[I was sent this short video and found it quite fascinating. A ‘mash up’ if you will of the Brooklands Racing Circuit as it was back in the day, with the changes imposed by the modern world. Not exactly sure when this was made but it is very clever. Enjoy Mark]
[Folks, in my research to figure out my current conundrum, I found this video. I like it as it isn’t didn’t hurt my head and it uses some pretty good graphics and pictures. I like pictures! I thought others might find it useful as well. Mark]
[Folks, the Bill Fink Celebration of Life was posted on YouTube a few days ago. Simply click on the link below to watch it. Be advised, it is well over an hour long.
As many of you will remember, Bill was our honored guest at the MOGSouth 40th Anniversary Meet in Aiken, SC a few years ago. Should you want to advance the video to about the 31 minute and 20 second point, you will see and hear Tcherek’s comments. Also, at the 1 hour, 12 minute and 30 second spot, there is a clip of Bill in his shop with a two toned (cream body with burgundy wings) 4/4 in the background. I believe this was originally my 1981 4/4 before I picked it up. At least this is what Tcherek told me. Mark]
We all know of Lee Gaskins and his treasure trove of Morgan items! Well he is now willing to part with a few of his favorite toys!
Lee’s son helped him make the video. I suspect a video was the right way to go as an enumerated list would be exhaustive!!
Lee would love to find a buyer that wanted it all, however, I suspect he will entertain other options.
The Moss Box Plus 8 is gone but Lee still has a totally restored white Super Sport , a Drop Head Coupe and a 37 MGTC. You might also note the 1952 Morgan Flat Rad project in the video. (Clink Link Below to watch the video.)
Lee’s contact info: Lee Gaskins, 864-590- 2616 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org