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The Tumultuous Life of the 1967 Paris Motor Show Morgan

The Tumultuous Life of the 1967 Paris Motor Show Morgan

| August 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’m sure many of you have undertaken a partial restoration of a Mog at one point or another, but how many have started from scratch? In the early eighties, Frenchman Patrick Rousseau proved it can be done, and in doing so, brought back to life a 1967 Competition 4/4 Roadster

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Guest Author: ‘WHAT HAVE I DONE?’ PART 2

Guest Author: ‘WHAT HAVE I DONE?’ PART 2

| January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Brad “Coveralls” King Special thanks to author Brad King and Frank Wnek, editor of The Morganeer, the Journal of the 3/4 Morgan Group, Ltd. for allowing us to reproduce this article. The Fellowship of the Wing(s) Where was I? Oh yes, sobbing quietly to myself at the sight of Molly’s bare bones in the […]

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Guest Author: ‘WHAT HAVE I DONE?’

Guest Author: ‘WHAT HAVE I DONE?’

| October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

There’s a moment in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai when Colonel Nicholson suddenly realizes his folly in trying to prevent the destruction of his bridge and mutters this immortal line before falling on the plunger, thus sending more lumber than you’ll see in Home Depot plummeting south. And so it seems with me and my latest (seeming) folly in the wonderful world of Morgans.

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Rare 1967 Morris Mini Cooper S Sprint Restoration/Conversion

Rare 1967 Morris Mini Cooper S Sprint Restoration/Conversion

| August 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

This Story of the Month comes from our friends over at British Sports Cars. This car is a very rare 1967 Morris Mini Cooper S Sprint by Wood & Pickett.

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