MG Car Club on display at Bicester classic car show

(Left) MG Car Club members, John Inness from Abingdon with his 1970 MGB Roadster and (back) Dick Skinner from Kidlington with his 1937 MGVA with (right) Chris Pledge, farm shop manager at Bicester Avenue Garden Centre.
(Left) MG Car Club members, John Inness from Abingdon with his 1970 MGB Roadster and (back) Dick Skinner from Kidlington with his 1937 MGVA with (right) Chris Pledge, farm shop manager at Bicester Avenue Garden Centre.

Proud owners displayed some immaculate classic sports cars at the MG Car Club’s fourth annual show in Bicester on Sunday.

The show, at Bicester Avenue Garden Centre, included MGBs, Midgets, T-Types and the latest MG6.

Adrian Drake, garden centre manager, said: “It was a good opportunity to see these treasured cars and to meet the people who own them.”

The MG Car Club was created by the MG company in 1930 and has been supporting owners ever since.

Its headquarters are located near the original MG assembly line in Abingdon, which closed in 1980.

The club organises social meets, classic tours and race meetings, and attends shows across the country.