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concerned, the final works are being done on the propeller, a new tail-wheel main strut is being made and work is being carried out on the fuel tank. When all this has been completed we will be carrying out a thorough review with the team to make sure that everything is ready for the aircraft to be operated. The engine has already been run extensively on a test bed away from the Museum and if everything goes well we are hoping to set a date for the engine to be run in the aircraft before the end of the year. This will be well publicised on our website and via social media. [And in the Bulletin I hope - Ed.]


Mini magazine photo shoot Mini in the spotlight (Gemma Thorogood).


Dear Chris, I had promised Paul [Stewart – Museum Marketing Manager and PR] that I would forward a few words to you following the Mini magazine photo shoot at the Museum in April of my 1980 Mini Pick-up.


I would like to take the opportunity to thank Paul and the Museum for allowing me to bring my Brooklands Mini Day 2016 ‘Best Classic Mini’-winning Pick-up back to the Museum for a magazine photo shoot. I would like to thank Matt Woods for his brilliant photographic efforts and Jeff Ruggles, Editor of Mini, for the interest in my restored Mini. I would also like to thank my good friend Gemma Thorogood for bringing her Mini along as well.


Fortunately the weather was bright and sunny and we all had a really great day. Although we were a little late in getting started due to traffic- induced delays, Paul was very patient with us all and very accommodating with our requests for the locations to be used.


Best regards, Raymond Money, via e-mail


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