Hi Rachel ,
After six years, I'm somewhat hit or
miss about reading/posting on the
message boards so it took me
quite a while to discover your Roadstergal
site. As you can
see from the pics, I'm a roadstergal of long standing.
fact, you can see me standing next to my FIRST roadster (circa
with my '49 Baby Buick),
next to my SECOND roadster (circa
1973 with my '52 MGTD)
standing next to my my THIRD roadster (circa October 2002 with my
'97 1.9) That is my little sis with her "brand new to her"
98 1.9 to my left.
baby sis and I presently encouraging our
older sis to get her
RED Z3 now!! We three live and commute in great
in California; Santa Rosa (moi), Santa Barbara and Santa
talk about fantastic roads and beautiful scenery .Top down
at least 11 months out of the year.
So you can add at least two more
Roadstergals to your group: Elaina
and Melinda (baby sis),
sisters from California!
I have a fabulous commute to work
each day on the 20 miles of twisties between
Santa Rosa, where
I live, to Guerneville, where I work. Every day is
on vacation (except when I actually walk into the office!).
in spite of what is genarally believed about the Russian
valley, the roads and towns are hardly ever flooded. But
as my car is
going on six years old I realize that it is time
to band together with
other knowledgeable Z3ers to keep the
TOADSTER going in fine form.
the old MG it was an
absolute necessity to travel in packs. That way
always some one to help push, tape or rewire your car.
typical greeting at GOF,Gathering of Faithful, was "Have
fallen off yet?". TD OURS", my husbands'
and my TD, had her doors
bunjeed to the parking brake, crude
Z3 Girl Groups
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