Tagged british classic cars

My TR3
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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…

Austin Healey
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The British Marque – A Family Affair

By Joe Gliemmo British cars have been part of my life for as long as I can remember. My Dad had an Austin-Healey 100 from the time I was 6-7 until I was 16. It was some time before I figured out why he’d sold it. He had a ‘54 model, then a ‘59 during…

14. All tucked in for the night in the staff parking lot at The Majestic
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2018 Central Coast British Car Club Mille Tour

2018 Central Coast British Car Club Mille Tour by Joel Justin Background and Trip Prep After last year’s successful Central Coast British Car Club Mille, there was no doubt about having another. In fact, Neal and I started our planning in August, shortly after returning. Wanting to avoid some of the route “issues” we had…

Rosey
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Rosey

Rosey By Bill Pugh  It all began in 1985, when our daughter came to me for advice on buying her first car. She had her eyes on a Miata, and after thinking a while, I remembered some good advice I’d heard somewhere, “Every young woman should have one red convertible”. And so she did! Many…

TR 1957-casper
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Casper

Casper’s Story By Bill Pugh  It all began way back in 1957 when I acquired the new 1957 Triumph TR3 hardtop (this was the Midwest) with wire wheels and overdrive. I was just a young Navy Petty Officer then, and AnnaBelle was still a Nursing student. Going to the Electronics School in Memphis, I met…

A Call to Arms…From the Cockpit

I make no apology for returning to this subject, after the hints we dropped in the last issue of Moss Motoring By now most of you will have heard about the proposed “clunker” bills circulating around Washington D.C. Such legislation would remove older cars from the road, and have them crushed to reduce air pollution…

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