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Member Page: John Warner

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John Warner

Member ID: johnnyw637
Status: Silver Member Silver Member
Norwich, Norfolk, UK   GBR
Member Since: 2015-07-13
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-04-26 02:06
Forum Activity: 2018-04-26 02:06
Forum Posts: 2,221

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1960 Morris Minor Traveller Clariden Grey John Warner

1960 Morris Minor Traveller
646FKA
"Norbert Style (Nobby The Moggy"
1964 MG Midget MkI Tartan Red John Warner

1964 MG Midget MkI
637GBD
"Flying Midge"
1964 MG Midget MkI Tartan Red Red Oxide John Warner

1964 MG Midget MkI
GAN224596



3 Vehicles — Total mileage: 49,560 mi (79,759 km) — Average age: 1963

Member Journal – John Warner's Journal

There are 3 total entries in this Journal.

Last & First Day Of The Year

Posted on: Tuesday January 5, 2016

Enjoying the road 31st Dec 2015

Well who'd believe it, that I'd still be driving without a hood in the middle of winter. So pleased that, the weather was kind enough to let me take the Rolling Wreck out on the 31st December and 1st of January.

New Distributor Installed

Posted on: Monday November 9, 2015

New coil alternator and distributor

Been having problems, poor old car only running on three cylinders. In fact it was only on two by the time I got round to my mate Chris's. Have been considering changing from points to electronic ignition for a while so took the opportunity to upgrade with a pre-installed unit fitted to a new distributor. Car now firing on all four cylinders all I need is for the rain to stop so I can give it a proper test drive.

Getting Back On The Road

Posted on: Saturday September 12, 2015

The Midget Project gets under way

I bought this car back in January 1981, from a guy who worked in as shoe factory in Northampton, England. It needed a lot of work doing and took about a year to get it fully functioning. It was my second ever car, my first one being a 1971 Morris Traveller. They shared the same BMC A series 1098cc engine, save for the fact one had twin carbs and was light and the other heavy sluggish and at times sounded like a Lancaster Bomber (and I'd love to own one again). Anyway lack of funds, family and...


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