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How to Ruin a Car Show

It’s easy. Just tell a proud owner you’re putting their car in this class, when they want to be in that one. I’ve seen it happen before, and likely been responsible myself. After hosting the British Car Festival in California for five years, and now preparing for our second Motorfest next summer, we’re still trying…

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Healey Helpers

I have been asked to provide a female perspective about the Tech Team of our Ohio Valley Austin-Healey Club. My credentials? I’m a Healey wife who has observed this team at work. Now I can identify a transmission—when it’s out from under the car, that is. While I prefer things clearly labeled, these fellas thrive amongst…

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The Value of Joining a Club

March 2012 I invested in a LBC, it is a 1967 Austin-Healey Sprite. I found the car on Craig’s list and was debating between that and a MGB. Well I really wanted the Austin-Healey, so I purchased it without really knowing too much about the car. Now I am learning more and more about the…

Through the Windscreen: Spring 1998

In the last issue of Moss Motoring, we posed the question, “Are there too many British car clubs and are there too many British car meetings in the course of a year?” Thank you for the many responses you wrote, faxed, and emailed to me offering your opinions. At the outset, let me say that…

Through the Windscreen – Summer 1994

“Hi de Ho good neighbors”- as Wilson would say! And if you don’t know what I’m talking about you probably don’t watch one of the funniest shows on television – Home Improvement on ABC. In this series Tim Allen plays a do-it-yourself type of guy who has his own TV show on the subject. Hence…

Forming a British Car Club

Much of the fun of owning a sports car is sharing its trials and tribulations with other people who have the same kind of car. But what if you’ve just bought your first sports car and don’t know of any clubs in your area. Well you could contact Moss Motors who maintain a comprehensive directory…

British Car Fun & Games

Many local clubs arc now contemplating organizing small tests of driving skill in what are known as funkhanas. a word which comes from a juxtaposition of Fun and Gymkhana. It’s difficult sometimes to know exactly what kind of test to arrange which will let the participant have run, and at the same time not damage or…

The Club Scene – Summer 1993

Lots to get through this issue, but first I’ll update you on the progress of some of your colleagues In adversity – the British sports car owners within the Moss crew! Our esteemed Editor is currently driving her MG TF, due to her TR6 undergoing an extensive facelift in the metal department, but rumor has…

Club Scene, Winter 1992

We last left you somewhere “back east”, during this summer of quite bizarre weather, but eventually the Pacific Ocean again came into view through the windscreen, some 11,000 miles and 86 nights after we left Goleta in June! Driving down scenic Highway 1 through Monterey, from Palo Alto, gave us the opportunity to review our…

The Club Scene – Fall 1992

Go east, young man! Once again, we’ve hauled the Mossmobile away from the California sunshine and over the Rockies to yet another season of British Car events back east. However, before we started out we had an exciting weekend on the west coast with a tremendously successful MG Marque Day and the conclusion of the…

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