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MGB GT Links
   MG websites you should visit...

Clubs / Enthusiasts' Pages / Spares and Other MG Sites / Classic Car Sites

  MG Drivers Club (D):
The MGDC is one of the biggest german MG clubs and home to every MG enthusiast. I'm a member and I can absolutely recommend this MG club

MG Cars Enthusiasts' Club (UK):
News and articles. Events diary. Models from pre-war to MGF. Advertising. Clubs and Services.


MG Owners' Club (UK):
The MGOC is the world's largest single marque car club. On this pages you'll find lots of information about the MGOC, Enjoying MG magazine, spares, dates, contacts, racing...

  MG Car Club (UK):
"The M.G. Car Club is one of the world's leading international car clubs." From the foundation in 1930 by John Thornley, former Managing Director of the M.G. Car Company, the Club has provided MG enthusiasts with a great range of services.
  MG Car Club BCV8 Championship (UK):  
The BCV8 Championship is a UK based motor racing series for members of the MG Car Club who race the MGB and the other variations of that bodyshell. These include the GT version as well as the MGC, 3 litre MGB GT V8 and RV8. If it looks like an MGB you can race in BCV8 - hence the name!
MG Club de France (F):
Bienvenue au MG Club de France! Club, sounds(!), images, contacts, classifieds, FAQs, boutique, technics, links plus loads of nice made pages. Well worth bookmarking!
  MG Club Italia (I): 
Very professional site, with loads of informations. Even worth a visit if you don't understand that much italian (like me)
Enthusiasts' Pages
  Enthusiasts of British Cars in Germany (D):
News, contacts, events diary, hints etc. for enthusiasts of british cars in Germany: MG, AC - TVR and Triumph. You can even subscribe to a newsletter
  Scuderia Froschenteich (D):
The Scuderia Froschenteich consists of german fans of british sportscars. MG T series, A, B, BGTV8, Midget and MGF. Interested in MGs and more ? Then visit this site...
  British Car Connection Rhein-Main (D):
These pages are featuring a bunch of german MG drivers & enthusiasts. Loads of pics (mostly MGBs), photo of the months, contacts, links...
  www.MGB-GT.de (D): 
Nice site with plenty of pics to illustrate the restoration story of a BGT. I'm thinking of my own GT when browsing through these pages. Great...
  Andreas Frey's MGB/MGA site (D):
This site features Andreas' MGB (now sold) and the restoration of his beautiful MGA. Also lots of links, books for the MG enthusiast etc.
MG B die Infoseite fr den MGB (D):
Information site about the MGB. Buyers guide, data, technical tips, picture galleries. Very nice scrapyard photos!
V8Worm's '77 MGBV8 (B):
The detailed story how a 1977 rubber-B is converted to Rover-V8 power. Covers also the brakes (Wilwood). With plenty of pictures.
  David's MGB GT (UK): 
David woke up one morning in July 2002 and decided to buy an MG. This website is dedicated to his 1980 MGB GT
  MGBnet (UK):
The MGBnet is a site to cover all MGB models and bring together owners and enthusiasts, allowing them to share information and ideas. Basis of this site is a three-year restoration of a MGB GT
  Nick's MGB GT V8 Conversion (UK):
...with Sebring body kit and fully independent Jaguar XJ6 suspension and brakes! Marvellous guide: How to transfer your 1973 1800cc MGB GT to put modern sports cars to shame...
The pages of 'Bee' and 'Vee' (UK):
Who are 'Bee' and 'Vee'? They are a 1973 Black Tulip roadster and a 1975 Tahiti Blue Factory V8, currently in the custodianship of Paul Hunt. Read about their purchase and use, then go to 'Hammer and Spanner' to help keep yours on the road
  The MGB Experience (US):
Follow the story of Skye Poier doing a rolling restoration on his '66 MGB. Register your MG at the International MG register ! Join an e-mail discussion group! Also lots of links, pictures and sounds ! Really a great site
MGB Restoration V6 (US):
Gary is rebuilding a 1964 MGB and converting it to GM 3.4L V6 power and coil-over-shocks front suspension. Note the cleanliness of Gary's workshop, and the high standard of his work.
  Stanley's 1969 MGB GT (US):
Have a look at Stanley Hall's red 1969 MGB GT - a real beauty...
  Classic 1969 MGB GT (US):
This homepage had been created to advertise a '69 MGB GT, but after all, the owner liked it too much to actually sell it... Nice photos!
  Bill Merideth's 1973 MGB GT (US): 
History, restoration, before / after pictures, links, Bill's previous projects...
Patrick Bartle's MGB GT Project (CA): 
This web site is all aboutthe restoration/re-creation of a 1971 MGB GT. These pages are updatde as the project moves along - like when fitting a 1998 Ford 2.0 liter Zetec engine...
Sam's MGB/GT page:
Sam got his BGT from his father, who purchased itnew in Portland, Oregon, in July, 1974. After driving it every day for 22 years, Sam got his hands on it in 1996. After a quarter century of daily driving, this car is now... still a daily driver!
MG Links:
Bill Parkers link pages. Tech info links. Enthusiast's pages. Clubs & Organisations. Vendors & Suppliers. Books & Manuals...
Nory's MG Car Links:
Nory's MG Car links - this means plenty of websites from A - Z
Spares and Other MG Sites

British Open (D):
Based in Hamburg, Germany, British Open specializes in spares and accessories for MG, Austin-Healey, Triumph and the Mini. Don't know why, but they also offer now parts for that M*@#a MX5 piece of junk


Stevens (D):
Spare parts
and accessories mainly for MG, Jaguar, Austin-Healey and Morris Minor. Located in Wesel, Germany

UK-Classics.com Forum (D):
German classic car forum featuring british classics cars. You need to register (free of charge) to use this site.
Heuten Autoersatzteile (D):
Spare parts for MG, Triumph, Austin-Healey, Jaguar. Infos about the team, special offers, web-shop, catalogues, price lists. Very well-made website!
  Moss Motors Ltd. (GB):
Moss Motors is America's oldest (since 1948) and largest British sports car specialist. MG, Triumph, Austin-Healey, Jaguar. Sadly, they also serve now for that M*#!a Miata - MX5 shit. Anyway, you can order a parts catalog or download an order form from their site

MG Mecca (GB):
Nice site about restoring and tuning MGs. Don't miss the special projects section

MG Enthusiast Magazine (GB):
"The world's best selling independent MG publication catering for all MGs, from pre-war to current TF". This site gives a good overview of the printed mag version. With events calender
TheAutoist (US):
"auto-ist ( 't-iste) n. 1. A specialist in automobiles. 2. One who produces, makes, operates, plays with, or is connected to automobiles. 3. A car nut." Anthony L. "Tony" Barnhill's little MG rescue venture and museum.
  University Motors Ltd. (US):
University Motors specializes in the MG sportscars, yet any classic British car is welcome Univerity offers line and bench service, full maintenance, restoration, technical support and much more
  High Performance Products (AUS):
Fancy a supercharger in your MG? Read this: 1800cc B-series engine, hi-flow head, strengthened bottom end, and - dyno tested 200+ bhp...
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