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1. Re: Regalia (score: 1)
Author: Bob Tescione <>
Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2004 18:07:14 -0500
Hi Paul I think you'll have to contact each of the various clubs directly for regalia. For example, should you want a lapel pin or grille badge from the Western NY MOG, I'd be the contact. The bigges
/html/morgans/2004-01/msg00002.html (7,195 bytes)

2. Re: 65 +4 ?? (score: 1)
Author: Bob Tescione <>
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 09:06:44 -0500
Hi Dave: Welcome to the list. Should you not be aware, most of the Morgan traffic these days is on the Emog list that can be found thru Having said that, welcome to the list and let me
/html/morgans/2003-12/msg00005.html (8,354 bytes)

3. Re: 3 Wheeler (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2002 19:38:12 -0500
Scott and others: Brumm made a number of 1/43 scale 3 wheeler models. I know Ken and Janet Hill in the UK ( can supply you with one or any of a number of US dealer
/html/morgans/2002-03/msg00009.html (7,485 bytes)

4. Happy 50th (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 14:35:19 -0500
Today marks the 50th anniversary of dispatch from the factory (or "birthday" as it were) of the first 3 Plus 4's sold to Fergus Motors, the Eastern US distributor at the time: mine (P2114) , Kenneth
/html/morgans/2001-03/msg00034.html (6,493 bytes)

5. Re: Happy 50th (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 19:50:37 -0500
In my case, I have only a few years on the car. I can't speak for the other two owners. Interesting bit of trivia about mine, that many in the Western NY group already know, is that one of our member
/html/morgans/2001-03/msg00037.html (6,817 bytes)

6. 1951 Plus 4 History (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sun, 04 Feb 2001 12:43:09 -0500
Hello All: In Jake Alderson and Chris Chapman s book, Morgan The Early Years, in the section on 1951, my car is mentioned (P2114) as the first Plus 4 imported to USA by Fergus Motors. I was always cu
/html/morgans/2001-02/msg00017.html (7,412 bytes)

7. Cooling Difficulties w/ a Flat Rad (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2001 16:14:56 -0500
Ladies and Gentlemen: I always enjoy and appreciate the groups knowledge to help us solve our individual problems with our Morgans and seeing that I've got another one to solve, I thought I d ask for
/html/morgans/2001-02/msg00085.html (7,684 bytes)

8. Re: New list member (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2001 17:30:16 -0500
Welcome to the list, Doug. Always nice to have another Morgan owner "join up". Best of luck with your restoration. I suggest purchasing Fred Sisson's "Morgan Bedside Reader" and Gary Bell's similar t
/html/morgans/2001-01/msg00065.html (7,154 bytes)

9. Help with another club badge ID (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001 09:40:07 -0500
Well I did it again. I bought another club badge for my collection and I'm hoping someone can help me identify it. I am assuming it is a US club badge. The badge is round and made of aluminum. The wo
/html/morgans/2001-01/msg00139.html (6,964 bytes)

10. Re: old car magazine sources? (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2000 08:34:20 -0500
Try Bruce Perry. Yellow Dog Garage in Bradford Pa. I dont have his phone # handy byt information should be able to get it for you. Bruce has a book and magazine business and is usually at the Import
/html/morgans/2000-11/msg00093.html (7,445 bytes)

11. MOA # in Newburg (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Mon, 02 Oct 2000 10:06:40 -0400
Ladies and Gentlemen; The info I have from the Keith Cox Memorial MOA group is: DAY 28 NewburghNew York WED 4-Oct Day's Inn 845 Union Ave Newburgh, NY 12550 1-914 564-7560 FAX 1-914 564-7550 They wer
/html/morgans/2000-10/msg00004.html (6,412 bytes)

12. Re: Flat rad wiring routing (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2000 15:30:58 -0400
My car is a 2 seat roadster (LHD), so if yours is a drophead or a 4str, (or RHD) things may be different. In fact your car has a serial # more than 100 higher than mine—so they may have changed thin
/html/morgans/2000-10/msg00025.html (10,268 bytes)

13. Re: Gas tank removal (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 20:06:37 -0400
Hi John: I just went thru this project in July. Sorry for not responding sooner. On my flat rad, the removal of the tank requires that the wooden framework below the tank be lowered out of the way so
/html/morgans/2000-09/msg00049.html (9,123 bytes)

14. Re: TR Engine Colors - Revisited (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2000 20:39:38 -0400
My recollection is that the TR series of engines were painted black. My vanguard engine was black, and is now grey, by my hand. Bellhousing is natural aluminum. And gearbox currently is red, again by
/html/morgans/2000-08/msg00065.html (9,076 bytes)

15. Morgans Over America (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2000 13:40:14 -0400
Are there still two Morgans Over America events planned? One from UK and one from California? Thanks for any help here. The Western NY Morgan Owners would like to be able to contact the participants.
/html/morgans/2000-08/msg00084.html (6,311 bytes)

16. Re: MORGANS Midwest (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2000 09:30:53 -0400
There has also been the Minnesota Morgan Group, although GOMOG doesnt list an electronic site for them. I don't believe I have a current contact for that group. Bob Tescione Western NY Morgan Owners
/html/morgans/2000-07/msg00027.html (7,924 bytes)

17. Rear Bumper brackets (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sat, 29 Jul 2000 14:55:31 -0400
Does anyone have available, a pairof used rear bumper brackets that bolt to the bottom of the rear of the chassis. I could use a pair. Thanks Bob Tescione
/html/morgans/2000-07/msg00067.html (6,258 bytes)

18. Dirt in the Petrol Tank (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 15:09:29 -0400
Some guidance, please. Just got my car back on the road after a complete front end rebuild(51 +4). However it doesn't want to travel very far before the fuel line seems to get plugged with dirt. Blo
/html/morgans/2000-06/msg00084.html (7,749 bytes)

19. Re: Dirt in the Petrol Tank (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2000 09:32:17 -0400
Chuck, Ive had it out before. Its not too bad a job and requires unbolting of of the wooden framework (on which the tank rests) from the two wheel arches. By the way I have considered a Stainless rep
/html/morgans/2000-06/msg00097.html (12,233 bytes)

20. F type (score: 1)
Author: BobTescione <>
Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 08:20:26 -0400
Hi All: I know the predominance of this list is 4 wheel Morgans, but I got thinking the other day that one very seldom hears anything about F type 3 wheelers. Even the 3 wheeler books seem to down pl
/html/morgans/2000-06/msg00118.html (6,647 bytes)

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