In 1960 the magazine was called Miscellany and went back to the larger size, with reports including that Lynden Simms and Roger Jones had finished in 125th place in the Monte Carlo Rally driving a Plus Four Coupé. They had made the third-fastest time on the special tests afterwards, beaten only by two Porsches.
By February 1966 the flat-rad on the cover has been replaced with a racing cowled rad, the same as used on the club letterhead. The editorial reports on the introduction of the 70 mph speed limit for a trial period of four months, saying that trial periods had a habit of becoming permanent (how true).
May 1968 and the magazine is now carrying commercial advertisements, three full-page and two half-page. There is much discussion on changing the Club's name, an article by Ralph Cross on spares problems for Series Is and another on the racing circuits around the country by Robin Brown. The August issue of that year was largely devoted to the introduction of the Plus Eight, at a cost of £1,477-18s-4d.
Spring 1970 and the magazine has shrunk again to A5 size, with a white cover sporting the Morgan Wing. This issue contains the results of the referendum on the name change.
The following year sees the new name, MSCC, on the cover and photographs. Until March 1975 the magazines were published quarterly or bi-monthly. These editions were supported by a stencilled monthly newsletter. From March 1975 it was decided to end these newsletters and to publish Miscellany every month, and this has been the case ever since.
By 1996 the magazine was becoming very thick so it was decided to scale up to A4. Landers had produced a colour photograph of Chris Rowe's +4 four-seater on the front cover for their penultimate edition, March 1997, as a ‘thank you’ to him on his retirement as editor. May 1997 saw a change of printers to Clarkeprint and regular colour covers and several spot colour and full-colour pages. In December 2001 the first 56-page full-colour edition was produced. Tighter control of the cost of the printing and advertising rates plus a much more hands-on approach by the editorial team has given us a much higher quality product at a lower cost.
What of Miscellany today? There are now regularly 64 full-colour pages, including around 16 pages of advertisements. Things have come a long way since Motoring and Morgans of 50 years ago.
The Morgan Sports Car Club has also come a long way in its first half-century. The membership has grown from 20 to over 4,600 worldwide. What and where will the Morgan Sports Car Club be in 2051?
To enhance the Club's facilities, this website was created to support Miscellany and enable members to have quicker and better access to events and suppliers in the Morgan world.