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Three Hours to Vegas

By Ron Zayas I was in Las Vegas starting my first year of college. With the leftover proceeds from my student loan (Who needs books?), I had $500 of stake money and I knew exactly what I wanted: an MG convertible. I credit a friend’s father (a transplanted Oxford grad, who went on to work…

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Garage Hero

By David Stuursma- and with the 6-pack crew, too I’m a lurker. One of my daily tasks is to log onto the 6-Pack.org Forum and keep a lookout for conversations about Moss Motors, our parts and our service. There are other Moss employees on other forums, too. Online forums are a fantastic resource for many…

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A Body Reborn

by Dennis Oldland When I became the current steward of a ’60 TR3A, it was British Racing Green with a brown interior that wouldn’t have been too bad…in a boat! [1] The previous owner had carefully crafted a wooden dash and wooden door panels and they looked nice, but… Realizing how much work the owner…

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First Love

By Bryan Hutchinson It is about 3:30 in the morning and I am exhausted from the grueling past 28-hour journey. My mind is in overdrive and I am pondering this question: “What car first made me fall in love?” From the beginning it was the MG—first the marque as a whole and quickly one particular…

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Loud Pedal

By Robert Goldman A million years ago, seemingly, I was standing by the fence taking photos at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca’s famous corkscrew. A gentleman strolled up and started to chat. The conversation meandered about, and eventually drifted into the realm of Piper Cubs. Two things I know about the Cub, it was the aircraft…

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Car Club Tips

By Greg Prehodka In November 2011 I moved from NJ to Nazareth, Pa, and joined two MG clubs and one British car club near my new home. At all of them, the folks in charge asked me something like “If you have any ideas for things we can do, let us know.” Well, that got…

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Get Out and Drive ’em

By Andy Moutenot How do you say goodbye to someone you have known for 46 years? Losing a spouse to deadly cancer can be traumatic. First, the shock, soon followed by anger, then resignation, and finally heartache accompanied by a deep sense of loneliness were all part of my new life. I was lost and…

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Roadtrip to GOF West 2016

By William T. Doyle I got up early on the 25th of June in anticipation of a long drive from Lake Tahoe to Redmond, Oregon to attend GOF West 2016. GOF West is a 5-day car event so I needed to pack enough for a week. I carefully packed my 1976 MGB the night before so…

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British Sports Car Hall of Fame

You come for the cars, but you stay for the people. While this enduring maxim has been applied to all manner of automotive activities, it is especially true in the British sports car hobby, which has been populated with legendary figures and memorable personalities since the vehicles first appeared in significant numbers on American roads…

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Press Release: British Sports Car Hall of Fame

Moss Motors Press Release 11/18/2016: for immediate distribution Moss Motors will host the inaugural British Sports Car Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday, June 2, 2017 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at their Sales and Distribution Facility in Petersburg, Virginia. The British Sports Car Hall of Fame was established in 2016 to honor the…

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