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We're extremely proud of MG Benji for making his first appearance in China at the launch of the new MG ZS 👍 ... See MoreSee Less
4 hours ago
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He gets about a bit these days, doesn't he!
How can you support SAIC destroying the ZS name?
Did you know that MG Car Club membership can entitle you to discounts on your insurance? Find out more here: www.mgcc.co.uk/membership ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Signed up last week, saved £160 with Pete Best, well worth joining 👍🏻
What have you got planned with your #MG this weekend?If you're not sure and fancy doing something, fear not - we've got you covered: www.mgcc.co.uk/whats-on-this-weekend-18th-19th-february/ ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
FRL. Loads of nutters driving their mg's around the M25, roofs down (of course) , raising money for Homes for heroes charity.
Just finishing prepping Orangutan.
Snowdrop run with Banana tomorrow. Then Sunday up to Shildon for the 75/ZT OC meet.
It will be 65-70 F here in North Carolina so my plan for the MGB is some back roads hoonery.
Friends Round London for the Thames Valley region of the MGF Register, a fantastic crazy midnight topless lap of the M25 for UK Homes 4 Heroes
Working on the k series midget on Sat and Stoneleigh on Sunday
Too cold in Stockholm Sweden. Quick startup and dreaming about spring runs! 😎
FRL can't wait.
Far too wet here, still loads of salt on the roads....
First a good clean.
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Now that's what you call a #ThrowbackThursdayWe're celebrating Throwback Thursday with this slow motion set of Bill & Liz Bennett's famous J2 jumping a hill at the 2013 Cotswold Clouds Trial. That's some proper Safety Fast! motoring! (© Stephen Maddalena) ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
That's a nice trick to clear that rock and the trail
Your one and only this #ValentinesDay ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Happy Valentine's Day to my MGB GT!
Taken tonight at lincoln cathedral. (Feel free to share)
Why is the grill badge not aligned with the bonnet bulge ? Was this a common issue from new ? Or is it reproduction parts poorly manufactured ?
I still have my first love. A1950 MGTD
Mandy Giffin ! X
Un mito x pochi eletti....io sono uno di quelli!
The MG Car Club is the original club for MG owners, based in the heart of MG country, Abingdon in Oxfordshire. We are a not for profit organisation, supporting every MG from the very first to the latest models. From insurance discounts, technical support and events across the world, the Club caters for every MG owner. Join here today - www.mgcc.co.uk/membership/join-now/ ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
been trying to join for months...will be visiting in the spring
When my mgf Abingdon is bk on the road I'm driving there and getting a pick
When I visited the Club in 2002 ... (?) coming from Portugal...
Will always remember the day I visited Kimber House. A kind gent named Pete showed me where my MGB took to the road for the very first time.
Hi, from your affiliated MG club in Austria!!!
Does anyone know more about my MGB development car? it was used by the factory between 1978 and 1980, I've put a page together about it and I'd like to find out more, plus maybe get in touch with anyone who may remember working on it? www.oldclassiccar.co.uk/mgb-roadster.htm All help much appreciated 🙂
Our 2017 photo of the year winner Michael Amorsen poses with his prize. Many congratulations once again, Michael! #MGFamily ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
MG have revealed their driver line-up for the upcoming 2017 Official BTCC seasonwww.mgcc.co.uk/mg-announce-btcc-driver-line-up-for-2017/ ... See MoreSee Less
This MGB GT was stolen from a driveway in London last night. Please share #MGFamilyJW: Stolen from a driveway in London last night. A 1972 MGB GT. Keep an eye out people! ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
please buy stop locks and other modern security devices
love this car so much ive had 2 of them
Which #MG is your favourite?👍 - MGF❤️ - MGA 😆 - MGB😯 - MG TF Vote using reactions! ... See MoreSee Less
1954 TF (owned since 1982) with the unique folding wind screen that makes nice day motoring great fun. Although I do also like Jay Leno's MG TD with a Chevy 350 v8....
I liked my MG ZT 190... (yes alright it's a Rover 75 in a track suit, and it was massively unreliable, but when it worked it was a dream! I enjoyed all ten days...)
Is there anywhere in essex where I can pay for a drive a mg gbt for my mum who used to own one and I'd love her to drive one again perhaps round a track ??
After MGB GT, MGB, Sprite, MGA 1500, MGA 1600, ZT, TF135, TF160 it's the MGA has my heart... until my Shorrock blown MGB hits the road in a couple of months time!
I'm biased as I have both a monogram TF and a 75th Anniversary F
F by a mile my wife Diane has a tf .she likes that more .
MGA given the ultimate choice. But do love my MG TF135 and MG6 that I actually own now.
MGR V8 and have the MGF, TF , MGA , MGB, MGB GT, MG C, MG 1100, MG TD and TF also 🙂
😆 Got to be the MGB, though the MGA Twin Cam is a car I'd dearly love to own.
I love my 62B and 99F equally, different cars for different drives
Every car that came out of that building to the left out of your front door
A few Midgets, a few MGBs and a MGA....love them all!
I Love My MGB Mk 1 1964. But a MGA is still a dream to for fill.
MGC GT, MGA and MGB roadster
MGA, MGB, MGF, MGTF (all varieties) Love 'em all!
Midget all day!
I don't know the difference between them.
MGB GT V8
I'm selling my MGA
MGC = 😍
Mgtf 2003 from italy for sale
MGA Coupe in Red please.
A brilliant photo we got tagged in on Twitter from the Monte Carlo Historic Rally.What have you been doing in your #MG this weekend? ... See MoreSee Less
This is the ex Gregor Grant car that was a press car on the 1953 Monte Carlo Rally and returned in 1954 to compete.
I took the GT to a local autojumble and even found a copy of the owners manual for a bargain price. Great day!
Nothing this weekend, but will be rallying from London to Lisbon in April
Think that was originally sold by University Motors where I started my working life in 1961
Down to a windy but sunny seaside American diner.
Got the TF 160 wet!!!!!
Great picture, my nephews Porsche 356b is in the background
Who agrees? #ThrowbackThursday ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
I think of my MGB GT V8 as a sensible "Super" car (In it's day it would see off most things and it's still a pretty quick machine) but I'd prefer to own (And have done so for almost 33 years) a Midget, in preference to a Ferrari. If someone gave me a Ferrari, unless they gave me a maintenance budget, I couldn't afford to run (Or even insure) it. So far as performance is concerned, with speed cameras and traffic levels as they are, I don't know that a 200mph maximum speed is that useful but anyone, who remembers the late Steve Everitt and his very fast Midget, might recall the time at Castle Coombe, when of all the cars present (Inc some very quick machines....ex Peterson BMW 2002 turbo, that I seem to recall was giving 500 bhp), the Midget set fastest lap. Everitt's driving may have had a lot to do with it but even he wouldn't have set fastest lap had he been driving a Reliant 3 wheeler. I suggest a lot of it comes down to vanity and if the the aforementioned Reliant provided the right image, a lot of people would want one of those.
The interiors were crude. The cars high maintenance and trouble prone, poor parts availability. Posermobiles. I don't need to specify I'am referring to the Ferrari do I.
I currently own a RWA Midget of which I'm about to dispose of, it's a fun car to drive no doubt, but to compare it to a Ferrari is absurd. This is obviously long before advertising standards were tightened up to prevent misrepresentation.
We loved ours in the 70s, BC (before children) although no. 1 daughter came home from hospital in it. Being driven around, top down, in winter, in a sleeping bag, wonderful memories.
I sold my 65 midget to a couple from Spain,when they turned up to collect it they were not very tall and must have been about 16 stone each.they managed to fit in and drive off home.must have been 3" ground clearance.
As much as I thoroughly enjoy my MGF, I miss 'mertyl' the midget immensely, a hoot to drive enthusiastically.
I miss my 1970 Midget. I only hope that she is still living out her days in Southern California.
1972-1974 round rear wheel openings. I had one and I was 6 foot 1 inch and 210 lbs. would love to find one today
Family hack since 1979, now with its third generation....
We had Midgets in our twenties, and loved them. We don't fit in them any more, but a B Roadster's nearly as good.
I would add the word "average" to that phrase. Being above average in size stops me driving a Midget (too big), an MGB Roadster (too tall) & an RV8 (too tall). If i was any bigger, or the car any smaller, i wouldn't be able to drive my MGF either. It's hard being at the 95th percentile & an MG fan... 😔
Loved my 1275 midget but very different to my 208 GTB Turbo Ferrari but both could make me smile
There you go Andy
I LOVE ... MG ...
The MG Car Club was created for members to enjoy their MGs and meet like-minded people.With events all over the UK and around the world, your latest adventure could be just around the corner.Find out more, and become a member today.www.mgcc.co.uk/membership ... See MoreSee Less
aujourdhui dimanche 150km avec ma vieille mg en landes girondines suivi d un bon repas canard à l auberge des vignes sauternes! bravo mes amis !
Just got a 1978 MGB! It's being restored now, but want to join one of these around Akron, Ohio area.
There is a local affiliated club in the Rochester New York area for anyone interested in joining. Contact me for details.
we are members
We've got another vintage #MG photo and quiz question for this week's #ThrowbackThursday...Which models of MG are being driven out of the factory? 👀 ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
18/80 or from that series, cars going off to get bodies fitted elsewhere.
I think these are 18/80
Next question, are these on test drives or were they driven to another location for body installation?
I think they are 18/80 magnettes prior to coachwork looking at wheels and headlamps, pre 1930
Not sure the model, but this was the Berkshire factory prior to the opening of Abingdon.
18/80 mark 1. Earlier production with rod brakes and wide bodies so tourers or saloons.
Very sone we have springtime for our baby's
HSE would have a fit
An incomplete model
The Best! 👌
Mg zr 😉
The joy of #snow... Take care on the roads today. ... See MoreSee Less
Can't wait to get mine and for the summer!
Did you know that the MG Car Club has increased the age of its young drivers' half price entry fees from 16-21 years old to 16-25?You can find out more about this as the Club will once again be exhibiting at the Autosport International 2017 from this Thursday 12th January - Sunday 15th January. www.mgcc.co.uk/motorsport/mg-car-club-at-the-2017-autosport-international-racing-car-show/ ... See MoreSee Less
to come 2017
Congratulations to MG Car Club member Michael Amorsen from Denmark who has won our 2016 Photo of the Year competition 🏆The quality was very high this year, so well done and thank-you to everyone that entered. #MGFamily ... See MoreSee Less
By the way. She is also starring in the next season of the danish TV-series "Badehotellet" or "The Bathhotel" as Mr. Weyse´s automobile.
Wonderful picture, congratulations!
Old cool car
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A flashback to some magic on show in the Abingdon MG factory.Can anyone guess the year?#ThrowbackThursday ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
Unsure what year, but it was taken at 20 minutes past 2
C Type Midgets, by the height of the windscreen and the location of the stabilising rod between the front wings. But the most famous C Types were supercharged, and there's no blower (or side-mounted SU carburettor) mounted between the dumb irons. Still looking for details...
I stated work at age 15 in 1969 at Macfarlane and Thirsk precision engineering, we had a clocking in clock identical to the one on the picture and I believe the company started in 1938, I was told by some of the women who worked there during the war years that they did a lot of war work. But when I worked there, I used to do second off work on the car components we made for Armstrong's in Beverley, East Yorkshire, we also made other specialized components but then in the 1980s with the demise of the British car industry Macfarlane and Thirsk went into liquidation. So I'm going to say the year is 1938. Linda x
I did go to Abingdon in 1980, just as MGB's were finishing. Special Tuning works there. very cool. The rubber bumper car park in the factory depressed me...
Late 31 at least . Later bonnet style, later rad filler caps and later wheel spinners
C Type 1931-32 Cathelijne Spoelstra which one???
Looks like the MG my husband and his dad had which I think was an MG TA circa 1939.
Looks like an M type to me. The TA was in 36 and this isn't a TA.
The C type Midget, produced from 1929 per the anorak. Look draughty.
An early 30's model because of the cycle mudguards at the front.
Late '31 or early '32? MMM cars I think, not T Types
Mid to late 30s
I'd say 1931, at the start of C Type production
MG C Midget 1931-32
Proper cars by proper engineers 1936
1938 just before WWII
I agree with my president David Peter Broadhurst 😉
Happy New Year MG fans - may 2017 be a prosperous year for you all!#MGFamily ... See MoreSee Less
That is my husbands car!!!😊
That's my photo!
Same model as my husbands first car and he still owns it!
Happy New Year to all MG lovers. 🍷🍷
Happy new year !
Fabrice, MGClub de France
yes friends of cars mg
Happy Birthday David. Hope you have a lovely day. X
Connie Randall 👍🏻
#ThrowbackThursday and some vintage #MGB advertising ... See MoreSee Less
but still however lost a boat load of style over A .. mine
c est la mienne en rouge colorado please!!!
The MG Car Club would like to wish all MG fans across the world a Merry Christmas! Have you been lucky enough to get something MG related from Santa? ... See MoreSee Less
No, but my daughter and I were caught enjoying the Christmas decorations, The Hague, Netherlands
No we did not but we were lucky to receive this beautifully hand crafted clock ( by BillLonghurst )for his 80th birthday
Would love a MGA roadster Santa please, I've been very good.
Merry Christmas from sunny Perth WA 🇦🇺
I got the wife this to go with mine 😉
From me too...
my MGB GT 1970
Maggie Yeadon's F got a respray, does that count?
On this day in 1931, MG EX127 took four records at Montlhéry with Captain George Eyston at the wheel. For safety reasons, Captain Eyston wears special asbestos overalls after MG EX120 caught fire just three months before.#ThrowbackThursday ... See MoreSee Less
You can tell by the Captain's face that these asbestos overalls chafe your thighs something terrible.
In Davie Florida he'd get a ticket for those tires.
Have you finished your Christmas shopping yet? If you haven't then fear not, we've got some great gifts and stocking fillers 🎁The last day for ordering merchandise is Tuesday 20th December, so be quick! Please ring the Club office on 01235 555552 if you wish to place an order. ... See MoreSee Less
Which now includes the SVW Register
MGCC Register and Center Clothing also available from shop.topsigns.net/
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En nu nu nog effe de prachtige billenpartij van een MGA
Had one in the USAF
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