Motivation struggle

I have a confession...I'm struggling to find the motivation to take young Mabel out for a spin. The weather is glorious but do you know what, I'm nervous about breaking down, I feel bad for making my poor passenger hop out each time and push start me, and worried because I don't know whether she... Continue Reading →

Problem solving…

After replacing the fuel filter we realised Mabel still wasn't happy. There was also the issue with the starter ring missing most of its teeth so, we requested the help of our official support crew once more - John and Steve from the MTWC. Steve turned up with a new starter ring so the first... Continue Reading →

MTWC Barbeque…fail

Dad and I received a very kind invitation to the Morgan Three Wheeler Club (MTWC) barbeque one sunny Saturday afternoon. We’d arranged to meet up with our escort Terry and his wife in Ashbourne and drive the rest of the way in convoy. The first few miles were bliss, open country roads, the sun was shining... Continue Reading →

I’m an Engineer!

One sunny Tuesday evening after work I came home full of inspiration to sort out the starter motor issue, armed with some advice from John R over email. Using the toolkit that was provided with the car I undid the bracket holding the starter motor in place and moved it radially towards the starter ring... Continue Reading →

Mum’s Birthday Tea

Mabel became a beautiful garden ornament on Sunday 15th April as we celebrated Mum’s birthday with a family party at my parents house. I’m not sure Dad was as impressed as I was with the skid marks I left as I tried to get round the house and under the trees on the way into... Continue Reading →

Man down

For my husbands first passenger ride in Mabel we headed the 3 short miles down to the stables in a village near us. We became part of a motorcycle ride out at one point, surrounded by old bikes. I am getting used to nodding back to these guys now as they recognise what is essential... Continue Reading →

Picking up Mabel

Following the expertly organised hand over event at Gaydon British Motor Museum, which included some practice driving on private roads, Mabel was very kindly trailered to Curborough Sprint Track to meet the rest of the Morgan Three Wheeler club. The club were welcoming, friendly and intrigued to know more about our year ahead. After a... Continue Reading →

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