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New Club Members
« on: July 10, 2011, 10:30:54 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 names may appear later.

Richard Burkart, Tallahassee, Florida
Richard has a '77 red B V6 conversion designed by John's Cars.

James Hendricks, Surfside Beach, Florida
He has a 1970 blue royale MGB-GT.

William Ewing, Hillsdale, Michigan
William has a 76 maroon Midget.

Jonathan Knowles, Los Gatos, California
Jonathan has a '65 red B roadster.

Geoffrey Mumford, Twin Lakes, WI

James Small, Napoleon, Ohio

Erik Gebhardt, Clifton Park, New York
He has a '79 brown B.

Robert Crane, Coal Valley, Illinois
Robert has a '70 red B roadster.

William Bould, Union, Missouri

Jeffrey Williams, Arvada, Colorado

C. Reg Dunbar, Greenwell Springs, LA
He has a '72 turqouise B roadster.

John O'Mara, Metuchen, New Jersey
John has a '74 red B.

Steve Carlson, Sterling, Illinois
Steve has a green '77 B.

Jocelyn & David Davis, Columbia, SC
They have a '77 blue B roadster and a '70 British racing green B roadster.

Peter Logan, Syosset, New York
Peter has a '76 white Midget.

Richard N. Compton, New Middleton, Ohio
Richard has an '80 orange B roadster.

Wes Lilley, Centennial, Colorado
Wes has a '67 pale primrose yellow B.

Joe Reece, Dallas, Georgia

Richard Isaacson, Ocean Township, NJ

Jon R. Smith, Babbit, Minnesota
Jon has a '77 red B roadster.

James L'Episcopo, Elizabethtown, NY
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