The TC Motoring Guild welcomes you to our home on the web! We are an organization whose sole purpose is to perpetuate and maintain the MG TC through monthly newsletters, technical publications, driving events, regular meetings and more. Anyone who currently owns an MG TC is eligible for membership in TCMG. See the “About TCMG” section for membership information.
- Late March
The race for the Earl Sargent Memorial Trophy is off to an early start, with two members already earning a record number of points toward victory. The year is still early, so wipe that Winter dust off your TC and start driving!
Time is running out to book your room for our Wine Country Weekend in May. If you haven’t yet signed up, do it soon! See the Calendar Page for more information.
Check out our Regalia Page for new regalia items! We have just added two jigsaw puzzles to our regalia offerings. These are the same puzzles featured in our annual Puzzle Night competitions! They feature the lineups from our 2013 and 2014 TCMG / ARR Conclaves. Quantities are limited, so buy yours before they are all gone!
Our next monthly meeting on April 28 will take place in the workshop of TCMG member David Spiegel. David will be showing a restoration in progress on his MG SA Saloon, pictured here as it was in 2009. David will be discussing the trials and tribulations of such a job, and telling stories that could make a grown car guy cry! Meeting begins earlier than usual at 6:30 PM. Watch for a flyer in the mail for location and other details.
Our March event will take us on a tour of Strathearn Historical Park & Museum in Simi Valley. The site features numerous buildings from the 1800’s and early 1900’s. See historic homes from the area, exhibits on the early history of the region and vehicles ranging from horse-drawn wagons to early automobiles.
We will meet for breakfast on March 28 in Chatsworth before departing on a 25-mile scenic tour to the park. Our driving route will take us along scenic back roads (no freeway) over the Santa Susana Mountains and through Simi Valley. Lunch will follow the tour at a nearby restaurant.
Watch for a flyer in the mail, or look to the March newsletter for additional information.
February Recap: Congratulations to David Edgar for winning the Lame Duk Kup at our February event. Joining the festivities were 15 members and 5 TC, driven by Edgar (140 miles each way), Simmons, Loe, Buckeridge (120 miles each way) and Spindler.
For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.
To view past newsletters, including one from way back in April 1958, visit the Newsletter Page.
TC Motoring Guild welcomes our newest members!
February 25: New info added to the Sargent Award page.
February 8: New photos added for Malcolm & Joyce Buckeridge.
January 24: New page added for member Kregg Hunsberger.
January 24: New photos added for Jim & Jan Sullivan.
January 10: New page added for the Iron Bottom Award.
October 11: New page added for the 1970 Conclave.
October 11: New color photos added to the 1959 Conclave page.
September 25: New TC added to Richard and Sandra Loe’s page.
September 25: New page added for the 1965 Conclave.
September 25: New page added for member Roy Jones.
September 6: New photos added for members Mike and Julie Wilson.
September 3: New article added to the History Pages titled “The Breakdown That Never Happened“.
September 3: New section added to the History Page called “The Stories We Tell”.
August 31: New color photo added to the 1961 Conclave page.
August 14: New page added for the 1962 TCMG / ARR Conclave.
August 10: New photos and information added to the 1961 Conclave page.
August 10: New page added to the History Section about the first MG TC in California.
As always we are seeking photos for the Members Gallery showing you and your TC. We also welcome member biographies so your fellow TCMG’ers can learn a bit about you, your history with your TC or anything else you care to write about. Historic photos and stories are also being sought to expand our TCMG History section on the site. Please send what you have to Steve Simmons.
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