Car nickname - ubiquitous or region-specific?

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Car nickname - ubiquitous or region-specific?

This comes about as a result of a comment I made on the Arlington Classic Car Club Facebook page.  It appears that the nickname I used for the car below may not be as widespread as I thought and that in some other parts of the country it can be used to describe another car / marque.

So, if you know this car by a name other than a Morris Minor, what is it and from which part of the world do you hail?  Expecting a different answer from our antipodean friends Biggrin

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Moggie Minor?  

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Moggie from the midlands....

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Moggie  from Coventry

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Moggie from Kent

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Moggie from Kent

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Moggie or jelly mould. ESSEX.

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Moggie traveller = tudor house on wheels or firewood.

 

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Wasn't the moggie minor 850cc with split screen. Later version Morris 1000?

 

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I thought the Austin A30/35 was the jelly mould?

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i thought the Ford Sierra was the Jelly Mould