Early July

Posted by Steve Simmons on June 28, 2019


New Regalia Item!

TCMG Spark Plug HoldersDress up your engine bay with these exclusive TC Motoring Guild spark plug holders! Features raised logos on each side, one with the TCMG logo and the other the M.G. logo. Inspired by spare plug holders found on pre-war MGs, each unit holds four 1/2″ reach plugs. Also great as a decorative item for your desk or garage!  See the Regalia Page for more details.

Conclave Dates Announced

Our 63rd annual conclave with the Abingdon Rough Riders will take place on October 12-14 in Morro Bay.  See upcoming newsletters or the Events Calendar for more information.

Cliff Lemieux Completes Restoration

Cliff LemieuxOn the evening of May 28, our members discovered a new TC parked in front of our meeting room.  It was the freshly restored TC of Cliff Lemieux out for its first TCMG gathering.  Cliff and friend / mechanic Bob drove the TC 100 miles round trip entirely on side roads to attend.  Well done Cliff and Bob!



Our next monthly meeting will be held on July 23 at the usual Studio City location.  Our presenter for the evening is TCMG member Cliff Lemieux, who will be giving us a presentation on the restoration of his long-owned TC 6373.

Learn the trials and pitfalls of restoration, and why Cliff says you should never take your car apart!

June recap: 36 members and guests attended our June meeting, with four TCs parked outside driven by Hanes, Spiegel, Loe and Wescott, .  Thanks to Cindy Henkels for hosting the 21st annual picnic at her home!

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



On July 18, take a scenic drive along the Pacific Coast to the town of Camarillo where we visit the Commemorative Air Force Museum.  Docents will guide us through the museum, which houses many aircraft from the WWII era as well as artifacts and displays.  See aircraft from all corners of the globe including Mustang, Spitfire and Zero!  Also others including Hellcat and Bearcat, and larger aircraft like B-25 and C-46.  Lunch will follow at a restaurant located along the runway of the airport.  A flyer in the mail will have further info.  If you plan to attend this event, please let Steve Simmons know so we can tell the docents how many people to expect.

June Recap: Nearly 60 members and guests came to our 100th birthday celebration for our own Joe Douglass.  Four TCs graced the front of the building, driven by Hanes, Ramos, Simmons and Loe.  Thanks to Larry Einhorn for organizing a great event!

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



The July Classic Chassis is online and ready for viewing!


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



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April 10: New page added for the 1985 TCMG / ARR Conclave.

March 21: New TC added for David Mathison.

March 10: New info added to the History Pages.

March 4: New page added: TC Motoring Guild at the 1968 Times Grand Prix

March 4: New page added: International MG TC Register

March 4: New historical content added to the Documents and Plaques page.

February 19: New content added to the Technical Resources page.

February 2: New content added to the Technical Resources page.

January 24: Photos and info added for Patrick Moran.

January 15: New content added to the Technical Resources page.

January 4: New content added to the Technical Resources page.

December 23: New content added to the Technical Resources page.

December 6: New page added for Patrick Moran.

October 15: New page added for the 2018 TCMG / ARR Conclave.

September 17: Updated the Video Vault page.

September 1: New page added for Levern & Ruthann Norton.

August 20: New page added for Mike & Pam Tooke.

August 18: New photos for Charlie Ockwell.

August 18: New photo added to the History Pages.

July 14: New information added to The History of the TC Motoring Guild Badge.

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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