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20 Aug 20 |

“That’s standard, sir!”

Read our latest Safety Fast! article on the types of things that MG customers complained about in the 1930s. A couple of them may just surprise you.

17 Aug 20 |

2007 Peking to Paris rally in a 1938 MG SA

In 2007, two MG’s took up the challenge to travel across the world from Peking to Paris – an MG SA and a ZA Magnette. Here is their story.

15 Aug 20 |

The Life of William Morris, Lord Nuffield – Part 2

Peter Cook looks into the life of William Morris in part 2 of his story, without William Morris there would not have been Morris Garages, hence no MG marque.

14 Aug 20 |

The life of William Morris, Lord Nuffield – Part 1

Peter Cook looks into the life of William Morris in part 1 of his story, without William Morris there would not have been Morris Garages, hence no MG marque.

7 Aug 20 |

Kiwi Midget Alpine Tour

Follow Paul Walbran’s story of how he shipped two Midgets from New Zealand to enter the California Cup at Silverstone before embarking on an adventure.

4 Aug 20 |

MX5 vs MGTF

To celebrate 25 years of the MGF we’re going back in time to the September 2007 issue of Safet Fast! with the MX5 vs MG TF feature.

24 Jul 20 |

The MG Metro is 25 this year

This feature from the October 2007 edition of Safety Fast! follows the story of the MG Metro that was introduced to the world back in 1982.

22 Jul 20 |

A wolf in Sheep’s clothing

Read one MGCC member’s story about their MG Montego Turbo which they have owned since 1989. They also share their memories with the Montego Turbo.

17 Jul 20 |

So I bought an Airline….

One of our members, Williams Opie, shares his story on how he brought an MG Airline from 1934 and the history of this little car.

11 Jul 20 |

MG Maestro: An Appreciation after 25 Years – Part 2

In 1988 I happened to take my sons to the NEC Motor Show, not really expecting to see anything particularly special. Imagine my astonishment when we wandered on to the Rover stand and saw what looked like a striking customised MG Maestro with the evocative word ‘Turbo’ on the rear hatch.