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MG TC Instruction Manual

MG TC Instruction Manual

The MG Car Company Ltd

ISBN: 1855200732

Paperback

UK15.95
USA$19.77

Review:

Detailed information on maintaining, servicing and repair.


MGA 1500 Driver

MGA 1500 Driver's Handbook

British Leyland Motors

ISBN: 083760589X

Hardback Paperback

UK9.41
USA$17.95

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Road Test: MGC and MGB GT V8

Road Test: MGC and MGB GT V8

R. M. Clarke

ISBN: 1855203634

Hardback Paperback

UK10.95
USA$13.57

Review:

After much speculation about BMC's new big-engined car the MGC was a disappointment. Looking very much like the current MGB, albeit with a bulge in the bonnet, sales took a while to take off. Under the skin there were many innovations, not least the six-cylinder engine and it came in both open and GT forms. In 1973 the Rover V8 engine was slotted into the BGT, the only external sign being a discreet V8 badge. Unfortunately it was a good engine in an out of date car. However, there is now a good following for this car. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, new model introductions, specification and technical data and history.


MGs on Patrol

MGs on Patrol

Andrea Green

ISBN: 0951942379

Hardback

UK16.95
USAN/A

Review:

The MG Police Cars and the Men and Women Who Used Them


Road Test: MG Y-Type & Magnette ZA/ZB

Road Test: MG Y-Type & Magnette ZA/ZB

R.M. Clarke

ISBN: 1855203472

Paperback

UK10.95
USA$13.57

Review:

Following on from the pre-war saloons MG designed the Y-Type, a comfortable four-seater, to run concurrently with the TC from 1947. A year later the tourer was announced and rather unsportingly likened to a "bath tub". However, they kept the MG family car going until the modern, Palmer-designed Z-Type was introduced in 1954. Again a good family car fitted with the new BMC B-series engine of 1489cc. The engine was upgraded in 1956 and with a few cosmetic changes now became the ZB. Production of the ZA/ZB Magnettes came to an end in 1958. This is a book of contemporary road tests, new model introductions, technical and specification data, long-term tests, buying second hand, rallying and touring.


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