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The Colonel’s TD

By Gerry Strachan I am a transplanted “Brit” who arrived in this country as a member of “Her Majesty’s Diplomatic Corp” in 1978, and expected to return to U.K. in 1981 after a three-year “tour of duty” at the British Embassy. Two years later, I decided I wanted to stay in the USA for a…

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Around the World in an Austin Healey

By David and Judy Caswell How many people do you know whose car went around the world? I mean literally around the world? My Austin Healey did, and this is the story. It started back in 1956 when I was transferred to a squadron based in Port Lyautey, Morocco. The squadron was comprised of only…

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Press Release: $500 Moss Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Moss Motors customer, Bob Krohn! At the conclusion of a recent email promotion, Bob’s name was drawn at random to receive a $500 Moss Motors gift certificate. Enjoy your windfall, Bob. We will look forward to your upcoming spending spree soon! Founded in 1948, Moss Motors is the oldest and also the largest…

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Press Release: Upholstery Shop Improvements

March 29, 2017 — For Immediate Release In an effort to improve on the already high quality of our line of upholstery products, Moss Motors has purchased a state-of-the-art cutting machine. “The flat-bed die cutter is exceptionally precise, the cuts are clean and exactly consistent every time, and as a result, there is very little…

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Retrofitted and Supercharged

By Lorn Guidry I am a retired airport screening officer and I still enjoy my Brooklands green 1980 MGB like the first day I bought it back in 1995.  It was not much to look at back then, with its rubber bumpers and an under-powered motor that burned oil.  The Roth Style wheels were painted black and…

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Press Release: British Sports Car Hall of Fame

  Moss Motors to host British Sports Car Hall of Fame Ceremony “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…

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Poetic MG

By Jan Sauls I bought my ’73 MGB from Paul Naylor Motors in August of 1973, brand new of course. It has been a very reliable car at 65K miles and is completely original. It still has original points, condenser, fuel pump, paint, and top. My son Matt is the owner of a ’74 GT and…

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Recovering a History- Do you know this MGA?

By Harry Buberniak Back in the 60’s, my dad had two project cars that were on his waiting list to be freshened up. One was a 1955 thunderbird with the steering wheel on the left and the other was a 1953 MGTD with the steering wheel on the right. Both cars were in running condition but…

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Reborn- 1959 TR3A

By Bob Swanson My story begins when I was 10 years old, in the early 60’s. That’s when I saw my older brother, home on leave from the Naval Air Station, pull up in front of the house in a black 1959 TR3A. I immediately fell in love with that car. Fast forward to 1969- and yes,…

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2016 Motoring Challenge… It’s a TIE!!!

By David Stuursma “I got everything but Hawaii and Nunavut.” I read this twice. It wasn’t that I didn’t understand what I read the first time through. Nope. Two different people wrote the same sentence to me. I couldn’t be happier announcing a two-way tie for 1st place. What a Challenge 2016 turned out to…

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