A Minor abroad…

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John and Jo Nagle have just returned to the U.K. after a cross channel foray to Normandy. Here John is seated in his 1934 Minor Two-seater OW 4224 outside the walls of the beautiful Bayeaux Cathedral and appropriately, adjacent to a flagpole flying the Union Jack.

Geoff’s recent acquisition…

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Geoff Lane from Halstead in Essex has recently purchased GU 1342, the ex David Roscoe, Semi-Sports replica. The car originally left Cowley at the end of March 1929 as a Tourer but was rebuilt as a Semi-Sports model by Dorset restorer David Cooksey in the early part of the last decade. (Photo Geoff Lane)

Unseasonal Hornet…

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This snowy scene featuring Arie Roest’s Jarvis Hornet Special provides a reminder that winter’s passing was only a few weeks ago while our summer rally is just over a month away!

The Network at Beaulieu…

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The Spring Beaulieu Autojumble in the New Forest, Hants is taking place over the weekend 13th/14th May and the Network has a presence thanks to the efforts of member Toby Sears. If you are visiting the event drop-in on Toby and his brother in the red field at stall R293/4.

The high & the mighty…

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Trevor Wilkinson along with his 1934 Minor Two-seater (UN 6979) visited Cardington airfield recently and witnessed, in flight, Airlander 10 the U.K.’s largest aircraft. It has been calculated that 432 Minors could fit into the interior ‘envelope’ of this enormous craft. (N.B. That calculation was carried out on the reverse of the same envelope.)

Land of the windmills…

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Arie and Tineke Roest own this 1930 Hornet Special AM-62-91 and use it regularly to tour the countries of mainland Europe. However, this photograph can only have been taken in their native Nederlands for eight fairly obvious reasons!

A rare opportunity to purchase…

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This long wheel base 1932 OHC Cunard Calshot Minor Special MU 5674 is now ‘available to view’ at Mike Rolls MG Car Sales emporium in Gillingham, Dorset. Just three such cars are known to survive and one of these is subject to a long-term restoration. Therefore this car’s availability represents a rare opportunity for someone to purchase an important piece of Minor history. More images and further details are available on this website’s forum. www.prewarminorforum.com

The Seven slayer…

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Neil Elder’s Minor special features regularly on this page. Neil lives in the Christchurch area of New Zealand and is seen here recently competing (rather enthusiastically) in the Hadstock Driving Tests event. Local PWMN member John McDonald reports that although greatly outnumbered by Austin Sevens the Minor performed magnificently. The event results are yet to be published.

Minoring pals…

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The West Region of the Morris Register have been holding their annual motoring break, this year in and around the city of Hereford. Four Minors took part including those owned by Toby Sears and Ken Martin, both of whom are seen here just prior to departing on their separate journies homeward. (Photo Kate Martin)