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A community for enthusiasts of the pre-war Morris Minor

Out and about in the Netherlands…

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Despite the recent atrocious weather in parts of western Europe, the sun has managed to shine from time-to-time.  This Fred van Hetbosbad shot of his 1930 MG Le Mans replica Midget (DZ-00-89) was taken on a recent outing  at a popular coffee shop in his region of the Netherlands.

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More rally images added…

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A further selection of rally images taken by Ken and Kate Martin have been added to the rally gallery page here.

Marches Rally Image Gallery Added

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The initial images from the rally weekend have been added to the website and can be found here.

The Lazy Guide to Rust Removal

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Joe Rayner has written his Lazy Guide to Rust Removal which, as the article title suggests, removes the necessity for excessive exertion on the part of the 'remover'! The item…

1932 Morris Eight Salesman’s Manual

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Morris Motors produced extremely detailed, well illustrated and model specific  'Salesman's' manuals for their dealer chain sales force. Apart from a full technical specification as would be expected, they even…

IOTW no.589

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 GE 5860 is Glasgow registered 1929 Morris Minor Saloon. It was almost certainly constructed as a Coachbuilt model as this late thirties photograph show the variant’s Kopalapso roof in an open position. However, it’s clear that the roof has been (badly) re-canvassed at some point, while the A pillar mounted spotlight and bulb horn were not uncommon accessories.

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Triple M corner no.233

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The Triple M series of MG’s all belong to a family of models that commenced with the 1929 MG Midget and continued through to the mid-thirties via a long string of four and six cylinder OHC engined cars that forged the marques identity.

The MG J3 Midget was a two-seater, 746 cc, supercharged version of the J2. This car, registered as MG 2348 was one of just 22 J3’s built and is seen here on an observed hill while taking part in the 1933 MCC London-Edinburgh trial. Driving the car that day was L. Castleton-Knight taking part for the first and last time in that event. Sadly, he failed to finish. (LATplate C613 – Courtesy of Motorsport Images)

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