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A tale of fathers, sons, and their MGs

By Mark Cutone I believe the year was 1984. I was 15 and my license to drive was still a little way off. My dad’s best friend, Billy had restored a 1953 MGTD – a beautiful crème color with a fawn leather interior that we admired every time he came by the house. With that,…

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June 5 Moss Cars & Coffee is Cancelled

We regret to announce that the Moss Cars & Coffee event scheduled for June 5 has been cancelled and postponed until further notice. Due to ongoing uncertainty around the health safety of public gatherings and in consideration of our customers’ time commitments, we are postponing this large gathering in advance. Please visit the British Sports Car…

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Thanks for the Memories!

By Greg Prehodka Where have the years gone!? I purchased my (not running) MG TD (in sad shape) in 1967 for $350 while I was in college. My dad predicted it would end up in a junkyard – but he let me pursue my dream! As I restored it over the next nine years, it…

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KIDS’ ART ON A CART – Better Than a Barn Find!

By Leo Kob Our 1959 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite’s maiden voyage last October was with the Philadelphia Chapter of the Austin Healey Sports & Touring Club’s (AHSTC) frostbite tour. During a long COVID-safe picnic at Sailor’s Point (on the north side of Lake Galena in Peace Valley Park, Bucks County, PA) we relayed this luv-puppy’s…

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Loud Pedal: Now, And In The Years To Come

by Robert Goldman In the parts business, we talk about being the last manufacturer of buggy whips. When was the last time you saw a horse drawn carriage, outside of Amish country, driving down the road? The story goes, in spite of horse drawn carriages being no longer considered front line transportation, there still has…

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A Very Special Car

By Ted Eayrs Most English sports cars of the 50’s and 60’s still being driven have little or nothing in the way of a complete history of ownership.  For those that do it is usually oral, with little in the way of actual documented evidence.  This was not the case with the 1962 Austin Healey…

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Moss to acquire Victoria British

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: NOVEMBER 20, 2020 After more than 30 years, Victoria British Ltd., a division of Long Motor Corporation, has decided to pass the baton to Moss Motors Ltd. to carry on the tradition of supplying car parts and accessories for British car owners around the world.

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Portland ABFM

By Michael Kotowski Mind if I take a few measurements on this twelve footer?” I ask the guy at the trailer rental lot as I pull out my tape measure. “Go ahead,” he says, eyeing my classic Mini with a hint of suspicion. I measure the rear door and call out to my buddy Jeff,…

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Racing A Marcos on the Nurburgring

By John Sutton As an 80-year-old nutball car-geek I was reading an article about the Nurburgring and it brought back memories. I raced there in 1963 and 1964 in the 500 km race for sportscars, and won the 1000cc Class in 1963. After winning the AutoSport Championship in 1961 where the final was a three-hour…

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A Social Distance Adventure

By Adam Ford ***** 7:30 AM, Saturday, April 25, 2020. The Mini is idling in the driveway. It’s not terribly cold, but we had snow in Vermont just three days prior to this overcast morning. The overnight clouds kept the temperature from falling below freezing, so it was a bit raw, but no frost to…

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