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#569683 - 31/03/19 01:56 PM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: RicHardy]
+8Rich Offline

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Registered: 15/12/09
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Loc: Devonshire
Fantastic pictures, thanks for the continuing update you boys and girls are living the dream thumbs
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#569779 - 01/04/19 05:21 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: +8Rich]
Rog G Offline

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Registered: 10/05/11
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Loc: Near Windsor Berkshire
Spotted in Christchurch today whilst out walking.




Edited by Rog G (01/04/19 05:22 AM)
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#569796 - 01/04/19 08:51 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: Rog G]
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Registered: 01/08/11
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Loc: Auckland New Zealand
Hi rog
That looks the car that was the same container as Henri.
Used to belong to Adrian in kerikeri up north and sold it to someone in South island

Bon voyage

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#569803 - 01/04/19 09:37 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: Rog G]
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The people in S Island must think it a bit like busses. Don't see any, and then 4 turn up.

Originally Posted By Rog G
Spotted in Christchurch today whilst out walking.


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#569930 - 02/04/19 12:58 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: M3W55]
Rog G Offline

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Registered: 10/05/11
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Originally Posted By M3W55
That must be close to 3000 miles between the three vehicles and not a peep about a breakdown. Encouraging.

Yes 3144 miles each completed by all 3 M3W’s and the only problem a broken tonneau zip,
Two of the cars were 2013 and one 2017, cars now at the shippers ready to their return back to the UK



Edited by Rog G (02/04/19 01:00 AM)
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#569932 - 02/04/19 02:40 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: RicHardy]
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Registered: 17/04/15
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Loc: Auckland, New Zealand
What an awesome effort guys. I live here even though my M3W has been flawless, I would not be brave enough to do what you just did.

Fantastic meeting you and I'm sure brought many smiles to the thousands that would have seen you on your travels.
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#569934 - 02/04/19 04:04 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: RicHardy]
Ricardo Offline
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Registered: 06/08/16
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Well done to you all, thank you for the updates and brilliant photos - A most magnificent trip! It was fun to be a small part of it from when we met up in Rotorua till we departed off the ferry in Picton.New Zealand is a great place to visit, great roads,scenery and people (especially NZ M3W drivers). Safe travels home everyone and looking forward to a catch up soon. drive

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#569938 - 02/04/19 04:35 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: Ricardo]
Rog G Offline

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New Zealand is great place to visit, the trip was memorable for so many reasons. It is impossible to pick one highlight it was all stunning. The scenery is continually changing and spectacular. The weather was perfect apart from the one day when we got very wet driving into Fox Glacier and the subsequent 2 days when it was torrential but the roads were closed so we couldn’t drive anywhere

A big thank you to all the New Zealand Morgan owners both 3 and 4 wheelers, who we met along the way who helped with collecting and delivering the cars, from the shippers, who drove with us and gave general moral support .
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#569941 - 02/04/19 07:47 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: RicHardy]
Rob Thornton Offline

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Registered: 06/07/15
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Rog G, Wow, what a trip! Many thanks for posting tales and pics of your travels. Very enjoyable reading and great that the cars performed so well.
Certainly took our minds off other matters back here while it lasted!
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#569967 - 02/04/19 09:21 AM Re: New Zealand anyone? [Re: Rob Thornton]
A11OGE Offline

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and it certainly does not seem like 3 weeks.

Can you please go around again, so we have something to look forward to reading each morning.

Originally Posted By Rob Thornton
Rog G, Wow, what a trip! Many thanks for posting tales and pics of your travels. Very enjoyable reading and great that the cars performed so well.
Certainly took our minds off other matters back here while it lasted!
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