7

Welcome to the

MGB Register

6
slideshow2
slider4
slideshow1

Welcome to the MGB Register Website

The MGB Register was formed in the late 1970’s with the prime objectives being:

  • To establish and maintain a Register of all MGB’s in the UK
  • To provide technical assistance to owners wishing to restore or maintain their car
  • To provide social events to enable MGB owners to meet other owners and to enjoy using their MGB’s

These objectives have remained unchanged over the years but our methods of achieving them continue to move with the times. For example, as the Register has grown in size to over 17,000 cars it now includes a picture of many of the cars. Access to the Register has continued to be via the Registrar but even this is now being developed to allow for more direct access for owners.

Need technical help? Then you can attend seminars and rebuild days, or visit our website for immediate technical advice or visit our newly launched chat forum to talk through all your needs.

Feeling sociable or looking for an excuse to take your car out and about? The Register runs social events including the Spring Run (ideal for a post-winter blast!), a Register weekend, the MGB lecture series (now in its 7th, or is it 8th, year) and special events to mark significant milestones like the 50th anniversary celebrations of the MGB.

We do like to keep in touch with our members and over the years this has been developed to include an e-Newsletter, on-line entry to many register events as well as the forum and a web site whilst maintaining the Register newsletter in Safety Fast.  Any member is welcome to send in suitable material for inclusion in Safety Fast, please contact the scribe – details in Safety Fast.

Latest News and Events for MGB Register Members

news-from-2016
jean-denton-mgb

SIGN UP TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE MGB REGISTER
E-NEWSLETTER

5 + 3 = ?

Why not visit the MGB Forum?

The new Forum for discussions about the MGB is now online. There are only two discussion areas, one for technical discussions and one for general discussions.The forum can be read by anyone but to make a post you will need to register.

When registering for the Forum please use your real name. The Forums will be moderated and any abusive posts will not be tolerated.We have produce two guides to help you with the registration process if you need it…

Forum Guide

If your a new user to the forum please download and read the PDF guide available.

MGB FORUMS

Click the link below to enter our forums.

jubilee-logo

For any Jubilee & L.E. enquiries please send an e-mail to Colin Goodey his details can be found on the contact page.