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.

Latest News:

  • Late September


    New Regalia Item!

    We are pleased to announce a new line of TC Motoring Guild shirts that will be available for purchase at our next monthly meeting on September 27 in Montrose! Photos and other details on these shirts are posted on the Regalia Page. Be sure to attend the meeting and be one of the first to get these special shirts, based on a vintage TCMG design. Once supplies run out there will be a wait for the next batch, so don’t miss your chance!

    Conclave is coming!

    Our 60th Annual Conclave with the Abindgon Rough Riders is less than a month away.  If you haven’t booked a room yet, do so ASAP!  See the Calendar Page for more information.

    TCMG Now Accepting Online Payments!

    TC Motoring Guild has taken another step into the modern age by offering convenient online payment of membership dues and other items. New members can use our handy Online Application, and existing members can jump straight to the Membership Renewal Page where dues can be renewed through PayPal. Instant payment with no pens or stamps required!



    visconsi-artOn September 27, TCMG member John Visconsi will be giving a fascinating presentation on his automotive sculptures. John spends countless hours fabricating each piece by hand using 3/8″ tubing to create unique and beautiful artistic creations to represent various auto makes and models. See the techniques and skills involved to create an automotive art piece like no other at this most interesting presentation.

    Special thanks to Ron and Dave Simon for opening up their museum to the club for our August meeting!

    For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.



    2013-lineup200Don’t miss our premiere event of the year, the Annual Conclave with the Abingdon Rough Riders! This year’s event is a special a 3-night celebration (October 6-9), marking the 60th consecutive year we will meet with our friends from the north. Special activities are being planned by ARR, the hosts of this year’s event. The location will be The Apple Farm in San Luis Obispo, next door to the site of our first conclave in 1957. Click here for more information! To see photos from previous years and learn about this event’s 60-year history, visit the Conclave Pages.

    August Event Recap: Our August tour of the Will Rogers Estate brought out two TCs plus some modern machines for a beautiful day spent touring the house, grounds and stables. TCs were driven by Loe and Simmons.

    For more meeting and event information, visit the Calendar Page.



    The October Midget Chassis is online and ready for viewing. Click here to view on screen, or click here for a printable booklet version.

    To view past newsletters, including one from way back in April 1958, visit the Newsletter Page.



    Please welcome our newest members!

    • Steve Poteet of Clemson, South Carolina
    • Gus Ramos of Los Angeles, California



    September 20: New items added to the Regalia Page.

    September 18: New biography posted for Charley Williams.

    August 2: New page added for Gus Ramos.

    July 1: New page added for Leo & Christine Rocca.

    March 25: New page added for Roger Morse & Lynn Arnold.

    March 25: New page added for Charley Williams.

    March 15: New TC added for Hema & Janakie Ratnayake.

    February 18: New page added for James Ogden.

    December 14: New page added for 2015 Sargent Award Results.

    September 1: New page added for George Hope.

    August 29: New entries to the Clarence Weiss Artwork gallery.

    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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