The PB Airline of
John and Ann Failla
Recently acquired from the estate of Pat Hart, PB0334 is sure to be a
hit at numerous shows.
Here's the Info
for our Annual Meet:
Fingerprints . . .
Midget, Magna, and
Magnette... Three little words that describe MG in it’s most exciting and
formative years, from the 1928 London Motor show which saw the launch of the
first M type Midget, to 1936 when the last overhead cam car came out of the
Works. These were the Cecil Kimber years... golden years for automobilia and
MG in particular. Kimber was in his prime, an innovative, a feisty task
master, and a dogged and enthusiastic proponent of automobile excellence
through competition. It is said that the early Midget and it’s following
brethren would scarcely have made quite such an impact without the
tremendous boost furnished by MG’s racing and record breaking achievements.
Early successes in
the Brooklands 12/12 races propelled MG into the forefront of light car
racing in the 30’s.... the men, women, and cars were legendary and the
accomplishments were legion. Through the 30’s MG won more motoring
competitions of all sorts than any other marque!
Of the 11,500+ MMM
cars produced between 1928 and 1936 there is one common thread: the
strong, small displacement, single OHC engines that were the heart of
these four cylinder Midgets and six cylinder Magnas and Magnettes. They
are marked by a unique vertical dynamo/bevel gear cam-drive train and
range from 746cc to 1271cc.
Today more than
3000 of these historic MGs are in the hands of enthusiastic MMM Register
members worldwide, and as it is the mission of the Register to preserve
and foster the use and enjoyment of these historic prewar MGs, the North
American MMM Register welcomes you to come see, up close and
personal, the only MGs that bear Cecil Kimber’s finger prints!
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fellow MMM'rs at our