The Cecil Kimber Society

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New England MG T Register has 54 registered members

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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research 1930's MGs
kenadams
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research MGA and MGA Twin Cam mostly though strong interest in all MG history from the 1920's thru to early MGB amd MGC.
How the cars and components were designed and built in the various Morris/BMC factories. All racing events in which MG participated. MG sales brochures.
MGAGuy1
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research MG T Series
1973mgbgt
VM546
Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research 1934 MG NA Special (BLL492) Ex Doreen Evans/Wilkie Wilkinson
bbbenzar
13130
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JrBra52
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research I Have restored 30 TFs. INTEREST IN MMM, SVW, T SERIES, MGA, TWIN CAM, ALL MG's
rodbnz
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matradanb1
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Personalities and events of my MG's history. Keywords Countess Moy, Hugh Hamilton, Betty Haig, Enid Riddell.
Honnes
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Prewar,
H.C. Hamilton
John Brinkmann
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Larry Carlson
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research The book, The Mighty MG Magnettes of 33.
gacocks
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TCTDB
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research I am working on a J2 and am trying to get as much information as possible on these vehicles.
mgcrazed
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Jarvis UK Coachbuilder on MGs
The early lives of F1254 and SA2387
Pre-war MGs racing at Bathurst, Australia
Owned TF4114 since 1968. Covered 50,000 miles since restoration completed in 1995.
Had articles on MG topics published in Safety Fast, MG Yearbooks in the 70s, MMM Register's Yearbooks in 2000s and many others. Edited Dick Jacobs' "MG Experience" book but no credit given.
robdun
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Looking for info on a specific TF
QuasiMotors
12639
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46TC0630
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Foxman44
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Books, Sales Literature
jerry06798
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goldman19
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Daves55ZA
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research History/facts/current wherabouts etc. of all D Types 1931/32. for book. See www.mgdgroup.org
Owned MGs since '63 - Have 2 x D Type, 1 x TA, 1 x MGA and new MG6.
tedsmgs
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ghowell
13123
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johnittnerTD
6965
Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Connecticut Dealers and Imports after WWII
CJanson 53TD
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research All British cars!
jerrylabant
1176
Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research XPAG, Mark II TD
plus4moggie
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Original TC. Currently driving dad's TC that sat 60 years since 1955 after I did mechanical restoration. Originality interest.
Duncan1
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McCreery7
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research Vehicle histories
dmeggitt
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Cecil Kimber Society Area of Research First owned a 69 MGB while in college. Assisted my brother with the restoration of a 62 MKII MGA. Owned a 64 MG 1100 and drove it on Sebring International Raceway! Currently own a 68 MGCGT. I purchased a 52 MG TD in January 2016 and am finishing the frame up restoration.
Lgmiceli@comcast.net