Welcome to The MG Car Club Geelong Inc

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This beautiful TC photo has been sent to us by Don Walker from South Australia.  He also sent the following details of this great car:-

My 1946 TC was built on November 5th and came to Sydney with a group of 7 other black TC's.

Matthew Magilton (known to may of us) has kindly given us the following information on the car:
TC1736 was imported by P&R Williams into Sydney on the SS Wairangi 
with seven other TC's for Sydney (and maybe more for other ports).
Received on 2/2/1947, with black paint with green upholstery (all the TC'swere black in this shipload). Registered in NSW UT403 and delivered on 19/2/1947 to B. Jobbins of 28 Fairfax Rd, Bellevue Hill. This would have to be Brian Alfred Jobbins as he is the only one on the Electoral roll in Sydney. Brian served as a Lieutenant in the AEME during WWII with the 13th Advance Workshop from 1943 to 1946. He was born on the19th of May 1920.It was restored by Finch and Hocking about 29 years ago, Ray Finch said it was the first TC they did. It still has a lovely patina and drives like it should, even the doors still have a nice 'clunk' whenclosing.

We are looking for photos of your MG to post on this FRONT PAGE of our website.  Please email us a photo to webeditor@mgccgeelong.com.au and if suitable we will put your car on this front page.

Don't forget to check out our NOTICE BOARD.  Important and interesting notices are pinned there on a regular basis.  A copy of Gtorque Magazine has been included.  Click HERE to go straight there.

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The 2018 National Meeting is being held in Tasmania on the spectacular Cradle Coast in the north-west of the State.

Click HERE for a link to their website.

 

First established in 1973, our club boasts a membership of over 500. Owning an MG is not a prerequisite and anyone is welcome to join. The MG's in the club range from a beautifully restored PB through to the modern MGF, and there is a healthy mix of other classic cars amongst our ranks - Healeys, Jaguars, Triumphs and so on. If you are a classic car lover and want to share your passion, consider joining our club. The club prides itself on its friendly social atmosphere. The club holds regular monthly meetings, and issues a monthly magazine free as part of the membership. We meet at 7:30pm on the first Tuesday of every month. The clubrooms are at the Geelong Traffic Safety Centre, 94 Breakwater Rd, Breakwater, opposite the Geelong Showgrounds. For a google map of our Clubrooms location see our CONTACTS page.