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Clubmember "Garage Tour" on a Saturday morning in New Jersey. Garage of Denis Nelson.
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Car Club Tips

By Greg Prehodka In November 2011 I moved from NJ to Nazareth, Pa, and joined two MG clubs and one British car club near my new home. At all of them, the folks in charge asked me something like “If you have any ideas for things we can do, let us know.” Well, that got…

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Someone Needs to Start a Car Club

It was love at first sight 12 years ago when I first saw my 1951 MG TD with those big chrome headlights and very British cutaway doors. I knew little about British roadsters, and next to nothing about these slow, leaky, and utterly charming vehicles from seemingly Victorian-era British automotive design. The old MG was…

Starting and Maintaining a British Car Club

Moss Motoring Fall 1988 Stretched nearly the full block was a solid rank of British cars carefully backed into place as though ready for Le Mans. It was a good cross-section: Healeys, most of the post-war MGs, Jags and Triumphs, Mini-Coopers and a few pre-war cars. Not bad for an Iowa, two-sweater day in early…

Through the Windscreen: Spring 1999

Well folks, here we go again! After the long winter of our discontent, including military action, political shenanigans, and everyone telling us what’s bad/good for us, we can escape from all this and into the wonderful world of our little British cars during the year ahead. What do we have to look forward to? Many,…

The Classic Car Show in Birmingham

Following my article in the last issue of Moss Motoring in which I recounted tales of the TR Register’s huge summer show, I feel that a few words about what we British get up to with our classic cars during the notoriously wet and windy English winter season might be of interest. Not being blessed…

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…

The Club Scene: Fall 1995

Hope all of you out there are all having a great season of British motoring fun, attending some of the events listed in our exclusive, giant British car meet calendar published in “Moss Motoring.” We are well into it, with the Moss Road Show having taken the Mossmobile across country to meet and greet customers old and…

At Full Chat: Summer 1995

A few months ago, I was invited to Goleta to serve on a panel assembled to judge a number of British enthusiast club publications. It was to prove a gratifying experience, one that left me optimistic regarding the future of the sports car fraternity (sorority, too). I was reminded of my tenure decades ago as…

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Morris Minors: New Love for an Old Classic

(On our travels around the country with the Moss Road Show, we’ve been struck by the large numbers of Morris Minors and their enthusiastic owners we met. So we asked Tony Burgess of the Morris Minor Registry to give us an update on the “Mighty Minor” scene in the U.S. today. —Ed.) The Morris Minor…

Through the Windscreen – Fall 1994

Hope you are all enjoying this great summer of sports car motoring. We’ve been to some terrific events this past few weeks and we still have nearly half the season to got I was thinking the other day how lucky we are to be able to drive our cars whenever, and almost wherever, we wish,…

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