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Still Going Strong

Celebrating 60 Years of the Western NY Centre MG Car Club By Dick Powers  In the Fall of 1957, seven hardcore MG enthusiasts from Rochester, NY, were having a fun weekend in Tupper Lake, NY. Over a few brews, they decided that the good times they were having should not end, and when they got…


Lab Coat Lessons

A word of caution: working on automobiles is potentially dangerous, as is swimming in the ocean, snow skiing, and grilling hamburgers. The following procedure requires experience and commonsense. A post-graduate degree wouldn’t hurt either. ~Ed   Repair of a Mechanical Temperature Gauge By John Neumeier In 1984 I arrived in San Diego with a duffel…

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Watkins Glen 70th

By Russ Sifers — MG TC 8875 Dick Knudson called the MG “The Sports Car America Loved First” in his 1975 book. The TC was quite the sports car in its day and it still is for me today. Running it each year at the Lake Garnett Grand Prix Revival ( each year in the…


73 Years Young with a Bugeye

By Terry and Grace Hawley  Ever since I was a young man, owning a Bugeye Sprite had always been in my dreams. Now I’m 73 years old and that dream, though different from what I imagined, has come true. A little over two year ago my wife of 50+ years and I had a little…

Zoomed out view with relays at the bottom and the electric fan on the radiator.

Electric Fan Cycling Solution

by Joel Justin If you’re like me, or should I say like my Triumphs, keeping their engines running cool in warm temps can be a challenge, especially when sitting at a stop light or in slow moving traffic in the summer. One thing I’ve done on some of my cars is to add an electric cooling fan…


Art and the Automobile

By Ron Hauser I had this thing for art from age 5 years on up.  I was always drawing or painting pictures of horses and cars. The connection to cars got really serious during high school days in Skokie, a north Chicago Suburb. While attending school a lot of the Hot-Rod club members as well as some…


Key Petre Raced Austin 7 Monopostos.

By Robert Goldman   Back in June, I opened our Friday night pre-Motorfest party with a brief story. It went something like this. History is the context which links seemingly disconnected things into a story. Among my possessions are a funky striped silk necktie, a Japanese cigarette case, and a Thornton-Pickard MkIII Hythe camera. The…


Press Release: All-New!

Our new website is a project we’ve been working on for years. We didn’t just make our site prettier (though it sure is!), we have also added a host of features to make your your shopping experience smarter, easier and more enjoyable! • Bigger and better schematics! Large and clear, plus see actual photos of the product…

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