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 Sacramento Valley MG Car Club

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SVMGCC Member's Cars

Geoffrey Locquenutte's daily driver for 65 years

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Gary & Beverly Hoss' 1977 MGB on Echo Summit. "Sweetheart" hasn't found a mountain she can't climb.
Corey Hogue's '77 MGB on the Carmel 17 Mile Drive.
Brian & Jane Sonner's 1948 MGTC. Restoration was completed in July 2010, under the guidance of Lawrie Alexander. The car is a daily driver and I average 6000 miles per year on it. I have no problem driving 65 MPH on the freeway for extended trips. These are REAL cars.
This 1979 MGB is Jane Sonner's daily driver
Jack and Mimi Bank's 1968 MGB. An "old faithful" daily driver.
Gary Kennedy's 1955 MGTF 1500, frame off Restoration.
Best in Show Jack London MG Car Show 1999.
Best "T" Series Dixon Car Show 1999.
Valerie Howard Hogue's 1957 MGA before restoration started.  
Another of Valerie's cars. This 1970 MGB was her first car and is in storage until she decides it's time to restore it.
Jim & Lindsay's newly restored 1971 MGBGT
Jim & Lindsay's 1968 MGB Roadster
Paul Lewis' 1978 MG Midget.   I purchased my 1978 MG Midget brand new on August 10th 1978, from British Motors of Sacramento. You will see on the attached new car delivery sheet, that the signature for the buyer and the signature of the British Motors Rep are the same. That is because at that time I was working in new car sales at British Motors. So in fact I had sold this new car to myself.
Jennifer Caldwell's 1952 MGTD containing her father and nephews.
Paul & Bonnie D'Andrea's 1975 MGB
Cathy and Keith Yarbrough own this 1950 MGTD RHD. It was an export model (probably Australia) I know for fact the restoration on it is well over 30 years old because I drove this exact car in the '80's. The gal that restored this car was a friend of a friend and she sold it to an auction company in Arizona and I bought it from a gentleman who bought it for his wife from an auction company in Arizona. I've owned it since 1996. The car's name is Maggie Mae.
Russ and Colleen Williams' 1969 MGC GT, which was purchased in 1998 as a basket case in box's, is now fully restored. Russ fitted it with 3 carbs and dual exhaust.
Russ and Colleen Williams' have owned their 1966 MGB since 1979. Russ says, "It was my daily driver while I worked at Pacific Bell and never made me late or stranded".
Lawrie and his lovely wife, Jane, with their 1949 TC and 1978 MGB
Mike and Liz Curtis have a 2 liter engine in this beautiful '74 MGB. They also own several other Bs and an MGA.
 Dan & Alma Paige with their 1958 MGA Roadster
John Redmond - I bought this car in 1962. It served me during my last year in school, through a hitch in the Air Force and on into my marriage. After major breakdown about 20 years ago, I couldn't bring myself to sell it though I had neither time to funds to do anything with it. Eventually, I did start the restoration and the task was finished in August 2006 and this picture is at a show in Santa Rosa in September
Carl & Keli Gwyn's yellow 1968 MGB