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Meet the New Members!
« on: July 06, 2021, 10:36:17 AM »
This topic highlights some of the new members that have joined the club (not the message board) recently and is the same list that appears in the latest printed Octagon club magazine. Welcome to the Club! Recent members may appear in a subsequent topic.

Richard Vargem Thermal, California

Chanin Barker, Benton, Louisiana

William Wood, Cataula, Georgia

Art Woodworth Jr., Dade City, Florida
Art has a red '74 B roadster and a '71 B-GT.

Larry Stivers, Corydon, Indiana

Pete Alexiou, Magnolia, Texas
He has a '67 beige B-GT.

Lewis Faberman, Scarsdale, New York
Lewis has a '75 maroon B roadster.

Jeffrey Batterton, Boise, Idaho
Jeffrey has a '67 Old English white B roadster.

Gary Decker, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Gary has an '80 black MGB LE.

Michael Merenda, Durham, New Hampshire

Grace C. Fuller, Effingham, New Hampshire - Grace has a '79 green B roadster.

Andre J. Thomas, Las Vegas, Nevada

Tom Webb, Crystal Lake, Illinois
Tom has a '73 bronze yellow Midget and a '67 tartan red B-GT.

Mike Stewart, Martelle, Iowa
Michael has a '79 green B roadster.

Robert Williams, Rossville, Georgia

Ken Milvid, New Orleans, Louisiana
Ken has a '67 yellow MGB roadster that he found in the classifieds on the American MGB association website at www.mgclub.org .

Lee Hempel, Pawleys Island, South Carolina - Lee has a '73 red B roadster.
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