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MG MGB GT V8 Factory Originals Technical - V8 Register Online
If you've had your head in the sand like me wrt the existence of this Website then here is a heads up! lol
The V8 register of the MGCC have got their Website up and running. If you don't already have the V8 Workshop Notes and you own a Factory V8 then this is at least one good reason to join the MGCC and the V8 Register. You don't have to be a member of the MGCC to put your car on the actual Register, there is an online form available to do it.
Super helpful people as well - Victor Smith/Geoff Allen etc! :)
|Gee, you know, we really should have a V8 conversion register.|
|At the risk of the above comment being ironic the V8 Register includes conversions both GT and roadster, Costellos, RV8s and even X80 which probably should be changed to XPower SV.|
|How ironic! I never knew that. Thought it was only for original cars. Guess I'll wander over and register.|
Actually, we do have a V8 Registar. NAMGBR (The North American MGB Register) has a V8 Registrar position, currently held by Dan Masters. The Register is for the most part conversions. Historically, not too many V8'ers have expressed an interest in joining. I was the Registar for several years and only had about 20 V-8's listed, though the MG V8 Newsletter had 300 or so subscribers. I would liike to see a lot more V-8'ers join NAMGBR, as the club does sponsor the annual V8 meet.
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