MG Rover Owners Club (MGROC)

We cover all MG & Rover cars, We are the MG Owners Club & Rover Owners club, combined in one, from Rover 75 to MGZT, from Rover 800 to MGB, we are here for all your MG Rover MGR cars
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We cover all MG & Rover cars, We are the MG Owners Club & Rover Owners club, combined in one, from Rover 75 to MGZT, from Rover 800 to MGB, we are here for all your MG Rover MGR cars
 

Welcome new members, introduce your self here

Welcome all new members

Welcome to your forums, Thanks for taking the time to visit, you are invited to take a look about, you will undoubtedly see some familiar names here, dont just pop in and out, take the time to say Hi, contribute to the thread's. Maybe tell us how you found us.?You never know, you may like it here lol

Unread postby baconbuttyman » Mon Aug 29, 2016 11:03 am

Hi guys, this is a section of the club which has been neglected in the recent past, i intend to resurrect.
I apologize for the neglect i have shown this area, so today, will draw a line under it and move on, start over
but here is a general welcome to all those i have missed.

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First of all, is our shop, in here you can buy our keyrings, t-shirts and other items, check out this link to take a look.
http://www.mgr-forums.com/index.php?opt ... Itemid=264

We have our own news letter that is produced every 2 months and is free to download, this has evolved into a jam packed bi monthly magazine and all back issues are available through this link.
http://mgr-forums.com/phpbb/viewforum.p ... 42d10b9e54

Lastly we have an extensive How To section, this can be accessed here and we are building up a tools library
viewforum.php?f=91

Many thanks for taking the time to read this
Mick
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Unread postby Borg Warner » Mon Aug 29, 2016 4:39 pm

Hello all.

Get posting.

Gary M.
MG Stands for its self and not Morris Garages. As CK said "...there was already one Morris Garages, how could there be two?"
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Unread postby fosky4 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 6:14 pm

just come here to say hello to all not long joined the forum.
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Unread postby Mal7921 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 7:21 pm

Hello and welcome :) do feel free to look around but remember that the more you post, the more things open up on the forum itself.

Any questions, feel free to ask
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Unread postby Michael » Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:31 pm

This forum with it's first class advice has saved me a fortune over the years, and I'm very grateful for that thanks to all. (mgrclub) (mexican wave) (mgrclub)
Have a trip down memory lane at my website.
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Rover 75 a touch of class for a classy car.
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Unread postby COLVERT » Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:59 pm

Michael wrote:This forum with it's first class advice has saved me a fortune over the years, and I'm very grateful for that thanks to all. (mgrclub) (mexican wave) (mgrclub)
/De rien.---------- :-D
Live long and prosper.

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Unread postby Ztez63 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:33 pm

Hello all, newbie Terry here, from Stoke.On.Trent, Staffs (Potteries).
First of all thank you to admin for letting me join.
I found you on MG Rover parts Facebook page and thought this is the kind of club I want.
I own a ZT 160+ 2002 in red with grey interior. It's on 83 thousand now so still pretty low miles, and it's genuine as I have all the mot's to prove it
I have only owned it for a few months and love it.
I have just done all the cam belts and a full service, spending around £400, I have never spent that money on a car before!
I am on a similar owners club for Reliant Scimitar as I have one of those too, and a Shogun 2.8td
Classic cars are my thing really but always wanted a Rover 75 Touring, I think they are beautiful cars. I sold a Rover 216SE 1987 that was in very nice condition for one of those to buy the ZT and haven't regretted it one bit so far.
I can't figure out how to upload a photo or two yet sorry
Anyway that's enough drivel for now, I hope to be back soon.
Thanks again
Terry
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