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Government publishes Guidance on Substantial Change to Vehicles of Historical Interest

The Government has now defined what are ‘substantial changes’ to Vehicles of Historic Interest. If a vehicle has been substantially changed within the previous 30 years it will have to be submitted for annual MoT testing.
A commentary by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs is on their website, and here’s the link to the Government’s published document.

T Register email newsletter for December – and Captain Castor issue 20

The December T Register email Newsletter has now been sent out and the latest edition of Captain Castor has been published.
If you are a subscriber and haven’t yet got the Newsletter, let us know by contacting David Wardell.
If you are an UK MG Car Club member and wish to receive the Newsletter, go to
http://www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/newsletter/
and fill the form in at the bottom of the page.
You can see the latest issue of Captain Castor at http://www.mgcc.co.uk/tregister/captain-castor-issue-no20/. Captain Castor has lots of advice for this Christmas on what to put on your list to Santa for your favourite MG, particularly if you’re not of a member of the originality police …

T Register shop

The T Register shop is up and running and hosted on the MG Car Club’s shop.

There is a complete listing of our items on the T Register’s web site –

The T Register Shop

There is a clickable link for each item which will take you directly to that item on the MGCC shop site. Payment and delivery completion is handled by the MG Car Club.

T Register email newsletter for November – and Captain Castor issue 19

The November T Register email Newsletter has now been sent out and the latest edition of Captain Castor has been published.
If you are a subscriber and haven’t yet got the Newsletter, let us know by contacting David Wardell.
If you are an UK MG Car Club member and wish to receive the Newsletter, go to
http://www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/newsletter/
and fill the form in at the bottom of the page.
You can see the latest issue of Captain Castor at http://www.mgcc.co.uk/tregister/captain-castor-issue-no19/. Captain Castor was invited to the MGCC Council and of course has the inside track on what goes on there. Read on and find out what really goes on in this inner sanctum …

A new facility for selling your car and spares

A new facility has been added to the T Register’s website for selling your car.
The adverts placed on here will be promoted through our email Newsletter and on our Facebook Page; the Newsletter is sent to more than 800 people and our Facebook page posts regularly get over 600 hits, so there’s a potential very large audience out there for your sale.
The adverts page is http://www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/for-sale/.
There is a Form page for your car for sale advert
http://www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/cars-for-sale/car-for-sale-form/
and separate Form page for your spares for sale advert
http://www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/for-sale/spares-for-sale/

T Register News magazine October 2017

The October 2017 T Register News has now been published and is available for download.
It contains a full report on the T Register’s Autumn weekend to the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales and an article by David Reeves, this year’s winner of the Malcolm Hogg Trophy for a car restoration.
Sadly this will be the last T Register News magazine as we will be concentrating on the monthly email Newsletter from now on. Our Chairman Ian Palmer explains the reasoning for this.

T Register Annual Awards Winners

The 2017 winners of the T Register’s annual awards, the Malcolm Hogg Trophy, the Montagu Burton Trophy, and the Secretary’s Award are all now up on the website.

Congratulations to the three winners!

2017 T Type race meetings reports

The 2017 racing season has now ended but we have reports and photos of all the meetings thanks to Colin Murrell the MGCC’s photographer.
There are also photos and reports on two hillclimb meetings held this year, and the links to all these reports are on the T Type and T Specials racing reports 2017 page of this website.

T Register email newsletter for October – and Captain Castor issue 18

The October T Register email Newsletter has now been sent out and the latest edition of Captain Castor has been published.
If you are a subscriber and haven’t yet got the Newsletter, let us know by contacting David Wardell.
If you are an UK MG Car Club member and wish to receive the Newsletter, go to
http://www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/newsletter/
and fill the form in at the bottom of the page.
You can see the latest issue of Captain Castor at http://www.mgcc.co.uk/tregister/captain-castor-issue-no18/. Captain Castor has of course been on the T Register Autumn Tour in the Lake District and was instrumental in deciding that the consumption of beer was de rigeur for all T Type running repairs.

Report on the T Register’s Autumn Tour to the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales

A full report on the T Register’s Autumn Tour to the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales is now available together with photos of the event and links to a complete album and two videos on our Facebook Page.