Fractions to Decimals to Millimetres
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UK Licence plates
A document reproduced here by kind permission of the
Chiltern Vehicle Preservation Group
Parts Cross Reference pages
Look up modern supplier part numbers for your MG Y Type Parts needs
MG Service Department
Service Sheet Amendments
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.
24 March 2012
Terry Saunders now has LED rear lights for your MG Y in POSITIVE GROUND back in stock! These can be ordered from him on
21 March 2012
Today, please welcome John Tudgay with
Y 6805 to Ys on Parade.
Norbert Lange has also added some pictures of his Grandchildren and his Y to our
Also, a great video of the restoration of Dave Edwards' Y Type was found over the
weekend on the Internet. This has now been added to our page of
Ys on Film and other media.
17 March 2012
The International MG Y Type Register is pleased to announce that,
in conjunction with John James' TTypes.org, it has ‘teamed up’ with
Travel Destinations (ABTA Registered) and negotiated preferential travel rates for
International MG Y Type Register members. If you are planning to travel to or
from Mainland Europe (including Spain) using P&O, the Channel Tunnel or Brittany
Ferries (including Spain) then please contact Travel Destinations on +44 (0) 1707 329988
and be certain to mention that you are a member of the International MG Y Type Register
to obtain your Preferential Rates. These are not only available to you when you
are in your MG Y Type, but when travelling in any MG or indeed your normal daily
David Pelham, our Public Relations Officer said
“Travel Destinations were able to assist with the passage of our cars to/from Brittany on the forthcoming Tour in September 2012.
I was pleasantly surprised that my fellow participants and I
saved almost 30% by booking through Travel Destinations. The saving that
we achieved is equivalent to more than a tank full of petrol for each of the participants.”
The arrangements will not only benefit
International MG Y Type Register members in the UK but also in France, Holland, Germany, Switzerland,
etc travelling to the UK.
Paul Barrow, our Webmaster and Registrar said:
International MG Y Type Register derive no benefit from this arrangement other than the satisfaction of knowing we have been able to secure a benefit for members.
This benefit is available to you with zero Membership Subscription or Fees reflecting our true 'Run by Enthusiasts for Enthusiasts' approach, which cannot be matched by those clubs specifically catering for our cars and making similar claims.”
15 March 2012
The English version of the Reprinted Article from the Swiss publication SignPost
featuring David Pelham's YT has now been added.
An entry form has been added for entry to the MG Car Club Spring Run and can be downloaded from the
14 March 2012
Jerry Birkbeck has sent in a flyer for the
Abingdon Anniversary on March 25.
13 March 2012
Mel Fry has updated his picture of Y 5103 in Ys on Parade.
Today please welcome Neil Coombes as the owner of
Y 7036, Y/T 2701, and
YB 0453 to Ys on Parade.
12 March 2012
For those who are into using sheet metal, a conversion table has been added to the
Technical Data, Size Matters section to enable you to convert
between SWG (Standard Wire Gauge) to Inches to Millimetres.
5 March 2012
Butch Taras (Y 6757) has joined the Vendors offering services to owners of MG Ys worldwide. Butch bring a host of skills and products to us and
does quality work so please use him for your needs and check out
NTG Motors have announced a new part in their inventory for the MG Y
Panhard rod assembly as original for MG YA & YT. Can also be fitted to YB if suitable brackets are fabricated
(brackets not available from us).
The MG Car Club has kindly provided a copy of their recent article
"Out of my Comfort Zone" from their February 2012 issue of Safety Fast too - thank you.
1 March 2012
Please welcome Zihao Wong and his family and their
Y 5717 to
Ys on Parade. Zihao also brings a new country to the International MG Y Type
Register so we also welcome Singapore too!
Two new parts drawings are available now, for the Battery Box lid (courtesy of Michael Long, UK) and for the Rear
Side Curtain Frames for the MG YT (courtesy of Jim Spears, USA).
This month's Picture of the Month comes from Zihoa Wong, from Singapore.
The Reprinted Article this month comes to us from the Swiss publication SignPost and
features David Pelham's YT - another truly International article! The English translation will be published in the middle of this month.
David Pelham has informed us that all 12 places on the ‘Y Type Tour of Brittany’
(see 4 February 2012 news)
are now taken and he is regretfully unable to accept any
more entries. He is operating a short “reserve” list in the unlikely instance of any of the current entrants falling out and applications
for joining this list should be made by email to David Pelham as soon as possible.
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