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  • £17.50

    635 Register Grille Badge

    Show your pride in your MG3 or MG6 and the newest MG Car Club Register with this 635 Register grille badge.

  • £19.99

    Midget Register Car Badge

    Support your Midget Register with the newest Register grille badge. Size 6cmx6cm

  • £4.50

    10 x MG Y-Type Saloon Christmas cards

    Set of 10 folded Christmas cards with envelopes

    The cards were designed by the previous Y Type Registrar – the late Jack Murray

    Message inside; Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

  • £65.00

    T Register – Mike Sherrell’s TCs Forever-More

    Mike Sherrell’s sequel to TCs Forever has proved to be very popular, so that we have ordered more copies from a second print run. As Mike himself describes, it’s ‘a companion to TCs Forever! and an aid to survival in the 21st century’.

  • £35.00

    T Register Grille Badge

    A ‘must have’ if your car is on the T Register. We order these badges in batches of 50 and include a badge bar mounting plinth.

    For this popular item the price we charge is virtually cost price for the benefit of members.

  • £4.50

    Midget Register Keyring

    A leather fob with Midget register medallion, stamped and infilled with soft enamel.

  • £2.00

    V8 Register Coaster

    A brown leather coaster

  • £10.00

    Barrie’s Notes MGB GT V8 in 21st Century

    The book highlights useful information on the V8 engine – threads, corrosion, cylinder heads, the rocker shafts and hydraulic tappets, oil pressure and engine mounts. He touches on ethanol in motor fuel and the undesirable effects on rubber fuel hose and the absorption of water, particularly when a car is stored over winter. His coverage of ignition components and maintenance are helpful and he concludes his car is noticeably smoother and more responsive since fitting an electronic ignition package. Ten pages of notes on the gearbox and overdrive are good although he recommends removing overdrive on third gear but recognises others feel it is an attractive feature , but one that needs to be used carefully. His coverage of electrics on a V8 ends with some suggested modifications – the popular replacement of the sealed beams with a halogen upgrade, a relay on the twin horns to overcome difficulties with the horn push mechanism, rerouting the twin cooling fan wiring to a spare terminal on the alternator and adding a blade fuse, and upgrading the single speed heater fan to the later two speed spec. There is no mention of the benefits of a single 12 volt battery conversion to replace the original twin six volt arrangement and no mention of the addition of a simple blade fuse on the overdrive circuit to the solenoid. He covers suspension and brakes well including brief comments on modifications like anti-tramp bars, castor reduction and rear anti-roll bars.

  • £4.00

    V8 Triple Function Pen

    3 in 1 stylus, torch and ball point – embossed with MGCC V8 register