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#545908 - 02/12/18 12:10 AM Hello from Mass - just joined your forum
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Registered: 30/11/18
Posts: 5
Loc: MA
I am located in Ashland MA and would be interested in contacting any other Morgan fans in my general area *I have a non-running 1938 Series 1 Morgan 4/4 with the 1098 CC Coventry Climax Engine - trying to build a technical library that can assist in my restoration - looking to purchase or copy technical engine and other documentation that would apply to my model and drivetrain. All numbers matching factory build sheet - along with cars history dating back to the 1950 back in England. I have the original gear box and a spare that is currently installed - the original was pulled due to a bad synchro I was told. Also looking for technical docs on transmission gear box rebuild specifications etc.

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#545910 - 02/12/18 12:48 AM Re: Hello from Mass - just joined your forum [Re: CSDennis]
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Registered: 17/09/16
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Loc: Massachusetts, USA
Welcome to the forum! I'm in Massachusetts too (Lexington) but can't help you with series 1 stuff--I've a 1960 Plus 4. Have you joined the Morgan 3/4 Group yet?
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#545916 - 02/12/18 07:04 AM Re: Hello from Mass - just joined your forum [Re: CSDennis]
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Registered: 17/01/13
Posts: 578
Loc: UK
you will find lots of info online from us morgan enthusiasts we love our little cars and s series 1 is something very special...not quite your normal driving experience..our series 1 flat rad is a 1947 model and has the standard special engine.

some web sites with info that may help you

http://www.gomog.com/

https://www.morgan34.org/

https://www.lambdapi.co.uk/morganatica/Main_Page
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#546010 - 02/12/18 03:59 PM Re: Hello from Mass - just joined your forum [Re: CSDennis]
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I think Mark Braunstein has a Series I - Lives in Florida and is a TM regular.
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#546011 - 02/12/18 04:01 PM Re: Hello from Mass - just joined your forum [Re: Button]
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Originally Posted By Button
I think Mark Braunstein has a Series I - Lives in Florida and is a TM regular.


Also be sure to join the 3/4 Club. If You need a contact I have one for You.
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#546040 - 02/12/18 06:04 PM Re: Hello from Mass - just joined your forum [Re: CSDennis]
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Registered: 30/11/18
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Thanks all - I will check out the 3/4 club. This morgan - was dads weekend racer at Silverstone and the car he dated mom in. Grandad used it and parked it in his dirt floored quonset hut garage where unfortunately that added to the rusting. Been sitting in my garage covered in boxes and junk - waiting to have the work started only when I know I can finish it. Deserves to not end up as a pile of half finished parts in boxes - figure if I don't have the time and the plan dedicated to get it finished I won't bother starting. Being a bit of a computer nerd I'm planning to heavily document and post the build process in great detail - both as a vanity effort and as a resource to others in the future.

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#546080 - 02/12/18 08:23 PM Re: Hello from Mass - just joined your forum [Re: CSDennis]
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Be sure You keep us all informed as to Your progress. I always post My ideas, even though minor, so I find out what Wisdom is out there. It saves Me countless hours of unneeded effort. Fortunately there are many in the U.S. that use TM. I know several in New England who have been through the rebuild process. But remember We all have different levels of experience so check it out before taking as Gospel.
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