MG Y Type Screensaver
MG YT Screensaver
Picture Puzzle No 2
MG YT Factory
Production Records ~ recreated (175kb)
A PDF file by David Pelham (updated 17 October 2004).
Sister Cars to the MG Y Type
by Neil Cairns
A picture puzzle for you!
5 Speed YB
A PDF by Tony Vernall.
Icon and instructions
for creating a desktop shortcut to the website. You may need both
skill and knowledge of the Y Type with our first
Trivia Quiz 1.
Trivia Quiz 2
- how well do you know your Y Type?
MG Engine History
A PDF file by Neil Cairns.
MG Y Ledgers
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 but includes colour pictures) by Neil Cairns.
The MG Y Type Tool
Kit by Jeremy Havard
sun now definitely half way over the equator, and the heralding of Spring for
the Northern Hemisphere, and Autumn for the Southern, Richard
Prior has sent in another entry for Ys at Weddings -
lovely pictures, thank you Richard.
For those in the UK - don't forget its almost last orders for the 2005 Spring
Run too - booking form download here.
collectible has been added to the Collectibles
Taylor, former owner of Y 2793 has sent in a pencil sketch of his Y and has also
volunteered his services for anyone who may want a sketch of their car.
Alan's sketch can be found on the Artist's Impressions
just over a month to go now to the UK Season opener entry forms for "The MG Y
Register Spring Run" you can still be downloaded from the
Events Page. Also two other events for the UK diary worth noting are
the 6th Abingdon Fayre, Air and Country Show will take place on Sunday 1st May
at Dalton Barracks Abingdon (Vehicle bookings, contact Brian Davis on +44
(0)7789 654204), and The MG Saloon Car Show run by the M Group at Stanford Hall,
Lutterworth Leicestershire on July 3, 2005- details can be obtained from them
The mid-month Reprinted Article is taken from Classic and Sportscar magazine -
October 1986 and features a review of MG Saloon Cars from the Y Type to the
amusing entry (entry 133) to the guestbook today from Mike Anderson of
Australia - former Y owner. Worth taking a look at as I am sure we can all
relate to most of his story, if quite not the bit about the policeman!
Thank you Mike, please continue to enjoy the site and one day maybe another Y
will find its way into your garage!
March is already upon us! For those who
hibernated their cars over the Northern hemisphere winter, now is the time to
start thinking of waking them up and preparing for the Spring Run in the UK.
Fortunately here in the Pacific North West they do not use salt on the roads (a
chemical de-icer is used instead) so my YA has already seen some action in the
last few days, however I run it throughout the winter any way.
As regular visitors will know, we normally bring you one
Reprinted Article a month. However, on
that basis it would have taken well into 2009 to exhaust the current stock of
articles already prepared to release, so it has been decided to release two a
month - one at the start and one half way through. In view of the current
climate in the UK, and the impending winter season in the Southern hemisphere,
perhaps an early article on "Fitting a Smiths Heater" by one W. E. Blower would
be appropriate. Unfortunately I have not been able to trace either the
date or the original publication, however it is assumed to be some time in the
This Month's Picture of the Month is provided
by Colin Essex of Coventry and goes back in time to the MG Saloon Day,2003.
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