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  • November 15, 2020 9:57 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    RADIATOR MGB - Google Search | Radiators, Google search, SearchYesterday's Q&A tech session on the MG Cooling System has been added to the Member's Only section of the website.  If you missed it, go check it out by clicking HERE

     One of the valuable benefits of club membership is our growing library of technical resources.  There are videos, books, tools available and access to our area's leading experts.  If you are not a club member click here to JOIN US

  • November 15, 2020 9:03 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    Are you looking for a stocking stuffer for you children or grandchildren?  Here is a new book written by a fellow MG owner based on his real life experiences with a little mouse while working on his MGB.


    Click on the book cover above to be taken to the book on Amazon.

  • November 10, 2020 2:02 PM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    Club member Jim Early shared that Classic Cars Journal is featuring a 1953 MG TD for sale in Prescott, AZ.  Check it out if you are looking to add to your stable of MG's.  Click on the photo to learn more.


  • November 10, 2020 1:40 PM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    For those of you who missed this month's meeting you can catch up by watching it HERE:

    Passcode: 0%1&6ZB=

  • November 06, 2020 10:16 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    Thanks to our MGB Raffle this Fall, the Club was able to make a $2,000 donation to the Houston Food Bank. Development Director Amy Reagan was glad to receive the check from Ray Holtzapple, Dwight Dawson and Mike Woodward. This donation will provide 6,000 much-needed meals in our part of the World.


  • November 06, 2020 9:44 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    RIP Don Hayter 1926-2020 | Classic & Sports Car


    We have been remiss in not honoring Don Hayter, the last Chief Engineer of the MG Car Company, who passed away on October 9th at the age of 94.  Don played a crucial role in the development of our beloved MGB.  

    Hemmings published an excellent article on Don's life and his career.   Click Here

  • November 05, 2020 9:35 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    Voter registration deadline Oct. 9 - Statesboro Herald

    Your voting responsibilities are not yet done.  The Houston MG Car Club 2020/2021 Officers and Board of Directors election will be open November 7 to 28th.  As a reminder, each member family receives two votes, one in each of two separate polls.  An email will be sent Saturday, November 7th with the voting information.  You will also be able to access your ballot through a banner posting on the website's home page. 

    Ballot


    The candidates are:

    President:
    Mike Woodward

    Vice President:

    Joe Schrodi

    Secretary:

    Roald Lokken

    Treasurer:
    Fran Carpenter

    Board of Directors (3 positions open):

    Rich Colwell

    Cecil Ellis

    Ron Redding

    Bob Schroeder

    Fred Whitla


    You will be able to submit a write-in candidate by selecting "Other" and then typing in the candidate's name in the dialog box that will open.  If you do choose to submit a write in we ask that you speak to that person first to confirm they are interested in fulfilling the positions responsibilities

  • November 02, 2020 6:33 PM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    This past Saturday, the club hosted a tech session, presented by member Gordon Bard, on how to successfully tune a MG engine.  We are pleased to make a recording of the session available to all club members.  To see the video go to the Tech Sessions page in the Members Only section of the website.

    If you are not a club member but would like to take advantage of the many tech sessions, our library of MG related publications, our tool exchange program and the many other benefits of club membership, why not join us.  It is easy to do, click on the Join Us tab at the top of the page.

  • October 22, 2020 10:25 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

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    40 Years ago today, the last MGB was built in Abingdon, Oxfordshire

  • October 22, 2020 10:12 AM | Bob Chalker (Administrator)

    Effective with this post the club has opened up the ability for club members to post comments to articles posted in The ROARS.  We believe that the more interactive we can make the website the better it is for everyone.

    The pages will be monitored and we ask that all comments are made with the same respect, due care and good spirit that defines our club membership.  In appropriate postings will be removed.

    Cheers,

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