End of mid life crisis?

1 month 1 week ago #191858 by Keymaster
I have now had my F a little over six years, and my TF five years. It was said then that I was having a mid life crisis; so now as I approach 60 can I therefore assume the mid life crisis is over?
If that is the case then obviously the next stage is the end of life crisis,.....its a bit glum, but I have requested to my family that when I die I am to be put into my F and crushed into a cubic metre block with my buttocks showing and a rose or two to be inserted, and placed into the centre of the garden.
Don't know or care how the scrapyards going to sort that, but I think its a great idea! :spank:
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1 month 1 week ago #191859 by sworkscooper
Oh my , did that make me laugh ! It reminded me a bit of a Billy Connoly joke that the big yin told on The Parkinson show . Hopefully you won't be calling on the breakers yard for a few years yet .
John
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1 month 1 week ago #191861 by talkingcars
My kids will be fighting over my F and my T16 maestro, they'd ignore me if I requested the same.


Home to black MGZS180, yellow MGZS180, blue MGZR160, green MGF VVC and red MG Maestro T16.

MG - the friendly marque.

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1 month 1 week ago - 1 month 6 days ago #191863 by El gordo escoces
I bought my first mgf when I was the wrong side of 60 some 7 years ago. I was asked many times if I was having a mid- life crisis. I took it as a great compliment :woohoo: :woohoo: I now have an f and a tf. My younger brother (who will be sixty in march ) has two F s. Eck and Wally. Three of the four were purchased out of a scrap yard. I've checked the boots this morning in case there are any former owners inside. !!!!
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1 month 1 week ago #191864 by mgbv8mike
Keymaster...I can categorically state that playing with MG's extends the mid-life crisis indefinitely, I have A TF160 and a V8 B roadster, (which I have had since the commencement of my mid-life crisis nearly 20 years ago).
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1 month 1 week ago #191868 by Keymaster
Ah yes I remember that John, but the Big Yin only wanted to park his bike.
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1 month 1 week ago #191869 by Keymaster
Looks like I will be applying for an extension to my mid life crisis then!

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1 month 1 week ago #191872 by Polyplast
It´s not a mid life crisis. I am 70, and a proud owner of an MGF Trophy.
I bought my first MG in 1967 just before I was 18. An MG TF 1954.
I have been through Austin-Healey, Triumph, Jaguar, Allard (!) and many more.
It is a life time crisis.
The only problem is that as you age, the cars become faster than you.
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1 month 1 week ago #191873 by Leigh Ping
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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1 month 1 week ago #191878 by Bertl
could it be that all the marketing specialists are wrong and we elderly gentlemen don't want SUVs in real life but a F/TF is the one and only senior carrier? :drive:

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