Terry: I wrote the following sometime ago and thought that ended it. Perhaps
missed this, so here it is again.
David Macedona asked who or what MOWOG stood for. I replied Morris Wolsley and
MG. Apparently others felt that it stood for Morris Wolsley Group. I have no
written authority for this, but Mike Allison, the author of "The Magic of the
Marque" informs me that the G stood for MG. He worked for the factory for many
years and is a reknown authority on the marque.
He also informs me that the MOWOG designation appeared when the Nufield Group
was formed in 1936-37. The designation was first applied to spares and then
appeared on TA's and TB's. Thus MOWOG did exist on some pre-war cars.