American MGC Register Association

What is the AMGCRA?

The American MGC Register Association is a non-profit, member-run organization dedicated to the enjoyment of owning and driving MGCs. Membership is open to anyone who owns an MGC or otherwise shares our interest in MGCs.

Please complete the Application & Renewal Form and mail it in at your convenience.

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of the founder of AMGCR and member #1, Tom Boscarino. For more information, click here.

Click on the links below.

Board of Directors and Mission Statement Message from the Coordination Director Application and Renewal
Classifieds page 1 Classifieds page 2 Marketplace
Regalia CBA XXXVII Information CBA XXXVII Registration Form

Upcoming CBA

The next CBA will be held in and around Abingdon, Virginia September 29 - October 2, 2017. See the detailed schedule, information and registration form in the links above.

Past CBAs

The AMGCR C Event of Brutal Aggressives XXXVI was held in the Charleston, SC area on September 23 - 24, 2016. Hosted by Bill Howerton and Ron Neal, the event featured tours of Charleston, along with the car show and banquet.

The AMGCR C Event of Brutal Aggressives XXXV was held in and around Harpers Ferry, West Virginia May 13-17, 2015. Activities included visits to the Charles Town horse racing track and the Summit Point track for vintage racing and parade laps. We visited the White Post Restoration shop and the historic town of Harpers Ferry.

The AMGCR C Event of Brutal Aggressives #34 took place in Cottage Grove, Oregon, July 9 - 12, 2014. Hosted by Mark & Susan Miller, the event featured winery and covered bridge tours, along with the car show and banquet.

The American MGC Register held our 2013 event in July at Indianapolis, with the car show being held at the Speedway Museum. The event included covered bridge tours, a tour of the Dallara race car factory, a great classic car collection and a lot of tire kicking and car talk.

In July 2012, CBA #32 was held in Watkins Glen, NY. It was a beautiful and historic setting. The event included a spirited tour of the race track and a day-long winery tour around Seneca Lake.

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