Customer MG Gallery



Charles Tisdall in New Zealand has some great shots of his MGB which looks as good as new. The car is a 1967 rebuilt in 1988. Since then he has stripped it and rebuilt all the running componenets and replaced the interior and fitted a O/D box 3 syncro and fitted Chrome 15" wires. His 10 year old assistant (son) enjoys it too!


Thanks to Malcolm Madge for the update on his 1980 MGB which is still going strong. 

We have owned this MGB from new, We bought it as a wedding present to ourselves in August 1980 and is now in its 34th year.During the mid 80's we attended many MGOC events with South Staffs MGOC, the small boy in some early pictures is my Son, he is now a grown man with a family of his own but still enjoy's the occasional run out in the B. During the 90's we made many trips to the LeMans 24hr and also the Classic LeMans. In 2008 some minor body repairs were needed and a respray so decided, rightly or wrongly to have it converted to chrome bumper. The car benefits from a blueprinted engine, Peter Burgess fast road head (un-leaded) and 270 camshaft as well as various suspension up-grades. as a result the engine is smooth and is lovely to drive.

The last 8 years the car has spent the Summer months in France where we have enjoyed several tours of the South of France and the Pyrenees. The car has now covered a total of 68000 very enjoyable and trouble free miles.


Thanks to our client Mike and his MGTF, made by MGs new Chinese owners.  He also owns an MGA. 


This is Rob McAleenan's MG Midget, reg. NEA 779P, owned for over 10 Years. When he purchased the car, it had been of the road for 10 Years. He spent 3 Years restoring it himself. What a beauty.

  Gordon Conolly proudly shows us his white MGB GT alongside his grandchildren who love riding in the car.



Thanks to Barry Hughes for these great photos of his black MGBGT which has been painstakingly restored by himself and a friend over 5 years using Leacy supplied parts - great job Barry! The interior in particular looks fabulous.

Marty Boysen MGAMarty Boysen MGBMarty Boysen from Michigan USA with 2 of the projects he is working on at his company Fabfarm LLC, a 1956 MGA and a 1972 MGB. 

The MGB has an interesting story, it was Marty's first car after he got his licence but he sold the car after a couple of years.  Marty rediscovered the car years later just before his son Nathan was able to learn to drive and he purchased it for Nathan as his first car.  The car is undergoing extensive restoration with the help of Leacy Classics, almost every new part for the restoration having been purchased from us.  Marty and Nathan visited Leacy Classics when they were in the U.K. in 2010 and were amazed at the 'Aladdin's cave' of parts they found when they toured our warehouse. Some of Marty's other projects can be seen in the Mini & Morris Minor galleries.

Robert Sherman BGT1Robert Sherman BGT2Robert Sherman BGT3 Robert Sherman in New Zealand is restoring this MG CGT with parts from Leacy Classics. From left to right, the car when he first purchased it, the car going off to the paint shop and the car after paint. Robert is the gentleman at the back of the car, he has promised further photos as the restoration progresses.

Nic Houslip is a regular customer who races his '78 MGB GT (Blue) Sprint car and his friend Dave's '57 MGA (Red) Sprint car. "Martin in the shop has been very helpful and as you are local to me from Solihull it is convenient to come pick up what I need". Nic also races his MG RV8 in Nightfire Red in competitions and track days and "sues them hard".

Sue and Tony Moseley are the proud owners of two MGs - MG Midget 1972 RWA, in Blaze and a 1973 MGB in Cinnabar Red (originally Harvest Gold). The MG Midget has a Roll Bar, “Perspex” wind deflector, walnut dash and steering wheel. Powermax electronic ignition and red rotor arm, stainless steel exhaust and manifold. Fitted with grey cloth seats from MGF (the map pockets on the back invaluable) in 2011. half tonneau cover and good hood. Also has a passenger parcel shelf and a useful net pocket in passenger footwell. She has been on a number of club runs in the Midlands and Cheshire, as well as the Snowdon Run organised by the Llandudno MGOC. They have taken her to France twice for the Circuit Historique in Laon and twice to the Fest Jazz in Chateauneuf du Faou Brittany. On all occasions stays were extended to form a holiday touring parts of the regions. In November 2010 she was on the MG Owners Club stand at the NEC for the Classic Car Show and the local South Staffs club stand at Stoneleigh in February 2012.

In February 2013 the 1973 MGB was on the South Staffs Owners Stand at the MG Spares Show at Stoneleigh but is currently receiving some tlc to bring her up to scratch.

Mark Hughes from Essex, England kindly sent us photos of his 1959 Iris Blue MGA Roadster. His car was featured in the October 2011 edition of Enjoying MG magazine.

Bill Johnson from Nova Scotia, Canada is doing a full restoration of his 1973 MGBGT. Here Bill has just received the car back from the paintshop



Mihály Mészáros sent us this picture of his gorgeous MGB GT against the equally gorgeous backdrop of Budapest where he lives. Mihály tells us he purchased his car on eBay about three and a half years ago, it's original registration was SWT 789M.