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A Smart Aleck’s Guide to Buying a Spitfire

By Sid Bridge I recently bought my first British Roadster—a 1980 Triumph Spitfire. I wanted an MG or a Triumph ever since I was 12, but I never had the guts to buy one given all the warnings I would get from responsible adults. I’m an adult now. Responsible? That would depend on your definition….

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Twin Cam

By David Clark The Glory Days of the 1930s were long in the past. It had been 20 years since MG was a dominant force, owning records for absolute speed in the classes between 500 and 2,000cc. The engine in their 750cc overhead cam record breaker, EX127, ultimately made 145bhp, supercharged with 39 lbs of…

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SHOW STOPPERS

I admit, I’m timid around people in costume. I didn’t walk up to Beth and Bill until the third time I attended Stowe. I just had to tell them thank you for the extra something special that they bring to the car show. It takes guts (though it seemed natural to them) and work to…

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The Expedition Module and My Triumph TR6

By Abram Perry I put my job on hiatus, packed a bit of camping gear into the boot, and set off down the back roads. It took several months to explore the southwest, hiking the National Parks and BLM land, a wonderful region filled with red rock, canyons, and abundant public lands. Reaching California, the…

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Built to Last

By Ed Sweeney My father is a craftsman. Not by trade, as he spends his days managing an industrial machine shop. Many of the same standards apply, but it’s much less of an artistic endeavor. He saved that skill set for home, which allowed me to observe the process. Rebuilding his MGB in the garage…

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Loud Pedal: The Parking Nightmare

by Robert Goldman Growing up, I suffered the form of nightmares common to many folks. Dreams like falling, or needing to yell but your mouth is full of something and you can’t get it out. Way back when I was a salesman, I dreamed of part numbers and more part numbers. Oddly enough, when I…

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MGB Charity Raffle!

To support the Parkland Education Foundation in Allentown Pennsylvania, Moss customer Barry Dobil is donating his 1969 MGB Roadster. If you’d like to support the foundation and have a chance to win an MGB, you can purchase raffle tickets via this link: MGB RAFFLE TICKETS AND INFORMATION To learn more about the great work of the…

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A Dash of Modern Touch!

TR3A Upgraded With Automation Controls and a Color Touch Screen By Joe Gaglio In 1966 when I purchased my first car – a 1954 Triumph TR2, I began to understand and experience the enjoyment and failings of the British sports cars. Two years later, I sold it and went to college. However in 1974, I…

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Memories of My British Roadsters

By Forrest Struss Most of my high school years in Montana were spent driving a customized 1948 Chrysler. In 1960, I graduated, enlisted in the Army, and was soon stationed in Germany. My first appreciation for British sports cars developed in Germany in 1963 when my good Army friend purchased a new Triumph TR4. I…

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Friendships

Owned, driven and maintained over the years with care and passion, these classic cars have have led to the blossoming of many great friendships. We’ve collected some lovely stories acknowledging these classic friendships, and hope you have as much fun reading them as we did James Beal, Kent, Ohio The Last Beer With MG-TC3418 This…

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