Aylesbury MG Club Links

Along with our affiliated clubs these are some useful websites you may find interesting.

Affiliated Clubs

MG Car Club

Affiliated Club
The original club for MG owners, founded in 1930. A not-for-profit organisation in Abingdon. Run by members for members.

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MG Owners Club

Affiliated Club
The MG Owners Club was formed in 1973 to serve the growing needs of the MG sports car enthusiast.

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MG Octagon Car Club

Affiliated Club
Established in 1969. If you own a pre 56 MG or are just interested in pre 56 MG’s then perhaps this is the club for you.

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Useful Links

Abingdon Works Centre

Useful Link
The Abingdon Works Centre of the MG Car Club has its origins in the Works Auto Club of the MG car factory located in Abingdon.

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MGB Register

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Formed in the 1970s to establish and maintain a register of all MGBs in the UK. We aim to provide technical assistance & provide events for MGB owners.

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MGF Register

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The MGF Register is a part of the MG Car Club dedicated to the MGF and MGTF roadsters - the modern embodiment of the classic MG ethos.

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MGA register

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Started by a band of enthusiasts more than 40 years ago, the MGA Register is dedicated to maintaining the profile of the MGA. Our members tell us that owning an MGA can be a “life changing” decision, that’s why the services and support we offer to MGA and Twin Cam owners are designed to add to the enjoyment of your car and to help you deal with those little technical problems.

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MG V8 Register

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Our online buying guides help you research the MGV8 models, check the vehicle history of a car, check and test drive a car, negotiate a deal and buy safely. Selling advice too. See our three workshop notes series packed with service and maintenance tips for MGBs, MGBGTV8s and RV8s.

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T Type Register

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The MG T Register was founded in 1963 and has grown considerably over the last fifty-four years. At present we hold details of over 11,000 T-types, both in the UK and in most other parts of the world. The original aims of recording details of cars and providing a means of communication and competition between owners, remain unchanged, helping members to enjoy using their cars in the manner that Cecil Kimber and the designers at Abingdon intended.

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