EETOY 2021

MG EETOY 2021 - PORTUGAL

MG EUROPEAN EVENT OF THE YEAR 2021

Adiado para 2024
 
Histórias contadas
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Por:
António Salgueiro Dionísio
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Destaques

Notícias
Era uma vez um homem chamado Jacques Coune…
26 Setembro 2022
Internacional
Notícias
7ª Gala Portugal-China - Lisboa – Museu da Eletricidade
10 Novembro 2022
Nacional
Notícias
7ª Parada de automóveis antigos na avenida da liberdade - Lisboa - CAACA
13 Novembro 2022
Nacional
Notícias
1.º Encontro – Ingleses do Centro (Coimbra)
11 Setembro 2022
Nacional
90 2022 Rolls-Royce 20/35, um automóvel com sangue azul

Atividades recentes

176ª Concentração de Aniversário -
Nacional
Desta vez foi o Vice-Presidente José Gil quem chamou a si a organização da festa de comemoração do 41º Aniversário do MGCP e quem elegeu a cidade de S...
ESTORIL CLASSICS -
Nacional
A 6ª edição do Estoril Classics colocou em pista cerca de 300 carros representativos de seis décadas de automobilismo e num mesmo palco competiram máq...
10º ANIVERSÁRIO SWISS-MGV8/IG -
Internacional
Em nome da longa amizade que os une, o nosso Presidente da mesa da Assembleia Geral e esposa –  José Gouveia Fonseca e Ana Maria Sousa – deslocar...
Distinguished Gentleman's Drive
Nacional
Tal como na edição de 2021, a organização esteve a cargo da Heel Tread e do ACP Clássicos com o apoio do Museu Nacional dos Coches, onde o passeio com...

Modelos Aniversariantes

90 anos

MG J2 Midget 1932

Announced in August 1932 the J2 Midget was outstanding value for just £199 10s. and was within the reach of many enthusiasts of the era. It was based on the successful design of the C type or Montlhery Midget as it was better known, a direct derivative of the M type. From the outset the car represented everything that was right in basic sports car design incorporating such things as a large rear mounted slab type petrol tank with a huge fast fill1 petrol cap, fold flat windscreen with optional aero screens, centre lock wire wheels, remote control gear change, and a spring spoked flat steering wheel. 

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90 anos

MG J3 Midget 1932

It was in August 1932 that the J series Midgets were announced with Cecil Kimber too impatient to wait for the London Motor Show in October of that year. The whole Midget range was in need of rationalisation and this was certainly achieved with the new Midgets. There were 4 models announced, J1, J2, J3 and J4 with only the J1 and J2 available initially. With the J2 selling for just £199.10s and the J1 for marginally more, the cars were within the reach of many enthusiasts of the era. 

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90 anos

MG J4 Midget 1932

The J4 Midget was made available to the MG fraternity in the spring of 1933 and this car along with the J3 completed the J series range. The J series were first announced in August 1932 prior to the Motor Show of that year with Cecil Kimber too impatient to wait for the annual gathering of the worlds motor manufacturers displaying their new models. The whole Midget range was in need of rationalisation and this was most certainly achieved with the J types. With only the J1 and J2 available initially, the J1 carried four seat open and closed bodies, whilst the J2 was the open two seater sports version. Some 9 months later the J3 and J4 versions followed with the J3 basically being a supercharged J2 and the J4 the out and out racing car.

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90 anos

MG KN Saloon 1932

A surprise was in store for MG enthusiasts at the 1932 Motor Show with the last minute launch of a new series of 6 cylinder cars designated Magnette. The already popular Magna range of MG's or "Light Sixes" as they were often referred to, continued in production alongside the smaller engined overhead cam J types. The six cylinder cars did not generate quite the same following as the four cylinder higher-revving stablemates, nonetheless they fulfilled a market need aimed at those enthusiasts who wanted a bit more refinement and could afford to pay for it. 

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90 anos

MG J1 Midget 1932

The J series of MG Midgets was to be a refinement of the C and D Type forerunners, announced in 1932 at the Motor Show a whole new series of cars made their debut. The J1 was offered with 4 seater open or closed bodywork and the J2 was strictly a two seater sports and the racing variants, the J3 and J4 although launched to the public, were not to go into production until early 1933.

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85 anos

MG VA Saloon 1937

The MG Car Company was plunged into turmoil early in 1935 when William Morris sold MG to Morris Motors which formed the major part of the Nuffield Organisation. The organisation was primarily set up to rationalise Morris's sprawling business concerns and in the interests better efficiency allied to cost savings. Now known by the title of Lord Nuffield, it was well known that he personally disliked motor sport and it was in this area particularly that MG suffered most.

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75 anos

MG YA Saloon 1947

When production of the MG TC resumed at Abingdon after the war, plans were also well advanced for the production of a new MG saloon which had originally been designed during the period 1937 to 1939 for introduction in 1941. The MG Y type or one and a quarter litre saloon as it was sometimes known was really an MG version of the Morris Eight series E four door saloon and was a pre-war project that Syd Enever and Cowley suspension designer Alec Issigonis had been working on in 1937.

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75 anos

MG YT Tourer 1947

Up until 1935 the MG Car Company and Morris Motors were essentially separate companies although both were owned by Sir William Morris. Following a takeover in 1935 the two concerns were incorporated under the umbrella of the Nuffield organisation which also owned other marques such as Wolseley and Riley. From then on the derivation of MG models was to be from several camps in order to rationalise and to introduce a common parts policy.

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60 anos

MG 1100 Saloon 1962

Discounting the 'modern' MG saloons under the Metro, Maestro and Montego banner, the BMC 1100 based MG saloons were the top selling car in Britain for many years. Over 3 million 1100/1300 variants were produced between 1962 and 1973 with the MG versions proving to be amongst the most popular. The 1100 was quite revolutionary and was described in all the promotional literature as "the most advanced MG of all time!" This statement no doubt raised a few eyebrows from the ranks of the diehard enthusiasts and the car was at the time a most unwelcome piece of badge engineering. 

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60 anos

MGB Roadster 1962

The last MGB convertible rolled off the production line at the Abingdon factory on the 22nd of October 1980 and it ended an era of sports car motoring, not only of the MGB but also of MG sports cars in general. The first MGB to come off the line at Abingdon bearing chassis number G-HN3 101 left the factory in June 1962. The MGB, although launched in 1962, continued in production in similar form, right the way through to the end of its production.

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55 anos

MGC GT 1967

The arrival of the MGC in 1967 was greeted with mixed reactions both from enthusiasts and the motoring press. It can be described as one of the most controversial sports cars ever produced from Abingdon and during its short life (1967-1969) the car was never short of attention, particularly from the press. The arrival of the MGC was partly due to the flagging sales of the Austin Healey 3000 and the fact that the original design of the MGB mono-coque structure was capable of taking larger power units than the 1800 cc engine. 

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55 anos

MGC Roadster 1967

The MGC was the first ‘high performance’ version of the MGB as from early in the design stages of the MGB there was an intention to create high performance variants, using a range of Vee engines that did not make it to production. The MGC was very much more than a tuned MGB and in fact was a completely re-engineered car, but retaining many visual connections to the MGB. On the outside the MGC was often mistaken for an MGB as the only visual differences were in the heavily bulged bonnet with a transverse chrome strip that accentuated the bulges, and the standard use of 15” wheels instead of 14” on the MGB.

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40 anos

MG Metro 1300 1982

The MG Metro was introduced in May 1982 some 18 months after the pain of the closure of the MG factory at Abingdon. This tainted many MG enthusiasts reception for this car in a negative way as it was somewhat different to the traditional sports car market, although at this time the then new ‘hot hatch’ era heralded by the Golf GTi was in full swing, and as far as manufacturers and most car buyers were concerned open top two seat sports cars were something from the past. 

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30 anos

MGR V8 1992

The MGRV8 was conceived in 1988, following the successful reintroduction of the new MGB bodies back into production by British Motor Heritage. The MG RV8 is a heavily revised MGB powered by a 3.9 litre Rover V8 engine delivering 185bhp, delivered to the rear wheels via a 5 speed Rover gearbox. External body panels were revised to provide the car with a distinctive departure to the MGB although the clear original MGB proportions can still be clearly seen.

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20 anos

MG Rover TF 2002

The MG TF was the UKs best selling two seat sports car for each full year of production, taking this mantle from the MGF. Introduced in January 2002 the TF is a practical, reliable and very economical 2-seat sports car just what MG tradition is based upon. Available with a range of K series 4 cylinder petrol engines starting with the 114ps 1598cc, then moving through the 120ps and 136ps 1796cc Mpi versions to the range topping 160ps VVC engined version. 

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5 anos

MG ZS & MG ZS EV 2017

The 2017 MG ZS; not to be confused with the early 2000’s MG Rover saloon cars of the same name; is a ‘compact SUV’ designed and engineered product by engineers based in Longbridge, Birmingham and also China.  It is a car for world markets and the UK models are specifically honed by the Longbridge engineers to make it drive and handle like an MG should and is specifically tuned for UK roads.

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ATIVIDADES

Foi o 1º clube de marca a surgir em Portugal e tem por objeto promover o prestígio da marca MG, congregar os proprietários destes veículos e, de um modo geral, contribuir para a sua preservação.

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SEGUROS

O MGCP disponibiliza com a Tranquilidade, marca da Seguradoras Unidas S.A., duas apólices de seguro automóvel para veículos Clássicos e Não Clássicos e uma garantia de ocupantes opcional.

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OFICINA

Para o efeito, o MGCP sempre procurou obter, para os seus associados, facilidades na aquisição de bens e serviços relacionados com a manutenção e a conservação de viaturas MG.

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