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1950 MG-TD goes to AACA Grand National meet

One of the objectives of the restoration of my 1950 M.G.-TD was to take it through the Antique Automobile Club of America (“AACA”) program of awards. We received the First National award in 2008 and the Senior First National award 2009. The next step was the Grand National competition. Read More...

Distributors: Man vs. Machine

Ken and Cindy Beck opened their shop to members of the British Car Club of Lehigh Valley, Keystone Region MG Car Club, the Austin-Healey Sports & Touring Club and others for a technical session about distributors. Read More...

E-type wire wheels tuned and tires trued

I am giving a shout out to K&T VINTAGE SPORTS CARS in Allentown, Pa. I have never been able to get shimmy out of my car. [1968 Jaguar XKE FHC Series 1½] Read More...

Tech Session at K&T Vintage

I’m not a big fan of wire wheels, so the tech session at K&T Vintage Sports Cars on November 12 wasn’t a big attraction to me. But I decided to attend so I could do three of my favorite things: take photos, drive my Jaguar and spend time with good friends from the club. Also, after visiting the K & T Vintage Sports Car website, I thought it would be interesting to view some of their restoration projects in progress. As it turned out it was a productive day and thoroughly enjoyable. Read More...

1950 TD: A 40-year friendship

This is the story of a 40-year friendship and an affection for British sports cars that turned a well-used 1950 M.G. TD into a national concours contender. The TD (0875) was just a sporty second-hand car in 1961 when 17-year-old Mike Jones bought it off a used car lot in Allentown, Pa., with $400 earned on his paper route. Read More...

Tech Bit: TC/TD Brackets

I had the opportunity to check out a new product on the market that solves an old problem of how to neatly keep the bonnet side panels elevated at a show for M.G. TC and TD. Read More...

When know-how counts

There was a time when every main street in every town had a green grocer, a butcher and a bakery. Each shop specialized in what it knew best. Of course, the age of supermarkets and big box stores changed all that. Some critics say, what we gained in convenience, we lost in expertise. Read More...