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New Club Members

Started by amgba, October 16, 2014, 09:20:49 PM

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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.

Robert Silverman, Redondo Beach, CA
Robert has a '68 red B.

Glen Maxwell, Athens, Illinois
Glen has a '72 red B roadster.

Bobby Reed, Louisville, Kentucky
The membership was a birthday gift from his daughter, Emily Winstead.

Melanie Arnold, Crandall, New York
Melanie has a '79 cherry red B.

Larry R. Ash, Centralia, Illinois
Larry has a '77 burgundy B.

David Bland, Oriental, North Carolina
David has a '72 black B.

Philip Metcalfe, Brimfield, Illinois
Philip has a '69 British racing green B.

Paul Detkowski, Lake Orion, Michigan

Jerry Herring, Dothan, Alabama

Constance Burnside, Meridian, Mississippi
Constance has a '73 harvest gold B roadster

Rick Chandler, Myrtle Beach, SC
Rick has a '53 MG T.

Robert Baker, Groton, Connecticut
Robert has a '72 aqua B roadster.

Michael Mandeville, Dudley, MA
Michael has a '79 dark blue B roadster.

Geoff & Ann Rogers, Shutesbury, MA
They have a '66 brown Midget, a '65 red Midget and a '74 Midget.

Vin Dellova, Durham, New Hampshire
Vin has a '76 blaze B.

George Phariss, Ivanhoe, Illinois
George has a '78 russett brown B.
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