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Tom Morehouse

Member ID: tmorehouse
Status: Silver Member Silver Member
Eastford, CT, USA   USA
Member Since: 2004-07-17
Home Site: The MG Experience
Last Login: 2018-06-02 17:55
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Retired from University of Connecticut in 2003. Now at Old Sturbridge Village ( and New England Air Museum ( In my free time I enjoy driving old cars on our twisting two-lane blacktop New England roads, and showing them to the young folks I work with..

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1953 MG TD Black Tom Morehouse

1953 MG TD
1958 Nash Rambler Blue Tom Morehouse

1958 Nash Rambler

1959 Triumph TR3A Signal Red Tom Morehouse

1959 Triumph TR3A

1960 Mercedes Benz 190b Medium Blue DB350H Tom Morehouse

1960 Mercedes-Benz 190b

1976 MG MGB Black Tom Morehouse

1976 MG MGB

5 Vehicles — Total mileage: 132,000 mi (212,433 km) — Average age: 1961

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Hoodstick Cover

Posted on: Tuesday May 29, 2007

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center marked, mounted stud touchpoints marked, LTD snaps added alternating left side - right side.


Posted on: Monday April 2, 2007

Rear carb jet fully up

Choke cable very difficult to pull out. Replaced jet seals with greased o-rings. Adjusted linkages. Cable moves freely when not connected to linkage. Connecting rod adjusted so jets move equally. Note that choke knob and cable move with little resistance (in other words, what I'd expect to be "normal&quot when the two lever return springs are disconnected.

Canadian Star

Posted on: Thursday March 15, 2007

Blue Star Line s 1957 built CANADIAN STAR makes a

This *may* have been the ship which brought my TR to the USA in 1959. The ship in the picture, actually the Canadian Star 2, was launched in 1957, and used in merchant service for Blue Star Lines until transferred in 1979 to Lamport and Holt Line for use as a cargo vessel. She was commissioned for demolition in 1979. The original Blue Star M.V. Canadian Star was torpedoed March 18, 1943 and sunk by the German Submarine U-221, when southeast of Cape Farewell, Greenland in position 53.24N, ...


Posted on: Tuesday March 13, 2007

Broken housing small piece was inside ring gear h

Removed starter due to grinding noise. Found broken off bearing housing, clean electrics, and clean ring gear. Is the starter correct for this engine? Commission: TS47527L Engine: TS48235E Starter ID: 25541H 4 59 M418G V16 12V Qualcast 256539

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