Your March Bulletin is online

Editor Julian has had a rush of blood to the head (well, he certainly needed one for last month’s editorial!) and has produced a wonderful two page centrefold this month – enjoy. I suspect that if members have been doing their homework inspired by recent Bulletin articles, we should have the best handling Morgans that […]

Trailering to Europe?

I can see some big problems looming for anyone planning to “trailer” their Morgan ( or any vehicle) to events in Europe. The cost of a Carnet de Passage is hundreds of pounds plus extra Insurance. I am an Official of the ACU and I was alerted to this last week by them in an […]

Front Slider Bushes article + amendments

  Dave Anscombe would like to alert members to some issues with the links in his articles ‘Front Slider Bushes’ and ‘Inspection lamp‘ in February’s  Bulletin (p.14/15 and p.24), together with a price change – see below:   Errata: Slider Bushes: Unfortunately, the link in my February Bulletin article to the bearing catalogue for the slider bushes […]

Provisional Sporting Calendar

  Sent in by Tony Pearson,  here is the new provisional 2021 Sporting Calendar.  

New Dates For Your Diary

Some provisional dates for us to look forward too, fingers crossed, next year!    

New Historic Photos just uploaded

Tony Birks has kindly shared some of his collection of photos with the website and these can be viewed in the Members area. View Here Here’s a taster –  Vegetarians look away now!                                              […]

Morgan Announce New Special Edition 3-Wheeler

NEWS: Introducing the Morgan 3 Wheeler P101, a finale for one of our most popular models Revisiting the same inspirations as the original project to revive the 3 Wheeler – codenamed Project 101 – this latest model is limited to just 33 examples, and will mark the end of current 3 Wheeler production in 2021.What […]

Restoration of C47 Dakota KG651

New Touring Group Zoom Events

Latest News from Touring Group HQ. We now have our own Zoom Channel. This is unlimited in size so we could have up to 100 participants, but we will not. It will be kept to a sensible number. Earlier in the year we did a similar project which worked well so in these difficult times […]

Interesting M3W Blog

The Club’s 5-Speeder Liaison Officer, Ian Brett, recently sent me a link to an interesting M3W blog by Javier Molina, well worth a look.

Creating the Morgan Three Wheeler Touring Group

  It all started several years ago when Ian and Maria Parkinson, having been doing extensive touring in UK and Europe in their 1934 Morgan Matchless Super Sports embarked on a mission to engage with owners of the new M3W and create a group of owners who enjoyed the pleasures and pitfalls of using their […]

1929 Super Aero for sale

Nice looking B type Super Aero for sale by auction on 19th December at the National Motorcycle Museum click here for auction details

November Bulletin’s arrived

Your November Bulletin is now online Ooops, the virus is on the march again so you’re going to need something to read! This month we’ve got the usual blend of official Club reports and announcements, historical, technical, other reports and what I can only call confessions (from Jim Baker. We’ve all done it but he […]

Zoom! AGM Meeting 2020.

In a historic first for the club, with the help of modern technology, this year’s AGM was held on Zoom. Although a different take on it,  this allowed many members from both the UK and Overseas to participate, watch and listen for the first time. If you are one of the members that didn’t see […]

Updates to the Digital Library

The Club’s Librarian has been busy again. Not only has he scanned and cleaned 1400 library photos which are being uploaded to the website. He’s also been scanning more documents for our digital library. Club members who are registered on the website can log in and browse our extensive library: Among these is Maskells instruction […]

Cowley Restorations Have Moved

COWLEY RESTORATIONS Cowley Restorations have moved to Shepherds Folly and so the postal address and workshop are one and the same. The service and workmanship will remain just as good as ever of course! Click on the advert for more information:

Situation Vacant – South West Group Organiser

    The South West Group Organiser of the Morgan Three Wheeler Club, John Peat, is retiring after two years at the helm. In John’s words: “As from the beginning of November the South West area of the MTWC needs a new Group Organiser. Friendly help and support always available.” The South West Group is […]

MTWC Three Counties Tour

The Three Counties Tour took place from 31st August to 7th September. Starting with a get together for two nights at The Frogmill Inn near Cheltenham, 16 of us, 8 couples, in 8 Morgan Three Wheelers enjoyed a Cotswold Tour led by Colin and Carole Duggan.   On Wednesday 2nd September the group moved on to […]

Tony Birks Handbooks

Long-time club member Tony Birks wrote the V-Twin Handbook which is available from Regalia and is going for yet another reprint. A very comprehensive book which has been reviewed and acclaimed in The Bulletin. Click for details.  Tony has also written an F Type handbook which is available direct from him at £7.00 including UK […]

Exciting new addition to the website

1400 original Photos New and exciting addition to the Web site of around 1400 original pictures dating from the 1900s to the 1960s. These have been scanned, collated and catalogued by the Club’s Librarian, Peter Thompson, giving us a unique view of how these cars both looked and were used throughout this period in history. They […]

M3Ws tour Devon

Anyone who saw the weather forecast for Friday 21st August would have expected to get wet. The resulting day was quite remarkable in that we had lots of rain but never where we were, the Parkinson weather magic worked again ! A group of enthusiastic Three Wheeler owners gathered at Moto services J 27 off […]

Madresfield, Event Cancellation

I am very sorry to have to inform you that, with much regret, it has been decided to postpone the planned Madresfield event and reschedule it for next year.   This is due to continuing uncertainty about whether many aspects of the event will be permissible while the current pandemic is still active.   At […]

MORGAN THREE WHEELER, North Devon day tour

On Friday 21st August we have planned a day out in North Devon. The ideal chance to meet some serious Morgan owners and users. Meeting at 10.00 am at Moto Services Sampford Peverell, near Tiverton. This is Junction 27 off the M5 and the services are at the top of the junction by the roundabout. […]

F2 in August 22nd Auction

New Member John Robert McClements has asked us to publicise the sale of his father’s 1939 F2 at Matthewsons Auctions The sale is behind closed doors so you have to bid by phone or online. The guide price looks very high, but if you want a challenging project, it might be worth a look. If […]

Salopian Ascents – spaces available

  SALOPIAN ASCENTS – Thursday 10th September   UPDATE – See event below.     Unfortunately, two of the four Morgan entrants for the Salopian Hillclimb Ascents I mentioned in a previous message have had to pull out so the organisers are keen to recruit other Morganists to take their places.  I understand Morgan quadrupeds as […]

The August Bulletin is now online and waiting!

Its here again, that time in the month when enthusiasm is re-kindled again so download it now. Usually I go on a bit about all the wonderful content – and this month is full of that – but the only thing I would say is in relation to Chris Booth’s article on the Beart Special, […]

Fancy borrowing a brand new Blackburne engine?

The New Blackburne Engine. Some of you may have already seen the video of the engine (see and are wondered what the hell is that, so to shine some light on the project. Here’s the story so far. “I have been the owner and keen enthusiast of vintage motorcycles for many years but have […]

Morgan 3-Wheeler A Buyer’s Guide

  If you are thinking about buying a modern morgan three wheeler (5-speeder), M3W owner and MTWC member Andrew Warren has now produced a buyers’ guide to help you. Written with advice and help from other owners, It is now available to read on the website’s new 5-speeder page   The M3W 5-speeder was […]

Mogmatch needs YOU! Buy borrow, sell affordably or lend – read on

Mogmatch Update Since its initiation, Mogmatch has helped to find temporary or permanent new homes for several Morgans. Pleasingly, the majority have gone to younger members, thus helping to secure the future of the Club. Some were restoration projects and all the sales have been at very affordable prices. I’m pleased that members are continuing […]

Time for a run out in Herefordshire?

1)   Herefordshire Compass Ride 5th July to 30th August  From Dave Anscombe Geoff McGladdery of the VMCC has been in touch and provided me with details of an opportunity to enjoy a drive in your Morgan in a suitably socially distanced way.   ‘Yesterday should have marked the 5th running of Herefordshire on the Edge […]

Virtual all morgans day

Quite a few Morgan Three-Wheeler members were planning on attending the sixth bi-annual All Morgans Day this summer. The event, in support of veterans suffering with mental health problems, had to be cancelled this year, for obvious reasons, but you can still take part virtually by uploading pictures of your morgan to their website. Just click on the […]

The Trans-India Challenge. Back Home!

Club Members Alan and Pat Braithwaite took on the challenge of driving 3500 miles across India (the wide bit!) and back, to raise funds for an Indian NGO: Goonj. They made it in their 5  Speeder TRlO MMC and got back to the UK in mid-March; just in time to join in the lockdown! We’ve […]

A ‘new’ car up and running

Club member Rob Davies has recently been restoring a 1934 Sports and his car is now up and running! Rob has been sharing some videos of the latter part of the rebuild on Talk Morgan – see the links below to have a look.  Also included is an interesting video of Colin Wilson talking about buying his […]

The IOM Experience and Virtual Meet

IOM Event Organiser Ian Parkinson writes:   On Thursday 21st May around 45 Morgan Three Wheelers Old and New would have been arriving in Liverpool for an overnight stay prior to sailing to Douglas on Friday morning for a week on the Isle of Man. Like many other events Covid 19 put paid to that. […]

The REAL Anorak Quiz

This quiz is intended to plumb the depths of your abstruse motoring knowledge. I constructed much of it from memory as a means of relieving the tedium of a series of long motorway journeys (which may show something of the sort of mind I have). I don’t expect many people to score very highly and […]

COVID-19 and the Competition Scene

As everyone knows, the competition scene is closed for the time being. We’ve received news from our Competition Secretary, Tony Pearson of the latest information from the ACU. Although there may be a limited return to motor sport, no spectators will be allowed at circuits or venues for the foreseeable future. Remember too that our […]

A couple of good reads

As I’m sure most of you are aware sadly Sir Stirling Moss recently passed away. Whilst looking in one of the old bulletins, I came across this article about his involvement with a Morgan three-wheeler at the beginning of his driving career and thought It might make some interesting reading. The Morgan 5-speeder liaison officer […]

Raising a Glass to the Fallen – VE Day Celebrations 2020

A super photo from Graham and Kathy Slater. Sent to us by the Bulletin Editor. “Raising a glass to the fallen and veterans on the 75th Anniversary of VE day.”    

Andy Perry-Keene

From Dave Anscombe: I regret to inform you of the sad news that Andy Perry-Keene has died. Having had his first Mog at 16, he was a long-time stalwart of the MTWC and, in latter years, the Stourbridge Pre-War Car Club. His family have asked if it would be possible for Morgan three-wheeler/s to lead […]

The Morgan Simulator

  I have discovered that my suggestion for a Morgan simulator wasn’t a new idea.  The attached was published in the Bulletin in 1968. With the possible addition of a modern video screen, this could provide an even more realistic experience. A possible project during lockdown? Best wishes,       Dave Anscombe