A review with pictures and reports of past Magnette events from all over the world

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MG Live - 15th & 16th June  2013

As you know by now, 2013 marks the 60th anniversary since the launch of the Z series Magnette & things are certainly shaping up very well ahead of the main anniversary event itself.
At MG Live, we had a total of 28 different cars attending across the weekend which is more than we have had at the Silverstone event since 2005!
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MGs in the Park (2 June 2013)

This is the second year the Magnette Register has included the annual MGOC-organised ‘MGs in the Park’ event at the Cotswold Wildlife Park on its official calendar, and once again we were rewarded with one of the best days of the summer so far – though to be fair, the challenges to this accolade have been few and far between. And it was certainly a change from our first event of 2013, Magnettes and Steam, which was cancelled as a result of heavy snow.

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Crystal Palace classic sprint revival

The MGCC South-east centre put on a display at the Crystal Palace classic sprint revival, 26-27 May, to mark the 60th anniversaries of both the TF and Z Magnette models. The Register was asked to arrange two Magnettes for each day, which were provided by Andy Brock and John Barringer with their ZAs, and Ian Hunt and Dave Newland with Varitones.

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Concours 2013 for the MG Club Victoria, Australia

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VII Fall Festival,
Classic and  Old Car Parade and Exhibition

Greetings from La Paz Mexico,

Post brief report of "VII Fall Festival, Classic and  Old Car Parade and Exhibition, held last weekend. It was an event with many vehicles involved.I am pleased to report that the presence of MG continues to increase, now in addition to our Magnette ZB 1959, a record participation MG Midget 1974.
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Goodwood Revival 2012

Two Magnettes showed up at the Goodwood Revival in September.
"Bumble" originally was a famous racing car in the 70's and 80's. This car in the right colours seems to be the other racer of the period named "Emma", but showing "Bumble". The other one is "Sambo".
Here's more information on Sambo (not yet approved by our hostorian):