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MOWOG NEWS is currently being sent to members via pdf. Look for the link to the web version to come in the future.


July 22, 2017 Hudson,, NH. - British Cars of New Hampshire 21st Annual Show of Dreams

The 21st Annual Show of Dreams benefits High Hopes Foundation of NH and the NH Food Bank. Featured Marques: Austin Healey Sprite, MG Midget, Triumph Spitfire. 27+ classes of Antique & Classic British Cars, car related vendors, local craft vendors, activities, DJ entertainment, BCNH Raffle and Silent Auction, Great Food and fun for all. Car Registration: Pre-Reg. $25.00; Day of Show Reg. $35.00; Additional Car same owner--$10.00 Spectators: Free--Donation to the charities at the gate appreciated. Contact: Diana Stanley . Phone: 603-568-9795. Email: dstan1950@gmail.com. Show site: 211 Derry Road, Hudson, NH. (Route 102).


Signs of Our Times

There are quite a few great British signs out there. Here are the last couple:


Charity Highlight

Rallye for a Cure

The "Rallye for a Cure" is a grassroots event whose mission it is to celebrate classic and vintage sports cars and their enthusiasts, while raising awareness and funds to benefit Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's mission to treat, prevent, and cure Type 1 Diabetes.

Type 1 diabetes strikes both children and adults at any age. It comes on suddenly, causes dependence on insulin which must be injected or pumped constantly, and carries the constant threat of devastating complications.

Each year the CT MG Club has been a sponsor of this event which is now in its 5th year raising over $40,000 to date for the JDRF. For registration information or further details, please visit us at our website.




Updates to the Website

  • Classified have been updated
  • Charity Spotlight 3/21/17
  • Last Signs of Our Times images added 3/21/17
  • Updated For the Good of the Order:




For the Good of the Order

MG Airline Coupés

Click on the image below to see the youtube video on this very cool variation of the early MGs.