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M3W in Stevenson Ranch #584769
10/07/19 11:17 PM
10/07/19 11:17 PM
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Hi Morgan Lovers.
I feel like I know many of the M3W forum members (I have PM'd some). Having been a lurker since last October it seems like time to introduce myself. My M3W originally came from Morgan West but I bought it last November in a fit of thriftiness and optimism. Stephen at Morgan West has since pronounced it road worthy. So far, it has only let me down once with a rectifier failure. Since I replaced the immolated unit with a Harley knockoff the car has been quite reliable. Ohlins (and a basic alignment in my garage) solved the bump steer problem although my chassis (#218 July 2012) is early enough to have been fitted with Suplex Shocks. I have found it to be straightforward to work on. My wife has ridden in it around the block. Pearl, my Westie is ready to go at a moment's notice. Just want to say I have appreciated the wealth of information on this website. Thank you.
-Dave


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Re: M3W in Stevenson Ranch [Re: Ninobur] #584827
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Welcome to TM Dave, your car and Pearl look great and she looks happy in the cockpit, wishing you many happy adventures in poppy country thumbs.


Regards Richard

1999 Indigo Blue +8
2009 4/4 Sport Green prev
1994 Connaught Green +8 prev





Re: M3W in Stevenson Ranch [Re: Ninobur] #584862
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Welcome, Dave. I hope you have as much fun in your M3W as I am in mine!


Rob

Moody 31, 20% of Hunter Impala. Sport green MTW.😋

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