The MG Driver is the official journal of the North American MGB Register (NAMGBR) and is published 6 times a year and delivered to your door as part of your membership.
Every issue is published in full color and so all the pictures supporting the articles pop and so do the pictures with the technical articles. Remember, a picture is worth a thousand words, but in color, even more so.
A wide range of topics are in every issue. These are a variety of member submitted articles on trips and adventures, technical articles, announcements and club updates and technical advice from the club technical coordinator, the one and only John Twist of University Motors Ltd.
Remain fully connected with the club officers and registrars through regular updates. You’ll always hear from the the editor, Robert Rushing as well as the Chairman, Vice Chairman and Secretary. Updates from the Treasurer and the registrars appear as needed/available.
Find information on upcoming national and regional events and car shows as well as information on useful resources to MG enthusiasts and specifically for the MG models supported by the NAMGBR club.
Journal of the North American MGB Register
Our world famous The MG Driver magazine is published six times a year in full color and delivered to your home as part of your membership. Our publication features articles on topics such as:
- Technical Advice & “How To’s”
- Event Coverage (National, Regional, Local)
- Community News
- Resources and Parts Information
- Book Reviews
- Member Articles
To see for yourself, just how good the material in The MG Driver really is, please scroll further down and take a look at, or download, the sample articles we have provided.
MG Driver Back Issues click here – Electronic or Hard Copies
For the true MG enthusiast and the curious dabbler into the world of vintage Morris Garage. Now you can have all the complete early issues of The MG Driver on your computer in a searchable format. We offer all the issues from 1991 to 2010 on a CD-ROM which contains high quality Portable Document Format (PDF) files for each issue. Perhaps best of all, you can search through all these issues automatically, which is especially useful if there’s a specific article you are trying to locate.
These issues, many of which are no longer available in print, contain valuable and informative technical articles. Articles by MG authorities like Bob Mason and John Twist and other MG experts as well as our own member amateurs. On the historical side you’ll find articles by David Knowles, Wilson McComb and Ken Smith. Plus all the original serialized versions of “Aspects of Abingdon” which was subsequently released as a book published by Ken Smith.
Enjoy all the trivia, quizzes, restoration information and all the other informative advice you simply can’t get from anywhere else except from the archive issues of The MG Driver magazine (previously The MGB Driver).
We also have available for purchase many, but not all, of the back issues as hard copies. For these that are not available in print, through 2010, the only way to obtain them is on the back issue CD-ROM. Please contact the Regalia Coordinator if you want to check whether a specific issue(s) is available as a print copy.