Due to the fact that MGs have long been the world's most popular sports cars, spare parts for most post-1945 models are usually not very difficult to find.
However, quality and fit can be an issue sometimes. Meanwhile the quality of service can be variable where non-specialist garages are concerned and most of our members now choose an independent MG specialist for most service tasks they don't feel able to tackle themselves.
The Club is keen to engage with and support these specialists who do so much to help our members keep their MGs on the road. The main way we do this is to publish and supply to all members annually a booklet called the MG Car Club Trade Directory which lists suppliers ofÂ parts and services around the UK and in continental Europe.
These suppliers are committed to supporting the Club and its members, so give them a try first.
You can also find the Trade Directory online here. If you do decide to undertake service work yourself, the Club offers a selection of technical manuals by Haynes and other significant publishers in our online shop, here, which you will find very useful.
It can help to talk to your model Register if the parts you need are hard to find or you are not sure about the quality of one available part versus another.
Plus, members offering their surplus parts through classified ads. As always, you can contact us at Kimber House for help and advice. Advertising in Safety Fast! is also a good source of parts, with traders offering new and used parts,