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MG SA/VA/WA (Geoff Wheatley)

MG SA/VA/WA
I would not like to guess how many words have been written about MGs over the years, certainly millions or even trillions, perhaps even more!

However, there are some vehicles that came out of the Abingdon factory that only share a fraction of the MG story. We all know...Read More »


Carroll Shelby Passing - Linked to MGs (Mark Palmer)

May 11, 2012
To: MG Vintage Racers

In case you haven’t already heard, Carroll Shelby passed away earlier today (May 10th). NY Times article here.

There were two links between Shelby and MG, that I can think of — both might qualify as automotive trivia, I suppose. Shelby...Read More »


MGB Engine Interchange (Chris Nowlan)

One of the most frequently asked questions our sales department receives concerns the interchangeability of MGB engines. It seems that, while many owners are interested in fitting earlier, higher horsepower engines to their late MGBs, others are interested in installing later, low-mileage engines to their early cars.

MGB engines were produced...Read More »


MG SA/VA/WA (Geoff Wheatley)

I would not like to guess how many words have been written about MGs over the years, certainly millions or even trillions, perhaps even more!

However, there are some vehicles that came out of the Abingdon factory that only share a fraction of the MG story. We all know about the postwar boom...Read More »


Euro-fest 2011 (Geoff Wheatley)

Located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina is one of the most modern vehicle production plants in the world producing an average of thirty SUV’s every working hour, five days a week, fifty two weeks a year.   I am of course referring to the BMW...Read More »


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