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#517473 - 13/06/18 05:35 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: WR142LL]
A11OGE Offline

Part of the Furniture

Registered: 14/05/07
Posts: 4022
Loc: Reading
Off to Le Mans in a couple of hours. Surprised to find that this will be the 14th time (in a row) I will be taking the Morgan
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#517484 - 13/06/18 06:49 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: WR142LL]
milligoon Offline
Talk Morgan Expert

Registered: 20/04/14
Posts: 2820
Loc: Dorset, UK
@Steve If you have problems getting in/out a Morgan you'll probably be posting the same issue on your next low car, be sensible and get a car that does your back a favour.
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Archie the Old English Sheep Mog...........
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#517500 - 13/06/18 07:44 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: milligoon]
nick w Offline

Talk Morgan Enthusiast

Registered: 31/03/09
Posts: 1783
Originally Posted By milligoon
@Steve If you have problems getting in/out a Morgan you'll probably be posting the same issue on your next low car, be sensible and get a car that does your back a favour.

He's right. Look at Abarth 500....terrific fun and the seats are very comfortable. Easy entry. Great car

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#517694 - 14/06/18 10:09 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: WR142LL]
Clipper Offline

Talk Morgan Addict

Registered: 14/03/12
Posts: 3207
Loc: South Yorks
From Ludlow down the beautiful Wye valley - lunch at book town - bought two books, then on to Tenby.

Took some recovering after reading Casino Royale where Bond was strapped naked to a chair with a hole in it and then he was whacked on his test.....



Meeting Linmog tomorrow.
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#517723 - 15/06/18 07:50 AM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: WR142LL]
Robbie Mathisen Offline
Just Getting Started

Registered: 31/08/17
Posts: 73
Loc: Bergen, Norway
Living i Bergen, Norway. Last week The Norwegian Morgan Club celebrated it's 25 year anniversary. Parade in Oslo's main street, reception in the garden of The British Embassy, then a formal dinner in a restaurant near the Holmenkollen ski jump. Consequently, a fellow morganeer and I decided to take the 450 km journey with my Lady M. Starting out from Bergen going eastwards along the fjords, climbing into the mounains. In the evening reaching my friend's chalet deep in the mountans midway to Oslo. A couple of beers in the sunset, then staying overnight. Next morning going down from the mountains, to the less dramatic landscape in the eastern part approaching Oslo. Quick car wash at a gas station, then the parade etc. Returning to Bergen the next day. Pure magic - early summer with green foliage and birds everywhere in the lowlands, late spring in the mountains with flowing rivers and patches of melting snow, the Hardangerjøkelen glacier visible far away. Blazing sun, long and winding roads, blue fjords welcoming us when we approached Bergen again. Life is good.
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#517771 - 15/06/18 05:07 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: nick w]
stevemag Offline
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Registered: 18/03/13
Posts: 881
Loc: Wales
Originally Posted By nick w
Originally Posted By milligoon
@Steve If you have problems getting in/out a Morgan you'll probably be posting the same issue on your next low car, be sensible and get a car that does your back a favour.

He's right. Look at Abarth 500....terrific fun and the seats are very comfortable. Easy entry. Great car


I've had a Fiat 500 ....utter rubbish tinny cheap flimsey and too small in head height for me.

So an Arbarth 500 won't help me.
But thank you

I've listed my morgan For Sale on one Internet site.

I'll be draughting an advert for here and car and classic over the weekend
watch the adverts on this site frown2

I'm not a little guy oops


Edited by stevemag (15/06/18 05:22 PM)
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#517774 - 15/06/18 05:33 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: WR142LL]
scratched Offline

Learner Plates Off!

Registered: 07/03/12
Posts: 389
Loc: Lancashire
Around 1,000 miles through France.

One ripped off number plate plinth.
One faulty fuel gauge.
One faulty indicator.
One smashed headlamp.
Two lost bonnet corners.

.........so far.

Oh the joys of Morganeering
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Rich Maroon and Royal Ivory (ish) +4

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#517777 - 15/06/18 05:56 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: scratched]
Stewart S Offline
Wave & smile... It's a Morgan
Needs to Get Out More!

Registered: 14/06/14
Posts: 9350
Loc: Lancashire, England
Originally Posted By scratched
Around 1,000 miles through France.

One ripped off number plate plinth.
One faulty fuel gauge.
One faulty indicator.
One smashed headlamp.
Two lost bonnet corners.

.........so far.

Oh the joys of Morganeering


Sounds fun! ooo
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#517779 - 15/06/18 05:58 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: scratched]
+8Rich Offline

Member of the Inner Circle

Registered: 15/12/09
Posts: 17173
Loc: Devon UK
Originally Posted By scratched
Around 1,000 miles through France.

One ripped off number plate plinth.
One faulty fuel gauge.
One faulty indicator.
One smashed headlamp.
Two lost bonnet corners.

.........so far.

Oh the joys of Morganeering



I hope you had a good holiday apart from the happenings and that they can be rectified for reasonable cost.
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#517788 - 15/06/18 06:27 PM Re: So, have you driven your Morgan today? [Re: WR142LL]
scratched Offline

Learner Plates Off!

Registered: 07/03/12
Posts: 389
Loc: Lancashire
Thanks Richard, it has been great fun. Seven Fellmog Morgans snaking down from Saint Malo to Santander and despite stories of storms lashing France we haven't met one. The minor Morgan ailments are all part of the experience, however unwelcome.


Edited by scratched (15/06/18 06:27 PM)
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