MG Cars for Sale and Tech

1968 MGC GT
Mineral Blue Same owner for 32 years, only 10,000 miles New rear axle – bodywork needs respray £13,000 ONO Contact ...
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1965 MGB Roadster
Old English White 20,000 miles from new engine installation Restoration by Mike Rolls 10 years ago Needs a new hood ...
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1968 MGC Roadster
Old English White MG Motorsport engine installed five years ago Restoration carried out by Mike Rolls £20,000 ONO Contact Robin ...
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2002 MG TF Le Mans Green
Excellent condition. Full champagne leather, Heritage colour coded leather lined hardtopBoot Rack (Clip on), Tonneau, 12 months MOT, New engine ...
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TG Tech - Child Seats in an MGF
Few, if any, 1020 club members are likely to ever have the need to fit a child seat into their ...
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MG Tech - MGF / TF Remote Boot Release
One of the fears of modern MGF and TF owners is accidentally shutting the ignition and door lock keys in ...
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MG Tech - Part Worn Tyres
PART WORN TYRES – A PRUDENT BUY OR A POTENTIALLY LETHAL PROBLEM? In these days of austerity you have only ...
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MG Tech - MGF LoLarm Installation
Head gasket failure is the nightmare that all MGF and MGTF owners face every time they drive their cars, such ...
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MG Tech - Uprating an MGB Heater System
Roger Taylor offers some advice on how to upgrade the heating system on an MGB with a modern replacement system ...
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MGF Tech - Fitting a heated screen switch
No-one can have failed to notice that more and more club members are acquiring 'modern' MGFs and TFs to join ...
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MGF Tech - Replacing the Radiator
Many of the original specification MGF radiators were made from recycled metals and can be prone to corrosion, especially the ...
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MG Tech - Blocked MGB Air Intake
Ever had that soggy foot situation where water is coming into your MGB? Well the cause could be a blockage ...
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MGF Tech - Replacing Ball Joints
One of the common MOT failure points on MGFs is the ball joints which, over time and use, become compressed ...
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MG Tech - MGB Brake Master Cylinder Replacement
Roger Taylor comes to the rescue of club member Chris Adamson who discovered brake fluid pooling in the foot well ...
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MG Tech - MGB Thermostat Replacement
Roger Taylor turns his attention to the thermostat, an occasional source of trouble with MGBs. If the engine isn’t running ...
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MG Tech - Classic MG Shock Absorber Test
Experiencing uneven ride over bumps or veering to one side under heavy breaking - well the problem could be your ...
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MG Tech - MGB Fuel Pump Replacement
It is not an uncommon sight to see an MGB owner lying on the ground hitting the underside of their ...
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MG Tech - Classic MG Windscreen Washers
Windscreen washers are an item that few people check on a regular basis - but they suddenly become very important ...
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MG Tech - MGB Headlight Uprating
Winter driving immediately exposes one of the serious deficiencies of classic cars - poor headlights. Roger Taylor says that one ...
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MGF Tech - Service Check List
In conjunction with HAS, we look at a selection of the elements that need attention during a typical routine service ...
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MG Tech - MGB Colling System Check
A sudden drop in temperature that we can expect at this time of year will quickly expose any deficiency in ...
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MGF MOT1
Once a year owners of MGFs and TFs take a deep breath and cross their fingers - it is MOT ...
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Lamda1
Earlier this year, my MGF sailed through its MOT check, apart from one thing – an enormously high CO2 emissions ...
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Wax1
At this time of year the big battle that both classic and modern MG owners face is the one against ...
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MGF Camblet 16
On MGF and TFs a cambelt change on the K Series engine is recommended every 60,000 miles or four years, ...
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MGF Sus4
On the MGF one of the most vulnerable components to corrosion, due to its exposed location, is the lower wishbone ...
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Brakes 1 (2)
In this article Roger Taylor offers some quick tips on checking the condition of your brakes. Most classic MGs have ...
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Rod5
Uneven wear on tyres or excessive steering movement could be an indication that the track rod ends that connect to ...
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Pads6
If you have noticed a degree of rear end steering on your classic it could be that the leaf spring ...
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MGF Gas1
One of the major differences between the modern MGF and MGTF is the suspension arrangement – the MGF having being ...
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MGB Distributor1
One of the Achilles heels of nearly all classic MGs is the electrical system and a major centre of attention ...
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Heater Vale 7
According to Roger, one of the most problems to crop up regularly on MGBs is a poor heating system – ...
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BrakeSwitch1
After the perennial favourite of the failed head gasket, one of the next most frequent problems on the MGF is ...
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Kill Switch 1
One of the most popular accessories for classics MGs is a battery cut-off switch – it not only acts as ...
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Gaiter3
Split or perished gators are now an MOT failure item as damage to their integrity can allow water to seep ...
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Oil Change2
Something that most owners can do is an oil change – here’s Roger Taylor’s  step-by-step guide. Draining the oil from ...
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Winter Check 1
If you are one of those hardy souls who uses their classic in the winter then Roger Taylor offers some ...
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