Monthly Archives: August 2018

Scuffed seats?

anybody got one as bad as this? Apparently it’s a common problem.

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faded red no more!

The grp wings on the Mog had faded quite considerably over the last couple of years , and polishing, T-cutting, even WD40 had little effect. The other day, Mike Lynch told me about Polytrol: a pigment restoring compound. I bought … Continue reading

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The Grand Prix circuit that never was…

A couple of huge crashes elsewhere put paid to this, but if you drive around the roads that would form the circuit, you can just imagine what a superb circuit it would have been. Derbyshire circuit

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It’s all Bowls!

Well, a couple of times a week it is! Friday afternoons, we have the Gents Vets Doubles series, and this is our successful B Team, who are the League Champs this year! The observant amongst you may note there is … Continue reading

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Years ago, fifteen maybe…

I decided the time was right to buy a Mog. The best way to start, I was told, was to join the Morgan Sports Car Club, go along to a local meeting, and chat. So I did just this, attended … Continue reading

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One of my jobs today…

to remove the remains of a bolt that had rusted and sheared, from Ogwen, the loco currently under restoration. I pop-marked the centre, drilled it, drilled it bigger, and bigger still, then removed the remains of the thread, re-tapped it, … Continue reading

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Mog Day at Wortley Top Forge

Three wheelers and four, a good crowd gathered for a guided tour and general natter. Nice to catch up with some Mogsters I’d not seen for a while…. Wortley Top Forge used to be one of the foundries where railway … Continue reading

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