Club Members free advice, fee for service.

Local vendors we have found useful.

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The Minnesota MG T Register makes no guarantees regarding suitability of advice or quality of service provided by these here listed.


That being said -

those listed have been suggested  by our members as having performed well and can be recommended for your consideration.


To keep things honest none of these listed have paid for the listing.


A listing may be removed by request.

  1. BulletBob Figenskau: Insurance appraisal service, technical advice, general repair service, restoration services and parts availability.

  2. BulletLew Palmer: Fuel Pumps, wiper motors and general Lucas electrical. Also the club expert regarding Triple M cars.

  3. BulletDave Braun: SU carburator rebuilding services and general restoration advice.

  4. BulletGary Krukoski: Paint advice and parts availability.

  5. BulletDave Von Wald: Differential gear service, parts availability, restoration services.

  1. BulletAdvance Distributors: Distributor rebuilding services.

  2. BulletQuality Coaches: Maintenance, parts, restoration services and consignment sales. Long time club member Mark Brandow’s shop

  3. BulletWorld Wide Auto Parts of Madison: Lever arm shock rebuilding service.

  4. BulletAPT Instruments: Speedometer, Tachometer and dash instrument restoration.

  5. BulletHeadwerks Speciality Machine: Cylinder head reconditioning service.

  6. BulletJ & D Custom Plating: Chrome Plating services

  7. BulletBrake & Equipment Warehouse: Master and wheel cylinder rebuilding, custom hoses and brake shoe relining ask for Rob.

  8. BulletMIdwest Motorsports. Dan Iburg’s shop in Saulk Rapids. Good resource for central MN members.

  9. BulletBMC British Automobile. Upgrades, modifications & restoration service. Brian McCullough’s shop.

  10. BulletEau Claire British Car. Complete service, repair and restoration. Steve Rindt’s shop in Wisconsin.

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National & International vendors.

  1. BulletMoss Motors: If you don’t know Moss Motors we need to talk.

  2. BulletAbingdon Spares: See above.

  3. BulletBritish Wiring: Source for wire harnesses and related parts.

  4. BulletBritish Tools & Fasteners: As the name says, source for Whitworth.

  5. BulletCoker Tire: Classic tires.

  6. BulletBrit Books: Source for tech books and bedtime reading.

  7. BulletFrom the Frame Up: All the hard stuff to find, Check this site out, it’s great!

  8. BulletVintage Headlamp Restoration. Specialist lamp specialist, not just headlights.

  9. BulletVintage Supplies UK. Classic British car parts.

  10. BulletLeatherique Restoration Products. Leather interior restoration products. Jerry Thorson used these products on his TC, highly recommended.

  11. BulletMG Bits 4 You. UK source for MG parts.

  12. BulletRestoration Supply Company. As the name says, authentic & hard to find supplies. Download their catalog, some useful stuff here.

  13. BulletClassic & Vintage Bulbs. As the name says, this is an Australian site for hard to find bulbs.

  14. BulletAnglo Auto Parts. All make British car parts located in Belgium

  15. BulletKimble Engineering, source for Brooklands steering wheels and racing screens.

  16. BulletYour Auto Trim Store, source for interior and trim supplies. If you are into upholstery or just curious this is a fun site to browse.

  17. BulletSpeedograph Richfield. Instrument repair source (in England), Club member recommended.

  18. BulletHeritage Upholstery & Trim. Source for interior and upholstery products, Club member recommended