MG Car Club

It's all about the MG's - The British Sports Car America Loved First
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Welcome to one of the largest British Car Clubs in Texas.  We are an open-marque club founded in 1971 by the late Nick Nichols.  Join us for the best year-round enjoyment of our MG sports cars.

Guests are always welcome at all of our meetings and events.   We will make you feel at home with like-minded MG enthusiasts, no matter if you are new to our cars or a veteran to little British cars.

Our Cars

Our Cars

Peggy & Joe Schrodi's 1976 MGB Roadster. Affectionately known as the "Bee'!
Tony Galt's 1951 TD Original 1951 legal number plates!
1925 'Old Number One', FC7900 taken in 1978 with BL Heritage Collection Manager & head engineer after completing a drive around the museum's clay track. The next day the museum was closed permanently.
Roger and Kaye Sykes, 1974 MGB GT
1948 MGTC Bought in 1970 in the UK and used as a daily driver for 7 years. Restoration spanned over 20 years and two continents.
1954 MG TF 1500 purchased new by Dad. Photo taken 1962. Ground up restoration in progress.
Purchased new September 1979. Restoration started 22 August 2016, Otaihanga, New Zealand and completed May 2020, Cypress, Texas.
1979 MGB Limited Edition engine bay. All original except for upgraded valve cover and cap, and air pump removed.
Ron Redding's 1958 MG ZB Magnette
Purchased in1994. Restored by Ron Redding. 60K original miles.
Mike Gentry's 1960 MGA at Wheels and Keels.
It's a "Christmas Story" morning drive. "You'll shoot your eye out".
1959 MGA Twin Cam YD3-753 Purchased May 2019 (north Carolina). Restored in 1990 by Capt. Bob Mason of Fairhope, AL. This is a fun drive, at 5500 rpm, she is just getting started.
Scott and Trish Hardy's 1972 MGB on top of the Beartooth Highway in Wyoming.
Fleischer’s 1971 MGB on July 4, 1971 at Harvey Barracks in Kitzingen, Germany
MGTC and Supermarine Spitfire - Ed Rosenquist
Ed Rosenquist 's 1949 MGTC EXU & 1955 MGTF 1500
1980 MGB LE
Wayne Hardy’s 1958 MG ZB Magnette serving pace car duty
Tore #3 Piston in two pieces on the wy to Saledo in 2016. Engine going back in, and hoing for better luck
1953 MGTD Finished 1 day before daughter's wedding
1952 mgtd LHD Rich Colwell
1953 MGTD RHD Restored by Rich Colwell 2009-2016 Body tub wood was all rot.
1960 MGA 1600 - Rich & Kathy Colwell Bought in 1983 in Michigan. Frame Up restoration by Rich betwen 1989 and 1994. Refit a 1600 CC motor in 2001. Tuned motor to 92 HP in 2006.
DON LANTZ 1961 MGA 1600
Terry & Linda Myers 1971 MGB
Dawson 73 B is parade ready...next to Gary Watson's Midget.
Dawson's 1973 MGB in 1974.
Adam Day's 1957 MGA 1500
Ken Evesson’s MGA
Dave and Linda Renner's 1959 MGA roadster, Peabody.
The Cannons' 1971 Midget, side view, with top up
The Cannons' 1971 Midget, side view, "naked"!
The Cannons' 1971 Midget, front view
Very small (1:43) LBC collection - MGB, MG Midget, Morris Minor, Mini, 3 Ford Anglia's, Land Rover.
Mike Gentry’s 1960 MGA
"MG MUTT": '76 MGB, Ford 302 (5.0L) V8, 5 speed, Independent rear suspension (uses a Nissan differential), fender flares, & more. Not to everyone's taste, but I grin ear to ear whenever I drive it!
Greg Fleischer-original owner 1971 MGB
Andrew and Libia Gregg 1975 MGB (converted to chrome bumpers by PO)
"Millie" 1961 Morris Minor 1000 owned by Mike & Stephanie Woodward.
Fred & Lisa Whitla's 1977 MGB
Bob Chalker's 1959 MGA
1965 MGB, Supercharger, 5 speed------------Owner - Ron Redding - 5R Restorations
Ron Redding - 5R Restorations
1965 Shelby Cobra (replica), 427ci, 535 hp-------Owner Ron Redding - 5R Restorations
1952 MGTD, Supercharger, 5 Speed --- MG 2016 Louisville Kentucky - 2nd place winner ------- TMGR Octagon of Honor member ---- Owner - Ron Redding, 5R Restorations
Dwight & Candy Dawson 1973 MGB
Wayne & Dixie Moore 1947 MG TC
Jim Early 1962 MGA Mark II
Mike & Stephanie Woodward 1980 MGB LE
Bob & Kim Chalker 1972 MGB & 1959 MGA
Bob & Kim Chalker 1972 MGB

Join The Club

Do you have a passion for classic cars?

Do you love all things British?

Do you enjoy the company of great people?

If any of these apply to you, come join the Houston MG Car Club

The Houston MG Car Club is a membership organization dedicated to the celebration and preservation of MG's and other British marques.  The club is only able to be successful through the voluntary engagement of our members.  All dues and other fees go directly to the support of the running of the club and hosting the many events each year.  

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Featured Video

A highlight from Scott and Trish Hardy's drive from

Calgary to Houston in September, 2019

Contact Us:  HoustonMGCarClub@gmail.com


Houston MG Car Club

PO Box 40711

Houston, TX   77240

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