Welcome to the North American MGB Register

The North American MGB Register (NAMGBR) is an international MG car club serving the needs of the MGB, MGC, MG Midget, MG 1100/1300 and Post Abingdon MG owners, across North America.
Our club is run and elected by the membership for the membership. We are a registered 501(c)7 Not-For-Profit corporation and have been established since 1990.
We hold an annual convention and car show in North America in the summer each year and this is hosted by one of our Affiliate Chapters highlighting the chapter’s local area. Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held in October of each year at the location of the following year’s convention & car show. All members are invited to attend the AGM.
There are also NAMGBR sanctioned and supported regional events which may enable you to get to a NAMGBR show in the event that the annual convention is too far for you to travel to.
mgdriver-logoWe publish our world famous The MG Driver magazine six times a year in full color.
Our magazine features updates from the officers, member submitted articles on technical matters, projects or trips, reports on local and regional car shows and events, technical and troubleshooting advice by our Technical Coordinator, the renowned John Twist and an update on upcoming events.
Within the overall club, there are specific sub-registers that support specific models of MGs that collectively make up NAMGBR. We also have some specialty registers for certain unique categories of MGs.
MGB, MG Midget, MG 1100/1300, MGC, and Post Abingdon MGs, such as the MGF, MG TF and RV8 all have a register, with a register head focussed on that group of MGs. There are also specialty registers for: the MGB Limited Editions, the early “Pull Handle” MGBs, 1967 MGB GT Specials, MGB V8’s and the 1974 1/2 MGBs. See the Registers page for all the details and register head contact information.
As an individual member there are many benefits of membership which starts at just $30 per year. You can find all the details and specifics on the Join Us page.
We also have Affiliate Chapters/Clubs and the requirements to be an affiliate chapter are fairly simple and in return the affiliated club gets great benefits such as event and director and officer liability insurance. Start with the Join Us page and also see the Resources page as well for all the details.
Resources – lots of them! As in individual member you’ll benefit from things like the MG Driver magazine, Mutual Aid Directory (MAD), Service Recommendations, NAMGBR Facebook Group and if you’re not a member in a local club, we can help you find one.
As an Affiliate Chapter you can be covered by the umbrella event liability and director and officer insurance policy. Additionally we’ll direct new members to your club if they are not currently members.
Just visit the Resources page for more details.
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Lake George NY May 23rd 2017

Question.....1972 MGB.....I had no turn signals nor hazards. Did standard procedure of flipping the switch on/off with zest seversl times with no results. Replaced flasher unit. Now have strong turn signals but no hazards. Replaced switch. Still have turn signals but no hazards. Comments and suggestions appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less

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Question.....1972 MGB.....I had no turn signals nor hazards. Did standard procedure of flipping the switch on/off with zest seversl times with no results. Replaced flasher unit. Now have strong turn signals but no hazards. Replaced switch. Still have turn signals but no hazards. Comments and suggestions appreciated.

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Did you replace BOTH flashers?

Near the hazard switch

Behind center section is a hazard flasher. Change with same type you replaced turn signal one with.

It's an MG... isn't that explanation enough?

I'd be happy it has power to run.

Ah Lucas electrics , prince of darkness ,

were 72,s still using positive grounds ?

On my car the hazards only work if the turn signal lever is up or down when the flasher switch is on.

Check your ground points.

72 has the hazard flasher next to the switch behind the console. Check for power on the non ignition switched feed. More likely a bad connection than a bad flasher.

Thank you all for the comments. I will delve into the console today to check for the hazard flasher and associated fuse.

The trailer is ready to go to West Virginia.....now if the car would cooperate! 🙂 Well.....I do have turn signals on the car...working on hazards. Got a hazard flasher today...need to pull some of the console out..which is OK because I need to connect the speakers and put in a secondary charging outlet to run GPS, etc. . Yesterday the alternator decided to give up the ghost (or is that Lucas smoke)...my guess is the internal voltage regulator...it's in Champaign being rebuilt and should be back on Friday. It's always something.

Replaced hazard flasher with two different units...still no hazards. There is an online fuse for the hazards...any guess as to where it may be located?

That was the kind of s#it that happened on the '71, '72, '73, and '74 MGBs I owned that made me give up on them, and concentrate on Mk1 MGBs. Even early MGBs have enough issues of their own, but the electrical systems are a lot simpler and their switches more robust.

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