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|Our first drive in TC/8233; no tonneau cover nor hood at this stage. Andrea well clothed for the cold.||In Eric Worpe's small but well-equipped workshop in Guildford, 2007, modifying a spare XPAW engine block to TC specification.||Pressing on at Calder Raceway, Melbourne, in "MG Buttercup" in the 1960s .|
|Before starting a rally in Hiro Nishio's 1932 MG J2, chassis J4302. Kobe MG Car Club, May 2005. Thanks for lending me your car Hiro!||David Irwin's pretty and reliable cream 1948 MG TC/6132 XPAG-6799, next to TC/8233 in the market square Abingdon. TC 60th anniversary, 2005.||My wife and navigator, Andrea, with David before the start, at Abingdon.|
|From left, Eric Worpe, John Steedman, and David Irwin, with John's superbly restored MG TC/0301, 1945, XPAG-1767, body B280 #1164.||Mie Prefecture, Japan, after driving Sugimoto-san's lovely MG J2, chassis number J2574 during a BBQ at his home.||In 2006, before setting off for lunch. Eric Worpe's quiet and smooth running red MG TC second from left. Eric's car is TC/0367, 1946, presently with engine XPAG-2414.|
|Richard Townley in his historic 1950s Aussie MG TC racer, the Patterson-Brydon Special. Mark Jablonski, owner of two MG TCs, standing.||
Mark and wife Judy making the
first drive in his newly rebuilt MG TC.
|With historic car collector Hibino-san, Yukiko-chan, and his supercharged MG J2. Nishinomiya Yacht Harbour. Japan, May 2007.|
|Another Aussie MG TC. Rebuilt by John Oliver, Melbourne. Completed in 2005.||Two MG TCs and an MG PB in deepest Sussex.||Charlotte & David Irwin with Andrea, deciding on a route home from Brighton, after the MG Regency Run, May 2005.|
|1936 MG TA/0655 MPJG-0899 "barn find" discovered by Tim Jackson (owner of two MG TCs). Collection day, after its purchase by David Irwin.||Kobe MGCC stalwart, pre-war MG guru, and expert MG MMM re-builder, Hiro Nishio, with his MG J2 racer.||Kobe MGCC lunch near Tachikui, north of Kobe.|
Yukiko Nishio lent me her MGF
for a rally in Kobe. Thanks Yukiko-san.
|John Steedman bought this MG J2 basket case from me in 2007. It turned out to be a J1, with matching engine & chassis numbers. John is rebuilding it with his usual care and attention to detail.||Walter and Ursula Prechsl, of Obersulm, Germany, in their stylish MGA. Walter has sold his TC, but now has an MG VA.|