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From: "David P. Crandall" <>
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2001 16:14:35 -0500
Hi all - here's the info you need.

Fred Sisson's Morgan Bedside Reader now available!

Rowley Massachusetts

The inestimable Fred Sisson, well known Morgan aficionado, racer, mechanic
and experimenter, is pleased to announce that the latest, revised and
expanded edition of the Morgan Bedside Reader is now available for purchase.

Through an exclusive arrangement with The NETWORK Inc., a non-profit
research and training firm headed by Morgan owner David Crandall [MSCC
4128], Morgan owners worldwide can now easily secure this invaluable tome.

This edition contains over 260 pages of wisdom drawn together by Fred with
contributions from many Morganeers.  No 'well, I think this oughta work'
speculation, but real garage floor, roadtest reality!  Hundreds of tips,
scores of illustrations and diagrams, step-by-step instructions for many
modifications and improvements to your classic LBC, sources of supply for
hard-to-find parts, and more.

While the Reader focuses on the +4 model, it offers insights and
inspiration to current and aspiring owners of any model Morgan.  It should
be on the bookshelf if not the bedstand of every Morgan owner.  Even owners
of previous editions will want to add this edition to their existing library.

The Reader is 8 =BD x 11, three-hole punched for easy insertion into a
standard three ring binder, shrink-wrapped.

This edition of Fred Sisson's Morgan Bedside Reader is just $50 + shipping
and handling via USPS [$6 US and Canada, $16 rest of world].  Overnight or
express extra.  Reference product MOG-101.  Please allow two weeks for

To order make checks payable to or provide credit card information to:

136 Fenno Drive
Rowley MA 01969-1004
978-948-7764 [voice] or 800-877-5400 [US only] 978-948-7836 [fax]
Visa, MasterCard and Discover accepted

Questions?  Contact David [aka mogdriver] at

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