Tom Tollett donates 1953 MG TD Roadster to Galveston Bay Foundation

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Tom Tollett, owner of Tommy’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar, is offering his 1953 MG TD roadster as a generous donation to the Galveston Bay Foundation. There’s a little over 1,000 miles on this elegant class 1 sports car. This two-seater certified classic car has 2 barrel, 4 speed, with excellent performance and meticulous restoration. The fair market retail value is $48,000. Those interested in purchasing this remarkable vintage English sports car, please contact Michael Kamins at mdk7997@aol.com. The Galveston Bay Foundation’s mission is to protect and enhance the Galveston Bay for future generations. The Galveston Bay Foundation provides science-based environmental education programs to thousands of students in the Houston Bay Area and provides opportunities through advocacy programs for all citizens and organizations to take action. Their water programs help keep our precious bay clean. Galveston Bay plays a central role in conserving land, water, and wildlife as well as connect people in the community.

Join the Gulf Coast Mariner and Bay Area Houston Magazine by supporting the Galveston Bay Foundation, a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving our thriving waterfront community.

One Comment to “Tom Tollett donates 1953 MG TD Roadster to Galveston Bay Foundation”

  1. Concerned says:

    Nice tax break, but the money would be better spent on the science of water quality, post ITC fire. Priorities folks! If GBF actually cares about the bay, they’ll put this money toward answering these questions before constructing their new offices which will displace acres of native prairie which GBF is not and has not proven to be able to maintain or restore.

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