Refueled & reinvigorated…

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Kenneth Allen has owned his 1934 Minor Saloon for almost four years but has been unable to use DG 8657 for a large part of the intervening period. Thankfully the traumas of that time are now behind both car and owner and ‘DouG‘ has once again taken to the streets of Surrey.

A rare opportunity…

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Surviving Minor Tourers are few in number and are usually snapped up by prospective buyers whenever they (infrequently) appear for sale, which makes the simultaneous availability of two such cars a very unusual and opportune occurence for those in the market for a Minor Tourer model. To find out more about the two cars shown above, visit this website’s forum here.

Mid-thirties perhaps..?

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Dan Brockway captured this tranquil Dorset village scene through the lens of his smartphone recently. Dan’s 1932 Minor Saloon MV 6416, together with his father’s Morris Eight Tourer are both seen parked at the kerbside in this picturesque image.

A Minor trip from Norfolk to Scotland & back – in 30 hours!

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Arthur Bell from Wymondham, Norfolk had a Belleville washer that was required by fellow Minor enthusiast Peter Brock, a resident of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In order to save on postage Arthur decided to deliver the item in person and drove to Newcastle in his 1933 Minor Saloon JJ 9059. Not content with that, he then drove on to the Scottish border for a photo opportunity, prior to returning to Wymondham, thirty hours after his departure, while covering 600 miles in the process. (Photos Peter Brock & Arthur Bell)

New Hornet Specials page launching soon…

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This great photo of Arie Roest’s 1930 Jarvis Hornet special (AM-62-91) is a precursor to the launch of a new page celebrating the amazing variety of Hornet specials that were built from the summer of 1930 to the end of the 12 HP engine era. The page contains over 100 Hornet special images, many of them recently unearthed from a photographic archive.

More Thoresby…

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Thoresby Sunday 6th August: Roger Lucke & Alan Thompson examine the history file pertaining to the almost pristine 1932 Cunard Calshot Minor special  MU 5741, which belongs to Ian Harris.

2017 Morris Register Rally…

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Thoresby Park, Notts Sunday 6th August: A line-up of nine Minors make for an impressive display with Tony Gamble‘s recently completed 1930 Semi-Sports (KJ 607) at its show debut, in pride of place. More to follow on this event on the website’s forum.

Take off…

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This image, which was taken on the perimeter track of a former WWII airfield in 2010, features the Toby Sears owned 1932 Minor Two-seater  PJ 5155 travelling at considerable speed (42 mph).

Moths & Minors …

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Old Warden airfield in Bedfordshire was the venue for the DeHavilland Moth Club’s ‘Gathering of Moths’ on Sunday 30th July. Four Minors attended, those of messrs Wilkinson, Ovenden, Harris and Gregory, the bonnet of the latter’s car being visible in this photo, with a DH87b Hornet Moth G-AELO in the background. (Image Martin Gregory)