TRP 241F DA-66-41 XMK 331G NSS 707G UBY 699F
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TRP 241F

Trevor writes “I had been looking for an MGC for a little while and then was lucky enough to find this one last year that had been used very little – having covered just 71,000 miles from new. I had wanted one since I was young and they were first released when I was at […]



I always love this colour combination.   A few photos of Vitor Lopes C, based in  Portugal 

MGC 2Lightroom

XMK 331G

Roger Taylor’s C Supplied by University Motors in 1969, with a Downton Stage 2 conversion, Koni’s all round, 15 inch Moto Lita steering wheel and Additional Seat runners.


NSS 707G

MGC - Strawberry Hill 015-2

UBY 699F

Love this shot of David Cleverdon’s C, as he says an ‘update on the Nicholson MGC GT. The C is constantly evolving as per it’s originators philosophy, of “one can always improve, adapt or modify”.’

IMG_1140 from David Cleverdon

UBY 699F

Fabulous shot of UBY 699F at Thruxton in 1983, taken at the same bend as famous shot of ‘MabeL’ lifting her inner wheel, image courtesy of David Cleverdon.


H4500 BBD

Peter Worrall writes from Spain Following attendance at this year’s MGC Weekend at Studley Castle (MG Car Club) – see photo on the driveway – and having learned a lot from knowledgeable fellow owners, I thought it appropriate to share some information. I have been a C owner since 1979 and have owned my current car (a […]


NSS 707G


Rear Brakes – Restoration

Since I picked my C up from long term storage, the brake pedal has been very firm.   On my way home from Bosham, one of my rear brakes got very hot causing a distinct burning smell.   So I decided to refurb my rear brakes. With the shoes off I looked at the newly ordered springs […]

how many survive as at Feb 2015a

How many Cs are there?

Can’t vouch for the source of Honest John’s data but his advice is always good.