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Tmann Truman D
Scarbro, WV, USA   USA
Hello, Tmann from WV-USA
Have wanted a Morris Minor for years, and finally found it!
It's a 1966 convertible, appears to have been extremely well maintained. 53,000 mi. on it.
I look forward to driving it around, and also maintaining it.
Any information on the car , as well as advice on the care of it are very welcome.


Thanks, and glad to have found the forum


Tmann

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tonton Tony Goninan
Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia   AUS
1950 Morris Minor "The Frog"
Looks very nice. Congratulations.
Tony

0123 Mike D
Biddulp, Staffs, UK   GBR
Whose toast landed jam up then thumbs up

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rusty bucket Cam H
Baltimore, Maryland, USA   USA
What the hey ! 1953 BUICK Roadmaster bullet holes in the bonnet ??

Very nice looking car with jazzy red interior - sweet looking convertible...
Wait till autum inWV when the leaves change for everybody wanting to take a ride !!

Later,
Cam

0123 Mike D
Biddulp, Staffs, UK   GBR
Look more like they came orf a '53 Special to me Cam smiling smiley

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jasaco James COHEN
Philadelphia, PA, USA   USA
Greetings from Philadelphia, PA, USA. Am the proud steward of a 1968 Traveller. Has been stuck in the garage for the past 3 years, needing brake work but I recently took care of that and am now enjoying toodling around the neighborhood once again, running short errands and chatting about the car with the generally amazed populace. This is also car show season around here, so I'll probably attend a few, but unlikely to "enter" into the competition, as I always get stuck in the category with English sportscars. Of course, that's just such a different aesthetic that it makes no sense to put my Moggie in competition with an MG or a TR-6. Moggies are about style, not speed!

Anyway, glad to rejoin this community now that I'm back on the scene. Here's a recent photo taken after Moggie forced me to turn into some stranger's driveway and get out to take pictures. Fortunately they weren't home but I like to think they wouldn't have minded even if they had been home... winking smiley

Cheers,

Jim


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0123 Mike D
Biddulp, Staffs, UK   GBR
Nice jam, shame about the house yawning smiley)

Here's yer proper Moggie,
to help you realise why you
get put amongst the riff-raff.

Try calling it a Rolls. I daresay
it'll get you amongst proper jamsthumbs up.

Rolls down hills Ok,
but can hardly get
up the other side smiling smiley



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laurentbricout Laurent Bricout
Lille, nord, France   FRA
Welcome James ! One more traveler! Mine is from 1970, and it is visible on the roads of the north of France (near Lille); yours is very beautiful in this color!


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Laurent

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