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Meet the New Members!
« on: September 24, 2018, 01:10:47 PM »
This topic highlights some of the new members that have joined the club (not the message board) 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!

Chris C Neumeye, Whitelaw, Wisconsin
Chris has a '76 teal B roadster and a '53 MG-TD.

Gary Osborn, North Muskegon, Michigan

John S. V. Smith, Salcha, Alaska
John has an '80 yellow B.

Ken Irwin, Byron, Illinois
Ken has an '80 carmine red B.

Richard Winslow, Seal Beach, California
He has a '73 British racing green B roadster.

Jim & Kathleen Nass, Aurora, Illinois
They have a '79 burgundy Midget.

Michael Conley, Waterloo, Iowa
He has a '68 black tulip B roadster.

Guy Boye, Franklin, Tennessee
Guy has a '71 B.R.G. B roadster.

Steven Carroll, King, North Carolina
Steven has a '66 B roadster.

Skip Shearer, Wheaton, Illinois
Skip has an '80 Brooklandx green B roadster.

Todd Gessert, Brighton, Michigan

Brent Maloney, Falls Church, Virginia

Scott Shuler, Fort Collins, Colorado
He has a '66 B.R.G. B roadster.

Philip Wydra, Fox River Grove, Illinois
Philip has a '73 red B roadster.

David Jonathan, Santa Barbara, California
He has a '64 black B roadster.

Robert E. McCauley, Groton, MA
Robert has a '77 yellow B.

Clifford Maddox, Garden Grove, California
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