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14 Comments

  1. Do you guys have monthly meetings or gatherings? I am new to Dallas and would like to get involved with you club.

    Thanks,
    David McKelvey
    601.604.2556

    • David: there is a breakfast group that meets every Saturday in Collin County. Click here for more info. And there’s usually a monthly ‘natter’. Subscribe to our e-newsletter if you haven’t already

  2. I grew up surrounded by MG’s and attended many NAMGBR events when I was younger. Once I moved out of my parents house I unfortunately lost all contact with the MG world. Now I find myself desperately wanting to get back into it and immerse my children in the wonderful culture of the MG, however I have moved to Corpus Christi and don’t know anyone or even where to begin, everyone I know is in New York. I am hoping to buy my first MGB soon but I do not know enough to be comfortable doing it alone. I tried contacting the local club and never got a response I am hoping someone can please help me get started! Looking forward to hearing from someone!

    • Did you ever find the info you were looking for about buying an MG? The Alamo MG Association (AMGA) in San Antonio is a friendly group. Feel free to contact us.

  3. How do I get registration for Salado 2016?

    thx,

    sherwood

    • Be sure you’re registered for our email newsletters. Notice will go out in them. Look for it around the 1st of February

  4. I am looking for a 1953 MGTD that I sold to MacIntyre (sp) in Texas in 1980.

    Car#: TD/20023EXL/NA
    Vin #: XPAGTD/TD2/20406

    Any help or thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,

    Dan

    • There’s a Bruce McIntyre in LaMesa CA that has a
      Green TD? Wonderful people near retirement age
      I was looking at the site as we are moving to Dallas area next year
      With our 48 MGTC. Hoping there’s a strong group in
      Texas!
      Julie and Mike Wilson

      • Julie and Mike – be sure to sign up for our email newsletter and our Facebook group. Look forward to meeting you!
        https://www.facebook.com/groups/165894126769079/

      • Hi Julie and Mike! I live in the Dallas area and also have a BRG 1948 MGTC #XPAG5692 that is pretty much original, rust free and runs well although not perfect a la ‘concours’ condition. Touch base and maybe we can help each other with parts, where to get things done and ideas!

        Ralph Holliday

  5. Hello All,

    Brand new ’73 MGB caretaker here. Owned a ’68 Midget many years ago as university student and USN ensign – so nearly 40 years later, I’m finally back in the fold.

    Thanks to Nick Pappas, the MGB is in good shape, but just out of ~15 years storage, so working through a few issues, as expected, ’til she’s 100%.

    Question for today regards inner tubes. In four outings, I’ve managed to collect three deflated tubes. First off, while the tires are new, the tubes are old – so I’ve five new tubes (and rim bands) on order from Moss.

    However, flats have all occurred on rear wheels, and last two are result of damaged stem. I’m wondering if this might be result of moderate / heavy braking (result of DFW traffic and nervous newby…). Is such failure to be expected – and if not, what can / should be done to mitigate?

    Thanks in advance for any and all advice, and am looking forward to involvement with TMGR!

    Best Regards,

    Bob Roth

  6. Hello,

    I am looking for a good mechanic in the Plano, Texas area for tuneups and whatever might pop up. Does anyone have a good recommendation?

  7. I have been asked to help a dear friend sell her 1966 MGB that was purchased for her by her father as her first car in 1966 (took over payments from the first owner). It is currently not in operational condition because her husband was unable to complete some work that was being done on it. Any ideas on where to start would be appreciated.

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