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5 hours ago
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Special Churchill Tools?
Look like "one-offs" to me! Very custom-made.
After many hours of driving, got my new baby home! ... See MoreSee Less
9 hours ago
Curious how many miles towed and if you disconnected the driveshaft ir not.
This was the park where MG 2008 was. Must have been a thousand people out walking dogs jogging and bike riding. Heads turned when my GT rolled by. ... See MoreSee Less
12 hours ago
We enjoyed that show, even though we were in the 300ZX. We especially enjoyed being one of the first groups able to tour the Simeone Museum and meeting Dr.Fred in person.
That was a fun MG show. And yes--the Simeon Museum was awesome. 🙂
Picked up my carbs today, rebuilt by Joe Curto. Beautiful job. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
I just cooked and ate a pizza and you said "carbs" and I got momentarily confused... 😉
Those are beautiful!
Pretty very Pretty.
Joe is The Man.
Absolutely. But I didn't know Joe was detailing them now. If so, I've got another pair coming up for him. He's already done one pair for me.
Joe's been doing SUs for eons. He is the best that ever was!
What do you mean was?
Vague memory here; but I think I recall that Joe was not offering detailing when he rebuilt my HIFs. He was way backed up at the time. Could it be that he had temporarily discontinued detailing just until he was able to catch up? Or did I just misunderstand something? I sure like the work that he did! Joe is THE man.
Oh boy! This is why it's funny that I get these posts instead of Steve. Pretty cars, pretty locations, yes! Carbs....I don't know. Not like new diamond earrings. 🙂
They look great! Could you please provide contact info. for Joe.
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I know this doesn't mean much to you folks in the warm climates but 62 degree weather in southern Michigan and northern Indiana is almost never heard of in February in these parts, so we took a long drive today, and could not believe the wonderful day we had. Come on spring!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Love it! Was in the 80s here in north tx yesterday
Cool MG .
Hotels are now set, join us on a fun cross country MG adventure beginning June 15, 2017 in Savannah, GA alll the way to San Diego for the convention, MG 2017 2017 MG Coast-to-Coast Adventure – OverviewThis is not a NAMGBR organized event. Our members Dick Lunney and PJ Lenihan are organizing a drive from the east coast to San Diego. If you’d like to join them the details of their plans are provided below and additional updates will be made as the plans get more firm and or finalized. If you would like more information about joining the Coast-to-Coast Adventure for all or part of it, please contact either Dick Lunney (704) 578-4616 or PJ Lenihan email@example.com or (336) 462-1147. The group are setting up an email information/notification list and Bob Lewis is managing that so contact Bob firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to be included on group emails as the plans are developed.2017 MG Cost-to_coast Adventure – DetailsLast updated: 17-Feb-2017Put a tire in the Atlantic and a tire in Pacific at the beginning and end of a historic MG road trip of 8 days taking us across the southern United States to NAMGBR’s MG2017 Annual Convention. Our tentative plans include using a southern route of secondary roads and some high speed interstates. Of course MG fans across the nation can join in anywhere. This plan has a couple of short days for touring local sights. These short days also allow for “catch up” if anyone was delayed for unscheduled repairs. Our model is the Rally to Reno in 2011 but with a more southern/southwestern flair.Tire Tip East Coast -Starting Point – Savannah, GA – Friday 6-16-2017Before we start we meet-up near Savannah,GA. You may wish to arrive on Thursday 6-15-2017 to have time for some sightseeing, but definitely be there by lunch time on Friday 6-16-2017 for a tire in the water event on Tybee Island about 30 minutes east of our host hotel.The City of Savannah is a place with so much history, it is too much to list. This city was spared by General Grant at the end of the Civil War, during his famous “March to the Sea,” so the beautiful antebellum homes fill the streets just as they did in the late 1800’s. In addition, the Eighth Air Force Museum, probably the best air museum outside of Wright Patterson AFB or the Smithsonian Air Museum, chronicles the U.S. Air Force’s role in defeating Nazi Germany during WWII. Finally, just outside Savannah is the renowned Roebling Road Raceway, a 2.2 mile winding and challenging course where we might start our journey west with some laps on this track.Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites Savannah I 95 South 17027 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA 31419Phone: 912-925-5050Group Rate: $115Call each hotel to make your reservations, rates will be held until May 1st, 2017. Your code for these prices in this block of rooms is MGBs or you may need to reference this is organized by by PJ Lenihan.Hot tip: Join Marriott rewards, it’s free and you’ll earn a free room night or two depending on where you join us and how many nights you accumulate. For even more rewards get a Marriott Rewards credit card and use it to reserve your rooms and get bonus points for meeting spending thresholds in the 1st 3 months.Day One – Saturday, 6/17/17Savannah, GA to Montgomery, AL (355 miles) US Route 80. Uncover Montgomery’s pivotal role in major moments in American history. The shots that started the Civil War and acts of courage that led to the Civil Rights Movement. Watch as over 1,000 Hyundai vehicles are made daily by 2,700 Team Members on a guided tour of the state-of-the-art Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama plant.Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites Montgomery Airport South 7560 Mobile Highway Montgomery, Alabama 36105Phone: 334-281-6882Group Rate: $94Day Two – Sunday, 6/18/2017Montgomery, AL to Vicksburg, MS (285 miles) US Route 80/I-20. From the Civil War Battle of Vicksburg to the antebellum Mansions overlooking the Mississippi River, Vicksburg history is alive and well. From early 18th century Natchez Indian and Choctaw tribe battles and the Mississippi steamboats that made the city a center of trade in the 19th century to the nation-changing events such as the 47 day Siege of Vicksburg in 1863, few cities can claim the number of captivating contributions to U.S. history.Hotel: Courtyard Vicksburg 1 Underwood Drive Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180Phone: 601-636-8788Group Rate: $104Day Three – Monday, 6/19/2017Vicksburg, MS to Shreveport, LA (200 miles) US Routes 80/I-20. Shreveport-style stuffed shrimp are a local delicacy. Large shrimp are stuffed with Creole dressing, deep-fried and served with spicy tartar sauce. Try them at Eddie’s Restaurant, Brother’s Seafood or C&C Café in Shreveport. See vintage aircraft and U.S. Air Force memorabilia at Barksdale Global Power Museum located on nearby Barksdale Air Force Base.Hotel: Courtyard Shreveport Airport 6001 Financial Plaza Shreveport, Louisiana 71129Phone: 318-686-0880Group Rate: $94Day Four – Tuesday, 6/20/2017Shreveport. LA to Waco, TX (265 miles) US Routes 79/69/84. The City is the birthplace of Dr Pepper, the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Waco is also home to the Waco Mammoth National Monument, a 100-plus acre stretch of wooded parkland along the Bosque River. The site provides a glimpse into the lives of Columbian mammoth bones discovered in Waco along the Bosque River and is part of the National Parks System.Hotel: Courtyard Waco 101 Washington Avenue Waco, Texas 76701Phone: 254-752-8686Group Rate: $119Date Five – Wednesday, 6/21/2017Waco, TX to Carlsbad, NM (450 miles) US Routes 84/67/87/62/180. After touring the famous caves, make sure to stick around until sunset for Carlsbad Caverns National Park’s Bat Flight Program. Each evening from mid-April to late October, visitors gather at the Bat Flight Amphitheater to learn all about the fascinating bat species that live inside the cavern from a park ranger before watching thousands of them fly out of the cavern in search of insects to eat. It is a memorable experience that should not be missed.Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites Carlsbad 2525 South Canal Street Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220Phone: 676-887-8000Group Rate: $119Day Six – Thursday, 6/22/2017Carlsbad, NM to El Paso, TX (165 miles) US Routes 62/180. A short drive will give everyone a few hours at Carlsbad Caverns before a wonderful drive through the southwest Arizona Mountains. Historic El Paso Mission Trail is located in El Paso’s Lower Valley. This Trail is rich in history dating back 400 years. Sure to take your breath away these three adobe churches remain as living testaments to the faith of our Spanish and Indian ancestors. Established in 1682 the Ysleta Mission is the cornerstone of the Ysleta del Sur Indian Pueblo. Two miles east lies the Socorro Mission. The architecture of this mission reflects the culture, politics and insurmountable spirit of the early settlers of this vibrant town. Established in 1789 the San Elizario Chapel is an amazing paragon of late adobe church architecture in West Texas and New Mexico. It is an exquisite reflection of European architectural styles on the earlier, simpler box-like missions of the region.Hotel: Fairfield Inn & Suites El Paso 7514 Remcon Circle El Paso, Texas 79912Phone: 915-845-7400Group Rate: $95Day Seven – Friday, 6/23/2017El Paso, TX to Tucson, AZ (320 miles) TX Route 9/AZ Route 80/I-10. A fantastic drive on great MG roads through the mountains of southwestern New Mexico past the Pancho Villa State Park into Arizona and the Coronado National Forest through Tombstone will take us to Tucson. New York Magazine called Tucson “the Southwest’s next foodie destination.” Wine Enthusiast named Tucson one of 2016’s Top Under-the- Radar Food Towns.Hotel: Tucson Marriott University Park 880 East Second Street, Tucson Arizona 85719Phone: 520.882.4100Group Rate: $113Day Eight – Saturday, 6/24/2017Tucson to San Diego (470 miles) AZ Route 86 to I-6. Probe the cosmos at Kitt Peak National Observatory just outside of Tucson before heading to San Diego.Enjoy MG 2017 then formulate your own plans to return home. ... See MoreSee Less
Looks like a blast. We are planning on going to SD but on a different schedule. May drop down to Waco and have some Texas grub with y'all
I believe these chaps are on the way to GOF Central-The British Summit. ... See MoreSee Less
This picture was taken in July of 2015. With any luck, they will make it to The Summit on time. 🙂
drivetribe.com/t/XZmsHlueRvWgE6zwliLdVg…Hey everyone I just started a Drive Tribe for discussing British car projects. Everyone is welcome to post photos articles or anything pertaining to the topic. ... See MoreSee Less
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Drove the 66 BGT to work today ,almost 60° in Ohio yay. ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
I live in Warren. Way too much salt on the roads up here for my B
I like that color of the roadster in your profile pic
Another 66GT owner. Would not want anything else. Going driving tomorrow.
Got to whip the MG around on the Ricart test track today. These tires and the bigger swaybar are absolutely phenomenal. May or may not have gotten a bit sideways coming down the gradient. ... See MoreSee Less
Just joined the NAMGBR! I'm also going to give a membership to my dad for his birthday this weekend. We own numerous MGB's but here's a photo of his 1969 MGC GT and my 1979 MGB roadster at a meet up in Sorrento, FL today. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Welcome to the Register! be sure to contact the Registrar for weach of your cars (MGB, MGC)
Welcome indeed. I just saw this and checked my email and I see you online registration/payment waiting for me to process (I'm the current Treasurer). Glad to have you with us!
Looking forward to meeting at the GOF South.
Mark your calendar!33rd Annual Dayton British Car Day Saturday, August 5, 2017 9am - 4pmEastwood MetroPark, 1385 Harshman Rd. Dayton, Oh.Participants choice car show, vendors & swap meet, full service concession stand, dash plaques to first 325 entrants, and as always, spectators are admitted for free.Registration: $15 in advance includes free BCD t-shirt if received before July 21, 2017; $15 day of show, Vendors; $25 or door prize of equal value. Registration open 9 am until Noon. Show runs rain or shine!Special Awards: Longest Drive, Ranger’s Choice & Best of Show Awards in 30 classesRegister online at ... See MoreSee Less
British Car Day
4 days ago
namgbr.org/events/ to submit to the NAMGBR calendar
5 days ago
Great winter over
Beautiful , you can't bet black .
BRG looks black at night. Black top tho.
TBT...Road trip to MG99 - stop at Devils Tower. My 1969 MGC in the forefront, what would become my 1968 (now owned by Scott Williams)MGC on the right, and the MGB of Thomas Biehl on the left. This was a fantastic trek from Central Illinois to Vancouver, BC and back in 1999. ... See MoreSee Less
Does a mgc hood fit an mgb ? I want to say yes but i also dont like to assume?
During the trip, we also stopped at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD...drove through The Badlands....stopped at Wall Drug...had lunch in Sturgis, SD where they were getting ready for the yearly Harley Davidson invasion, visited Mount Rushmore (where we changed out a fuel pump under the watchful eye of a Park Ranger)...stopped at the site of "Custer's Last Stand" near Little Big Horn...overnighted in Coure d'Alene, ID and enjoyed Fourth of July Fireworks...made a pitstop at SeaTac Arrivals to pick up my wife..On the way home be stopped by Victoria British and bought some spares.......it was a GREAT experience. The meet was pretty good, too.
I made almost an identical journey to MG2005 with Jai Deagan...only added a visit to the Crazy Horse Memorial and saw fireworks in Couer d'Alene. The road trip back was also full of adventure. Jai and I "geo-cached" out and back that year in his 1975 MGB.
6 days ago
that just ain't right...
Well, that TD will never be saved!
Now that's a TD that someone under 60 might be interested in!!! wonder if this qualifies for "saving the breed"?
It qualifies as totally destroying a great car!
Spurious. I like it.
Looks like a wild ride .
The saving grace is that it looks like a kit. The fuel tank is at the wrong angle, the windshield frame is wrong, the lights are wrong...
I can live with that.
To each is own , anyone who can build a ride like that is a credit to the custom car hobby
I've had people Criticize my B Chevy conversion hi performance Roadster which I built myself; my reply is I didn't build it to please anyone else but me; and dam it brings a smile to my face especially when the throttle is wide open
I think this sounds like , a good time , and fun with a car , good for you .
Do you think the hotel would notice if I stole the mirror? ... See MoreSee Less
Octagonal thoughts to you Bob!
That's a cool mirror, but I think you should probably leave it where it is.
How long are you in town for? The Classic MG Club of Orlando has a dinner/meeting tomorrow night.
What mirror? 😉
You really should complete it by adding the letters with a bar of soap! 🙂
Maybe.... but you could ask them where they bought it.
Very sad newsBrian Moylan has passed awayBrian worked in Competition department MGs ... See MoreSee Less
Another lovely guy although I believe he has been unwell for some time.
Brian was our featured guest at NAMGBR's MG '98 convention in Hagerstown, MD. He had great stories of his days in the Comps Department at Abingdon which he shared in person as well as in his books. He's pictured here (in the center) with Ken Smith and Ian Pender.
The March/April issue of The MG Driver is now in the mail! (It is a packed issue so a lot of stuff had to be saved to the next one) ... See MoreSee Less
Making good progress toward April 15th deadline. ... See MoreSee Less
Slight modification there can't wait to see the results
This is the final factory configuration.
Morning ride to the airport, nice day 78 degrees ... See MoreSee Less
This one is sadder... but I'm working on it. Was 78 here too.
In the 70s here in dallas too. Had to have my fix so I drove to nowhere
At least i didnt have to actually steal it!
Nice car, like the finish!
Just cross posting this info - trying not to overwhelm the main NAMGBR group with MG 2017 Annual Convention Info - so if you're interested, please "like" the MG 2017 event page (not just like this post), so you get the info published directly on the MG 2017 Event Page in your FB news feed. ... See MoreSee Less
MG 2017 - North American MGB Register Annual Convention
Ready to get back on the dragon!! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Nice ride. That a blue color? V8? Any more pics?
Supercharged 1.8 MGB ... 5 speed convert... dark blue very light metallic... rear disc brake conversion... 15" wheel... 205-50 15 fit with no issues...
Nice car looks great thx for sharing
nice paint. black is tough and your body man did it right!
I love the stance on your B. What did you do to lower the car? My B sits much higher and would love to lower it.
While attending MG-2006
Pete Mantell (white B) and me (red C) on the Dragon - 2006
Been There...Done That!!! It was GREAT!!!! 🙂
What and where is the Dragon?
When is the next big group of MGs going? I'd love to go again.
There is an all-British show in Townsend each spring in May.
Been there and done that also numerous times, but it's really getting way to crowded and overly populated with true crazies. My last trip in Sept '16 got aborted 1 mile into the Dragon because 2 rice rockets heading in opposite directions hit head on resulting in two fatalities, thus closing the road for +3 hours. If you have done so take a look at The Snake in TN, It's Hwy 421 between Mountain City, Tn and Bristol, Tn. 33 miles and 489 curves, but not near as crowded.
I would love to take my Baby to the Dragon, or down Route 66.
We will drive this road and others similar in June at BritishV8. This is US 60. It should have a catchy nickname....
We live 40 minutes away. In June it is so busy and the police are out.
For the most fun do it off season!!
Received my award today thanks Houston MG Car Club ... See MoreSee Less
Way to go Dale! Well done you Big Ole Director!
And....it's almost driving season in NC ... See MoreSee Less
who's she? and what time can i pick her up?
Don't brag. 8" snow tomorrow. I'll send ya some.
Driven Madge to work every day this week. 🙂
Happy to have her on our team
Great Picture! You look smashing!
Finally something nice to look at.
Forecast says 69 degrees on Sunday here in East TN .
Love the jacket .
Jags ready to go too! ... See MoreSee Less