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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…


Ssh… I’ve Got a Secret

by Robert Goldman Actually, I’ve got two secrets, and they’re busting at the seams to get out. They say, if you tell too many people it won’t be a secret any more, so please don’t share what I am about to tell you, except with folks you trust. Ten plus years ago, we relocated our…


Moss Motorfest—What a Show!

With car shows—as in life and chocolate-filled boxes—you never know what you’re going to get. One of the draws to attending these events is the chance to see the previously unseen or gaze again upon an old favorite from the past. Typically, appreciating truly rare automobiles requires a trip to Pebble Beach or Amelia Island…


60 Years of Moss Motors

Celebrating the Diamond Anniversary 1948 to 2008 Story and photography by Moss Staff Editors Note: As a Moss customer for over 20 years I consider the Moss 60th Anniversary to be especially noteworthy. There are just a handful of companies catering to enthusiasts that can match the breadth and range of products that Moss offers…


2005 British Extravaganza

Moss and VARA celebrate a decade of success By Ken Smith It hardly seems possible that a decade has passed since I took my little sportscar up to what seemed to be the end of the world. In 1996, Dr. Dan Longacre (who raced a 1964 MGB at that time) and The Vintage Auto Racing…


Editorial: Inside Moss R&D

Our commitment to manufacturing exciting new products By Robert Goldman You might think we would have run out of new product ideas by now. After all, it’s been 25 years since the last classic British sportscars rolled off the line. The facts are that we’re busier than ever imagining, designing, and fabricating our way through…

Inside Moss Motors Upholstery Shop

Our “better-than-factory” factory Sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands. When Moss Motors started having trouble sourcing factory-replacement interior parts, we decided to make our own. That was in the seventies. Fast-forward to today, where we manufacture many British sportscar interior panels, upholstery skins, carpets and other non-heat-welded parts to better-than-original specs….


2004 VARA/Moss British Extravaganza

Number 9 was mighty fine By Tom Morr Photos By Tom Morr Few things are as annoying as a song that sticks in the back of your mind. Personally speaking, the underscore for this year’s VARA/Moss British Extravaganza was number nine, number nine from the Beatles White Album. (The fact that this was the ninth…


Den of Efficiency

A look inside Moss Motors Imagine having a garage with a parts bin that is computerized, cross-referenced, and equipped with a staff of skilled individuals whose job it is to fetch the particular piece you need. Multiply this image until its scale matches that of a modern supermarket, and you have the Moss Motors warehouse….

Through the Windscreen: Fall 1998

First, let me say how much we’ve enjoyed meeting so many of you on the road during our travels with the Mossmobile. We really appreciate the many kind things you have to say about Moss Motors and our staff, and we now look forward to the remainder of the season and meeting even more of…

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