This page presents a quick but complete overview of all the videos currently available on THE MG CARS CHANNEL on YouTube.
From this page you can access our many videos about MG cars and their history. Clicking any video will take you to YouTube. Watch any video there or come back to this page for navigation.
Or click the link below to start at the beginning!
Watch this video for an introduction.
This is the place to find videos about all things MG. You can become familiar with the history of MG by learning about the various models produced through the years; start with "The First MG," to learn that it was not the car we call "Old Number One." Follow the link at the end of each video to find the next in the series. Each MG model through the years is featured in its own video. So it's also great to go straight to the cars that interest you the most. In addition to the cars, we will feature some MG people, famous and not, who help tell the MG story. Beyond that, we'll have MG Places -- places that have figured into the MG story over the years -- and MG Events, some historical and others happening now. And, of course, there's racing and "trials" events as well!
Terry Looft tells us all about this innovative car.
All About the 6 cylinder MGC
John Rogers, Chairman of the North American MG C Register gets into the details.
The MGB series of cars
Four experts put the MGB, BGC, MGB-V8 and MGB-GT into perspective.
The First MG?
14/28 Bull Nose
Old Number One
14/28 -- 14/40
MG Specials - Racing and special bodies
See the factory and places about the town of Abingdon that were and are still important to the MG legacy.
Hear it from them.
John Browne worked as a mechanic at MG in the very early years. His tales give us a personal connection to MG history. In 5 parts - click here to see subject matter of each.
Jerry Goguen, founder of the Westminster MG Museum and Abingdon Spares.
Jim Simpson talks about his nearly 40 years at the Abingdon factory.
John Thornley, MG General Manager, and much more!
Jean Kimber Cook remembers her father and her childhood with MGs.
Mike Allison, MG Author and MG factory employee.
Food For Thought:
Does M.G. REALLY stand for Morris Garages? A myth?
We will post links to third party videos that expand and enhance our appreciation of MGs.
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"Our MG Garage, 1935"
Enjoy F. Gordon-Crosby's iconic and nostalgic drawing of an MG garage in the 1930's as a full color photograph! Amazing detail of period correct items in the shop.
For more information about "Our MG Garage, 1935" in full color, or to order a quality print for framing, signed by the artist, go to this page.
Shelburne Films -- Reedsville, Ohio 45772 -- All images copyrighted & all rights reserved