Back Issues of “Safety Fast!” for sale
MGA Register Archive has Back issues of “Safety Fast!” for sale
1966 March sold
1966 July sold
1966 August sold
1966 September Some pages removed
1967 July on order
1967 August Damaged cover
1968 June Contains the article “MGA To The Arctic”
2007 December sold
Prices and Ordering
All copies from 1966 to 1968 £4.00
[Except September 1966 and August 1967 which are reduced to £2.00]
All copies from 2007 £2.00
Postage to a UK address £1.50 for up to 2 magazines in one envelope.
Postage rates to other countries will be notified at the time of ordering.
To order: send an email to email@example.com stating the magazines you want and your name and address for delivery.
We will send you a PayPal invoice which you can pay by credit or debit card at no extra cost.
Please say in your email if you wish to pay by cheque.
MGAs are “cool and sexy” it’s official!
It’s official, click on this link https://www.driving.co.uk/news/video-inherited-mga
Read Charlotte Vowden’s story and watch her video of the MGA she inherited from her father Raymond Greenway. Published in the Sunday Times 12 November 2017.
The Eagle comic 9th September 1955
The Eagle a popular childrens’ comic in the 1950s is believed to be the first publication in the world to announce the impending arrival of the MGA two weeks before the official launch.
Click on the image for a close up of the centre spread of an EX182 MG’s new 1500cc sports car.
Now available from the MGA Register shop as a full size colour poster limited to 101 copies. Priced at £11.00 + p&p, see all the details on our Merchandise page.
Watch MGA Day 2017 on You Tube
MGA Day for 2017 was held a Croome Park Worcestershire on Sunday 13 August with 55 cars of all models and colours on show in a designated picnic area next to the visitor centre. Click here to see Jonny Pollard’s 3 minute video with a specially added soundtrack.
The Car as Art
MGA Register introduces a set of 3 posters presenting the MGA as illustrated in the hand drawn sales brochures of the 1950s. Evocative images to delight all enthusiasts.
See all the posters in our Merchandise shop on this site
Will be on sale at MGLive!
Available now by mail order
Update on Spring Tour 2018
The booking arrangements for this event are finalised and have now been posted to the Events 2018 page of this site. If you would like to take part please visit the page now.
Volunteer wanted for merchandise sales
For the past two years, George Dutton has been responsible for sales of MGA Register merchandise at events and by mail order. We are now seeking a replacement who is willing to take on the following tasks, after a period of induction and experience.
Hold the stocks in a secure environment. In practise, this means one large holdall and several small boxes. Reorder stock from suppliers and implement ideas for new products.
Deliver the holdall to outdoor events such as MGLive! and MGA day. Set up the stall and take a turn on the counter. Cash up at the close and report sales to the Treasurer.
Check the mail box at least weekly and issue PayPal invoices to customers. Pack and despatch orders when payment has been received. Report sales to the Treasurer at the end of each month. (To give you an idea of the level of mail order sales, 71 PayPal invoices were issued in 2016.)
The MGA Stand at MG Live!
The Register would like to hear from anyone who is interested in finding out more about the job. To see the range of products on offer, take a look at the Merchandise Shop page on this site.
In the first instance, please email George Dutton firstname.lastname@example.org He will explain the role in more detail and is happy to work alongside you to ensure a smooth handover.
Please note, at this time we have a volunteer who is willing to take on the issue and control of the PayPal invoicing but cannot commit to the remaining tasks. The option to split the role between the volunteer and another member is a possibility.
Chairman MGA Register
MGA Quad Cam reaches 195.679 mph at Bonneville Salt Flats
Based on a 1961 MGA chassis, this project car was built by Walker- Chapman Performance from Derbyshire. Details of the car can be found on page 162 of “Call it MGA” 2nd edition.