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Subject: RE: MOWOG
From: patti morris <>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 1997 06:50:03 -0500
MOWOG is an abbreviation for MOrris/WOlseley/mG. Can't remember exactly =
why they used it on everything-probably just taking blame. The most =
important thing is to remember the abbreviation so you get a point on =
the trivia quiz at the next MG show.

From:   Jim Blackwood[]
Sent:   Tuesday, April 15, 1997 10:27 PM
Subject:        MOWOG

btw, just what the heck *is* a mowog anyway? Kinda like a European
groundhog or something? and why put it's name all over anything
mechanical coming out of Abingdon? Some sort of twisted British humor?
Inquiring minds want to know.

MGB to Roadster conversion? No..., but I once knew a guy who cut up an
Opel GT and a "B" roadster body with a sawzall intending to splice them
together. Say, wasn't there one in that movie, what was the name of it,
you know, where the car runs under the semi...   Oh, and speaking of
semi's, I once new another guy in the Air Force who fell asleep at the
wheel while driving his spitfire back to the base. He woke up to see
four big semi tires dead in front of him, and in the rear-view, the same
thing! Seems he'd just snuggled in under the trailer in his sleep. Bet
the semi driver was surprised.=09
Jim Blackwood, Esq.
U.S. Patent Attorney
R&D Specialist
N.KY University Adjunct Faculty

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