On Sun, 14 Apr 1996, MR JOHN P ELWOOD wrote:
> As far as I know, it doesn't exist. That is until now... I just
> created it. It costs nothing to join as of yet, and has yet to get
> it's own publication (I only thought of the club a few moments ago).
> But I think that MG Sedans are very under priced, very over looked,
> and tremendously under appreciated. This club will be open to any MG
> that is NOT a convertible, including Magnettes (ZAs, ZBs, III, IV),
> MG 1100s, and 1300, all of those lovely early MGs like the Airline
> Coupes, and what the heck, the MGB-GT also.
> HOW TO JOIN-
> Send me your name, address (and telephone number if you wish for
> others to be able to call you) and your VIN and Engine numbers, along
> with a history of every car, the specifications, options, color,
> previous owners or stories. A web page will be cropping up with this
> info before you know it, maybe before the night is done. I will make
> up a mini-newsletter by next week, and we'll be rolling. Finally,
> MG Sedans get soem respect...
> So what's our name?
I have a ZB Magnette which is included in the NAMGAR as a "Variant" in a
sub register run by Jeff Powell in Chicago. This car is also registered
with the MG Car Club in England in their Magnette Register. Keith