MG YT Factory Production Records ~ recreated
(337kb) A PDF file by David Pelham (updated 31
The XPAG Cooling System
by Gene Gillam
The Alternate Parts List
by John Lawson. This is a very useful cross reference on many Y/YT and YB parts and lists other cars that had the same parts.
Guide for Users of Historic
Safety Fast Newsletters
A full back catalogue of Newsletters scanned from Safety
Fast, from the first in 1992, to date.
The MG Y Type Buyer's Guide
A miscellany of resources
and articles to help you decide on how to buy and what to look for.
MG Y Type Screensaver
MG YT Screensaver
Let there be Ys Screensaver
5 Speed YB Conversion
(241kb) A PDF by Tony Vernall.
for creating a desktop shortcut to the website. You may need both
MG Engine History
(289kb) A PDF file by Neil Cairns.
MG Y Ledgers
(310kb) A PDF file with an introduction by Neil Cairns of guarantee plates, chassis numbers
and engine numbers, where this information is known.
Post War M.G. Saloon cars 1947 - 1999
(4.5mb including colour pictures) by Neil Cairns.
Luggage straps for the MG Y
Details on the luggage straps that were available as a period
Stories from the Rear view mirror
Historical research on individual cars by their owners.
Models of the MG Y Type
Details of models of the MG Y Type.
of Y history events and contemporary world news.
Sister Cars to the MG Y Type
by Neil Cairns
The MG Y Type Tool Kit
by Jeremy Havard.
Terry Ciantar's original tool kit
Photographs by Terry Ciantar.
26 February 2011
A new Collectible from The Motor magazine has been added to the
Please do not
forget to donate to the Queensland Appeal as mentioned on February 1 below.
24 February 2011
Today, please welcome Marie Gould with
YT 5143 to Ys on Parade. Marie also has posted a video on YouTube which we are also hosting on our
Ys on Film and other Media page too. YT 5143 is yet another previously unknown survivor and we are very grateful to share it with everyone.
18 February 2011
If you are in the UK over the weekend then a good place to go is the MG Autojumble/Swapmeet
at Stoneleigh. Look out for David Pelham there who will have some details of the YZ Publications CDs
and also John James (webmaster of the greatest T Type website - TTypes.org.
17 February 2011
Three new suppliers have been added to the
16 February 2011
Neil Wakeman has added to our Technical Centre's knowledge base's
Jackall information with an article on how to restore the Jackall rams. This can be accessed from the
Jackall page. Thank you Neil.
15 February 2011
Reprinted Article has been added today. It is a short but succinct
reply to a letter in the Motoring magazine of March 1953 concerning how and which heater to fit to an MG Y. Also today, please welcome George Elliott, the new owner of YT 3286 to Ys on Parade.
14 February 2011
Three new additions have been made to our
Artist's Impressions gallery today for your enjoyment.
11 February 2011
Today, please welcome Chris Pick with
Y 6641 - a newly discovered survivor to our ever
growing Register of MG Y Types (now standing at 3,110!), and also to
Ys on Parade.
7 February 2011
Len Fanelli has been added to the
Links page. Len supplies Roller Cam performance equipment for XPAG and XPEG engines.
3 February 2011
Calling the owner of a car that was licenced as YMG 158 before it was exported from the UK. The Webmaster has four photographs of your car that he would like to reunite with you. Please see
Lost Ys for details.
2 February 2011
Jerry Birkbeck has opened registration for the 2011 MG Car Club Spring Run and this can be downloaded from the
Events page entry for the Run. Book early to avoid disappointment!
1 February 2011
Firstly, please continue to remember our fellow MG owners struck by the devastating
floods in Brisbane, Queensland Australia. Tony Slattery sent me a sequence of photographs with time stamps on them showing just how quickly
the waters rose - in 22 minutes a once peaceful creek burst its banks, flooded across a field and completely engulfed and covered an
entire barn! These pictures are this month's Picture of the Month. Tony Slattery assures me they are
called 'sheds' in Australia.
The appeal for assistance is continuing throughout February and I make no apology for
bringing it to your attention again. Please find it within you to make a donation however small, and include the key word as to how you wish
it to be distributed.
The MG Car Club of Queensland has set up a DONATE facility where donations can be made. If you would like to donate to their flood appeal, it would be greatly appreciated.
When you make a donation, on the REVIEW screen, under
Add special instructions to the seller, please indicate how you would like the funds distributed by including one of the following words:-
If you wish your funds to help re-build the Clubrooms, please include the word
If you wish your funds to assist in the storage of members cars whose homes have
been destroyed, please include the word “HOME”
If you wish your funds to assist in saving/resurrecting MGs that have been
damaged and submerged in the flooding, please include the word “SAVE”
If you wish your funds to be equally distributed to the three areas of need
above, please include the word “MG”.
The Reprinted Article comes from The Autocar, 14 September 1951 and is an article entitled Overseas Encounter - How to have an accident
(if you must) when abroad!
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