MGA Register

Started by a band of enthusiasts more than 40 years ago, the MGA Register is dedicated to maintaining the profile of the MGA at the forefront of the classic car movement in the UK and world wide.

To visit our microsite please click here.

The services and support we offer to MGA and Twin Cam owners are listed below.

Register Data Base: Now containing records on more than 2000 cars, the data base is the central source of information about the specification and ownership of surviving MGAs and Twin Cams.

Technical information and support: The vast body of knowledge accumulated by the Registers over the past 55 years is available to all MGA owners. Much of this is contained on our DVD published in 2006 covering the restoration and maintenance of all models. We also deal with technical questions on an individual basis.These can be asked by letter, email or telephone call.

Buying an MGA: The Register has worked with the Club to produce an excellent guide to the range of MGA models, prices and what to look for. To see the guide, click here. For anyone seeking a second opinion about a prospective purchase, the Register may have someone in the area willing to accompany you, just ask.

MGA merchandise: A small range of clothing, accessories, badges and books is produced each year to enhance the enjoyment of your MGA. These are sold at our events and by mail order. The most popular item is a reproduction of the original leather key fob

Events: Registers have the duty to encourage the use of our cars. MGA Day is an annual event usually held at a stately home in the Midlands where upwards of 60 MGAs will gather. Our highly popular touring weekends are arranged twice each year, one in the Northern half of Great Britain, the other in the South. For the latest information go to our “Events” page.

History: Recording the development and achievements of specific cars is the remit of our Historiafirst of a new linen. The Register publishes books and magazine articles based on these records. Information is available to researchers on request.


Stuart Mumby