

Robert Jorglewich, Holbrook, New York
He has a '70 red B roadster.

Frank Guzauskas, Gastonia, NC
He has a '72 orange Midget.

Billie Maupin, Saint Charles, Missouri

George Martnez, Bronx, New York

Rick Comollo, Belle Mead, New Jersey
Rick has a '71 red B.

Richard Meservey, Cary, Illinois
Richard has an '80 black B Limited Edition.

Eric Sotnek, Georgetown, Massachusetts
The membership was a gift from Nancy.

Richard Meservey, Cary, Illinois
Richard has an '80 black B Limited Edition.

James Schmidgall, Clover, South Carolina
He has a white '74 1/2 B-GT.

Gregory Wood, Delmar, Delaware

Eric Jordan, Ashland, Kentucky

John Wheeler, West End, North Carolina
John has a '71 British racing green B roadster.

Andrew Holmstrom, Chicago, Illinois
Andrew has a '77 blue B roadster.

Brad Curtis, St. Simons Island, Georgia
Brad has a '64 red B.

Donald L Corriveau, Cumberland, RI
Donald has an '80 black B roadster.
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