Love and devotion
Bob Nason waited eight years to get the car of his dreams and, 19 years later, he’s still smitten with it...
Craig continues his quest to save the modified ZS 120 he told us about in December’s issue of MGE and takes advantage of a break in the weather to focus on its bodywork.
MGs on Track regular, Dave Pearce, has a range of MGs at his disposal including this rather special XPower SV-R.
MGE reader Peter Morrey recalls his very first MG, his family’s experiences of the then-new MGA and advice from a chap with a bit of MG insider knowledge.
When the MGF appeared, in 1995, it marked a return to the market for MG sports cars. MG Enthusiast caught up with the man responsible for the car’s styling.
MG's Twin-Cam engine
The Twin-Cam engine arrived in 1958 but was it a success?
This month Roger looks at other drivers’ habits and ponders whether autonomous vehicle lighting helps or hinders road users?
Paul Moran’s beautifully restored 1933 Midget J2 comes with some interesting documentation which illustrates just how the privileged new car owners of the 1930s dealt with the absence of a warranty.
THE ROADS LESS TRAVELLED... AND WHY THEY ARE WORTH SEEKING OUT
2019 HSRCA SPRING FESTIVAL
The 2019 Historic Sports and Racing Car Association Spring Festival was run during a brilliant spring weekend, between 28-29 September, in Goulburn (regional New South Wales).
Pick of the bunch
Keith Preston felt he needed a classic car in his life but, with no previous knowledge of the subject, he set about finding the one most suitable and then spent 17 years refining his much-loved MGC GT.
Zed's Not Dead
James Crow has a bit of a passion for Zs and he rescued his latest example, a rather striking ZS 180 Monogram, purely to match a ZT that he also owns.
Our friends' ELECTRIC
With MG’s ZS EV starting to hit the UK roads, we put one to the test to experience the reality of living with an electric MG.
MGA REGISTER'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION
MGA REGISTER’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION
CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW
CLASSIC MOTOR SHOW
Coming to America
How the Sacred Octagon found success in the New World
Mick Tillott sold this early B in 1975 to make way for a new company Cortina. He knew even then that it was the wrong thing to have done and, years later, he was able to make up for it.
A clean sweep
Roger Parker’s old V8 engine makes way for a new custom 3.5-litre build by Vitesse.
1964 Jacques Coune MGB Berlinette model
Even among classic car enthusiasts the name of Belgian coachbuilder Jacques Coune is not nearly as well known as Ghia, Bertone or Pininfarina.
1934 – those were the days
The good old days of MG, before Len Lord butted in...
More Than Magna
Mike Taylor samples an extremely rare, high-performance MG L2 Magna and talks to its owner and restorer, Dave Naylor.
Pump Up The Volume
Retro Sports Cars has taken MG’s contemporary runaround and transplanted a much-appreciated dollop of older generation Rover ZT power.
MG HS Test Drive
October saw the British press launch of MG Motor UK’s new C-segment HS SUV. MGE took one for a test drive to get a feel for MG Motor’s latest vehicle in the UK range.
Trick Of The Light
Rick Bhullar loved the look of the ZT in Typhoon before he was old enough to drive. He finally got this rather special ZT and it has become more than just a passion.
Earning My Stripes
MGE reader Mark Rouse, from Australia’s Fraser Coast, promised his wife that he would not need a second MG. Then he found a cheap project MGB for sale with gold-finished wheels and unusual go-faster stripes...
End Of The Road?
Craig finds himself with yet another rescue project on his hands after stepping in at the 11th hour to rescue a modified ZS 120...
The End Of The Line
Mike Taylor traces the history of MG’s TF, arguably the best of the T-type Midgets. Taking one for a test drive he talks to its owner, Tony Simmons.
The Prudential Pensioner
Keith Hall may have taken the sensible route into classic car ownership but that doesn’t stop him having a lot of fun.
Thinking Ahead At Monterey Car Week
The largest collector car gathering in the world was a time to consider the future of the hobby and appreciate the continued interest in our beloved classics.
Les Andrew has rallied and trialled production cars for over 30 years, competing in the RAC Rally eight times. Why has he chosen an MGB GT as his latest competition weapon?