What Is A Natter?

Officially called a Natter n’ Noggin (or Noggin’ n’ Natter if you are in Australia), this is a monthly Saturday gathering of MG enthusiasts. TMGR Natter’s are announced in Backroads (official newsletter of the TMGR) and on the TMGR website ( It is a great way to kick some tires, and socialize with fellow TMGR members!

What is a GoF?

GoF stands for “Gathering of the Faithful”. The TMGR hosts at least two multi-day GoF’s annually, Fall and Spring. The Spring GoF is always held the second weekend in May in Salado, Texas, and the Fall GoF is located anywhere the hosts choose. Past GoF locations include Fredericksburg, Waco, Austin and Montgomery. A GoF normally includes a car display, judging, a rallye or drive, and an awards presentation.

Why do you need my VIN and Engine No.?

While this information is not required, some members find that it helps them or assists when tracking award-winning vehicles that move from family to family. Do I need to own a MG for TMGR membership? No! Just have an interest in the Marque and a desire to socialize with a lot of great people!

Is there a membership directory?

Absolutely! But please note, we never sell, loan or distribute your contact information to any commercial entity.

How do I find out about rallyes, tours, and gatherings?, or your most recent issue of BACKROADS. You can also contact the Events Coordinator or Clay Sawyer, President.

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  1. I have a 1973 MG Midget and need to get it repaired. do you have any recommendations on mechanics in the area or ideas of where to go.

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