MGB 50: A Year to Remember
‘MGB50: A Year To Remember’ on DVD A limited edition film of 1000 copies.
The most professional, exciting and in depth film about the MGB ever made. MGB: The story: Multi-camera coverage of this brilliant seminar in Abingdon featuring Paddy Hopkirk, Alec Poole, Don Hayter, Bill Price, Den Green, Peter Browning, John Yea and Graham Robson. A fantastic night of memories and laughter which told the story of the MGB through the eyes of those who made the history.
MGB 50th Birthday Celebration at Blenheim Palace interviews and features. Richard Thompson’s wonderful song ‘MGB-GT’: John was given special permission to use ‘MGB-GT’ by Richard Thompson.
How the MGB was built: Former MG workers describe the building of MGBs at Abingdon.
Using BMIHT archive footage, some of which has never been seen before, a really fascinating sequence.
MGB 50 Celebration Race: Fantastic coverage of this one-off race using on-board minicams. Features an epic battle between MGB racers Malcolm Gammons and Jeremy Cottingham.
MGLive! 2012: Silverstone’s MGB50 celebration, including the MGB 50 Birthday party, Graham Robson interviewing the MGB’s designer Don Hayter.
Interviews with owners and coverage of other MGB 50 events MG LE50 Launch at NEC Show.
Owner profiles: Real stories from owners who love their MGBs.
Archive from The British Motor Industry Heritage Trust
MGLive! 2017 cushion and kneeling pad
A bespoke seat Cushion printed with MGLive! 2017 – A 38mm thick cushion with a soft core foam to sit on while watching the races and ideal for picnics.
Very useful to keep in your car, in case you need to change a tyre. It also provides comfort for your knees while gardening.
MGLive! 2015 Competitions 60 DVD
60 years since the formation of the BMC Competitions Department at the Abingdon MG factory, the MG Car Club in conjunction with ex-BMC and British Leyland competitions managers Peter Browning and Bill Price have arranged a spectacular gathering of former Works cars and Works personnel.
Packed with archive film, this production is an important record in the history of the Abingdon Competitions Department.
Running time: 100 minutes