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Latest News:

  • Late October


    October Meeting Is Now Online

    Our October meeting has been moved online in order to comply with COVID-19 social distancing regulations.  See below for details.

    Upcoming Activity Changes and Cancellations

    Because the safety of our members is our primary concern, some of our planned upcoming activities have been modified or cancelled due to concerns over the COVID-19 virus.

    • Our general meeting October 27 has been changed from in-person to online.
      See below for details.
    • Our general meeting November 17 has been changed from in-person to online.

    Other upcoming activities may also be postponed or cancelled depending on what happens with the continued virus situation. Check this website for the latest updates and status of other upcoming TCMG activities.



    Our meeting on October 27th will be held online using the Zoom application.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 PM PDT.  You can participate using any computer or device with the free Zoom software installed.  If you require assistance installing Zoom, contact Steve Simmons or David Edgar.

    The evening’s program is will be a slide show of TCMG people celebrating Halloween or other costume activities. Joyce needs any photo contributions by Oct 15th. She would especially like to see some photos of TC decorated/dressed up for Halloween or Halloween decoration with an MG TC theme.

    Note that anyone making a simulated journey to the meeting in their TC by driving a minimum of 10 miles on the day of the meeting will receive a point toward the Sargent Award.

    September recap: 31 members attended our September virtual (online) meeting.  Five TCs drove a “simulated journey” to the meeting.  Those TCs were driven by Edgar, Hunsberger, Loe, Simmons and Zucca.

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



    Our November event is in the planning stages.  Check back soon for updates.

    October Recap: 18 members and guests with four TCs and other classics participated in our 64th Annual Conclave with the Abingdon Rough Riders in San Luis Obispo.  Many thanks to Howard Shempp and all who helped make the event happen, even on a limited basis, while keeping our members safe during this pandemic.  See the Conclave Pages for a full report.

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



    The November Classic Chassis is online and ready for viewing!


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



    Welcome to our newest members!



    October 5: Added new page for the 2020 TCMG / ARR Conclave.

    September 20: New page added for James & Christine Antis

    September 8: New page added to the History Section: “Reflections on the Conclaves”

    July 8: Added new content on the Technical Resources page.

    June 17: Added new content on the Technical Resources page.

    June 16: Added new content on the Technical Resources page.

    June 5: Added new content on the Technical Resources page.

    April 23: Added new page for Michael Whalen.

    March 31: Added new page for Ralph & Donna Littlefield.

    March 9: New info added to the 1966 Conclave Page.

    March 6: New page added for the 1968 Times Grand Prix.

    February 25: Added new page for Rob Zucca.

    February 25: Added new page for Pete & Lisa Gannon.

    December 14: New TC info added for John & Georgia Bowyer.

    November 12: New page added for Mike & Sherri Simmons.

    November 3: New page added for Beau & Annie Sicotte.

    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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