MG Y Type Screensaver
MG YT Factory
Production Records ~ recreated (175kb)
A PDF file by David Pelham (updated 20 October 2003)
Trivia Quiz 2
- how well do you know your Y Type?
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
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
item has been added to the Collectibles page under Manuals and Tools - a rare
Smiths Jackall Fluid tin!
please welcome John Allen with YT 3779 and Bob Crabb
with Y 6359 to Ys on Parade.
We also have an update from Geoff Meller on
YT 3477 in Interesting Ys too.
Pelham has sent in a revision to his YT list which
can either be downloaded here or from the side panel to this page. David
latest version contains an update on page four. The total number of YT survivors
is confirmed as 138 cars, almost 50% more than the 93 known survivors when the
list was first published on the website almost a year ago. If we take into
account the both the definite (138) and probable (39)s survivors this accounts
for 20% of YT production. Thank you to all who have contributed and please
continue the good work' David Pelham 20 October 2003.
and Arlene Coulson have confirmed details of the 10th anniversary Ripon Old Car
Show. Please see the Events page for details.
always delighted to come across Y Types previously unknown to us, and so tonight
we are absolutely delighted to welcome Roy Clapham and
Ys on Parade and car number 193, only 7 to go to
200 too! Another fun fact about Roy's car - it is exactly 10 years older
than your webmaster!