Lost and Found

Our Lost and Found section allows enthusiasts world-wide to trace their old MGs. The list can be filtered by model, or you can search for specific words. If you would like to add an entry to this page Click here or if have any queries, please contact our Editorial Team

1 Mar 2021

I am trying to locate the MGB I owned in 1971. I believe it to still be in use and would love to see it or purchase it if for sale. Pas.70@aol...

1 Mar 2021

Black, restored in late 1960's. Any information please contact via email, peter.creasy46@icloud.com

1 Mar 2021

White MGB GT, initially purchased second hand in Sheffield areaand brought down to South-East London. Please contact if you have any information,...

1 Mar 2021

I used to own this car in the early 1990's, but sold it around 1983. It was a RHD Wimbledon White 1275, with factory wire wheels at that time, anyone know of its...

1 Mar 2021

I acquired this MGB in 2017. Any information from former keepers etc would be greatly appreciated. burtybasset52@aol.com

1 Mar 2021

Originally Old English White but colour changed to Mineral Blue. It was featured in Enjoying MG in the 1980's following a restoration. It may have been a press car early...

1 Mar 2021

Purchased in 1989 . Currently being restored. Originally British Racing Green but the Heritage certificate states Tarten Red. The car was first registered in Stoke on Trent by...

1 Mar 2021

Would liek to know more information on the car. stevelowings@gmail.com

1 Mar 2021

Wondering what became of my MGA. I owned it in the early 70's. a4myf2001@yahoo.co.uk

1 Mar 2021

Teal blue, chrome bumpers. Would like to know more information. gillandoliver@gmail.com

1 Mar 2021

Any information regarding it's 2016 rebuild would be greatly appreciated. daftpr@gmail.com

1 Mar 2021

I was the first owner and would very much like to find out where she is now. Would consider purchasing if/when next for sale. j....

1 Mar 2021

I’ve owned this car for four years, but can’t trace it’s history before 1995. I would be grateful for any information about it’s past life. Thanks in advance,...

1 Mar 2021

My Father bought this car for me on completing my engineering apprenticeship in November 1969. It was in primrose yellow, according to DVLA MOT records it’s now green. I would...

1 Mar 2021

1974 MG Midget in Citroen yellow. I sold the car from Cardiff in 2007/2008 and I believe it went to a farm. Please contact, ben.goman@...

1 Mar 2021

I owned this car for ten years and sold it in the mid-90's to a gentleman from Cumbria. I'd dearly like to know if it still survives. Please email,...

1 Mar 2021

White MG BGT. This used to belong to my father, who has sadly died. I would like to know if it is still loved, and if it is for sale? If anyone knows of its whereabouts please...

1 Mar 2021

Green MGB GT. I would like to know more information. Please email, chrishayes2710@icloud.com

1 Mar 2021

I bought this car new and still have the original invoice and pictures if the current owner is interested. It was fitted with a speedwell monza bonnet before I sold it in about...

1 Mar 2021

It was my first car which I bought in the mid 60's for £75 when at Southampton University. I sold it two years later. It was light blue with red TR2 seats. I would love to...

1 Mar 2021

I owned this car from early to the late-eighties. I had many great times in it and would love to know its condition and location now. Please contact,...

1 Mar 2021

We have just bought this car and would love to know if there are any previous owners out there. The car is now green but it appears to have been blue in a past life. Any...

1 Mar 2021

Does anyone know where my old car is? I would love to see it again. Please contact John Croft on 01691 828850 if you know where it is.

1 Mar 2021

1975 Citroen green/yellow roadster. Any information greatly appreciated, jeffexplor35@googlemail.com

15 Feb 2021

I currently own this 1970 MGB GT now. I'm interested in previous history. It is now glacier white and has had some work done by its many previous owners. I would be very...

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