Welcome to the Summer 2010 issue of Moss Motoring. Immerse yourself in a vast range of stories that range from personal profiles, to technical advice, and more. We promise it’s a ride worth your while. Browse the articles below.

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Fresh Rubber – Getting the right tire for the job

New tires provide better handling and safety, plus vintage looks Old cars are a thrill…old tires are a hazard. While our beloved Austin-Healeys, MGs and Triumphs sit idle in the garage, the tires they stand on are hardening, cracking and crumbling away due to aging and the environment. Many purists want to keep their classic…


TR4 Resto Leads to New Career

Bill Thomas of Frenchtown, New Jersey, is one of those guys the rest of us idolize. He left his corporate job to follow his passion and is making a living doing it. And his passion happens to be British cars. It all began for him at just four years old. The red vertical slats and…


The Healey Heat Shield Project

Attention to detail yields proper kits for the big Healeys We don’t always wind up where we intended to go. A couple of years back, we received a complaint about our heat shield kit for the Austin-Healey 100 (BN1 and BN2). The complaint came to me because I own a BJ8. I don’t know nearly…


Richard Liddick, MG Leader

Richard Liddick admits he has a problem when it comes to MGs: “I can’t say no.” That’s why he’s Chairman of the North American MGB Register (NAMGBR) and president of MGs of Baltimore, and owns three MGs that he uses for different purposes. “I love that British car owners wave at one another. It’s a…


Pull-Handle MGBs: The Purest Form of an MGB

To gush enthusiasm and express affection for MGBs, which held the record as the world’s top-selling sports car for decades, we should really go back to the original model that debuted to the public in 1963. That’s when car enthusiasts first fell in love with them. MG designers Syd Enever and Don Hayter must have…


As the Gavel Falls – Classic Car Auctions

They’re the automotive equivalent of reality TV: today’s televised collector car auctions. Once the domain of just those in the know, these events have become a big deal thanks to their big prices, big lights, big ratings and big excitement. There’s a method to this sensory overload, assuming you can take in the whole picture….


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