A quart into a pint pot…

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Having successfully covered the 190 miles from Leeds to Gloucestershire for the recent Prewar Prescott event, Ian and Judith Judd were faced with the problem of re-packing MG 703 for the return journey! Kimber’s naming of the car the as the Midget seemed entirely apt at that moment…

McEvoy magic at Prescott…

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‘Blown’ 1932 McEvoy Minor VK 6518 is piloted by Sarah Gibson through the ‘Esses’ at the recent Pre-war Prescott event. Seated alongside Sarah is Simon Hodgins, the owner of a Jensen version  (EC 9783) of Sarah’s car, although his model has been retro fitted with an OHC Minor engine which replaced the original SV unit.

Somewhere in rural England…

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Liz Thomas took this shot of Stuart & Glenda Clark’s 1930 Minor Coachbuilt Saloon during the course of the Moonrakers’ Rally last month. Although the photograph was taken in Wiltshire, the scene is typical of many an English village street in late spring.

Une voiture légère 1929 Morris Minor visitant le château Impney…

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If you weren’t watching the cricket World Cup at Lords, the men’s singles final at Wimbledon or even the British Grand Prix at Silverstone then the place to be to watch exciting live sport was Chateau Impney near Montpellier Droitwich in Worcestershire. It was here that Janie Maeers and Geof Wilson spent the weekend, displaying VJ 1756, Janie’s 1929 Minor Tourer in the grounds of the chateau while the famous Chateau Impney Hill Climb took place around them. (Photo Geof Wilson)

Awakening…

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Brian Barling from Cumbria has owned this 1930 Minor Coachbuilt Saloon (TF 889) from the Fifties, placing it in long term storage in the early Sixties where it remained until just a few weeks ago. It has now been passed on to David Bowman who recently successfully started the car for the first time in over 50 years.

Triple M 2019 Garden Party…

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Peter Green hosted the annual Triple M Garden Party at his South Bucks home on 7th July. Keith Durston reports that the event was very well attended with plenty of M Type Midgets present, their owners celebrating the 90th anniversary of the commencement of Midget production in Oxford in February 1929. (Photo: Keith Durston)

Little & (very) Large…

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London resident, Mick Roberts restored and maintains both of these beautiful cars. The award winning 1932 Minor Two-seater (RB 6357) was the smallest car in the pre-war Morris range while his six cylinder 3.5 litre Morris 25 model (JT 667) probably ranks as the largest car dimensionally  ever to have  left the Cowley works!

Almost there…

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Geof Wilson’s Minor Special ‘Wilson’s Wasp is getting ever-closer to completion. The car, seen here with Janie Maeers at the wheel, is at Geof’s panel beating specialists for a final body fettle.

Another Marlborough Minor…

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Ken Martin reports that this 1931 £100 Minor (EV 719) was spotted at a Morris Register pub meet near Marlborough recently, the female driver pulling-in having seen the collection of Morris cars in the pub car park. Unfortunately, details were not exchanged and she drove off, although not before Steve Knight had taken this photo. The Network’s archive contains just one further image of the car, copied from a DVCA auction ‘ad’ dated March 2013 where it was listed with a guide price of £5-£6K.