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Family MG History





Family interest in 1930's MG sports cars started in 1983 with the purchase of a 1933 MG J2, Reg No. AND 43 which had sat in the local school boathouse since 1957. The car had previously resided on top of 4 cars in a Hull scrapyard where it had been picked over all apart from a Ford 10 engine.

Since these early days, attention has focused on restoring and maintaining a gradually expanding collection which last year stood at 9 MG's. These date from 1932 to 1969.

The photographs below show some of the collection.



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A Ride in a J Type ....

Drive down Wiscombe Park Estate front drive used for the VSCC Hill Climb. Relatively slow descent due to wandering pheasants!


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A ride in a J Type

Click this link to read our full MG history as appeared in the December 2009 edition of The MG Enthusiast magazine.

To see other video footage on this site please click the following links:
Silverstone 2009 MG Race
3 MGs at Wiscombe Park


Close Up Detail of Our Cars ....

MG J 0554

1983 .... from the beginning

In the school boat houseStripped to rolling chassis stageBare chassisCutting out the ash frameAsh frame assemblyBodywork preparationEngine installationThe finished car

The MG family album ....

First outing in the J1J1MG J TypeA pair of J TypesA young F Type owner in a J TypeMG J TypeMG F TypeMG J2MG J2MG J2Alvis, MG J1 and J2MG TCOn the roadA young J1 driverF Type engineJ1 with occupantsA family gatheringSwept wing J2

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