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     Hi Does anyone know of a parts/info store in Florida for Migi.

    And I am looking for a club, help.

    Thanks Bob

    Paul Mossberg


    Hi Migi….

    You won’t find any “parts stores” per se for kit parts. But the best source for parts for any MG TD replica is MG Magic.

    If you would like to subscribe to their email mailing list, send an email to kitcar@earthling.net with the word subscribe in the subject

    Other contact info:

    Brad Anderson

    MG Magic Inc., An ASPAC Inc Company

    5722 S. Flamingo Rd., #300

    Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33330

    Phone: 954-680-2010

    Fax: 954-680-0122Brad Anderson


    Paul Mossberg
    Former Owner of a 1981 Classic Roadsters Ltd. Duchess (VW)
    2005 Intermeccanica Roadster

    If you own a TDr and are not in the Registry, please go to https://tdreplica.com/forums/topic/mg-td-replica-registry/ and register (you need to copy and paste the link)



    great thank you. In Canada and can not find any clubs at all.




     I have a 82 Daytona Migi built on a vw 71 chasiss and 1600cc motor the body was built in delta bc canada assembled in rockford ont canada

    Serial #1017 Has 15,000Km on speedo

    Anybody know of any history on these cars

    I live in Ontario Canada

    Thank you for any help

    Dan Rosa


    -Bob  Welcome to our group .  this is the only club that i know of . there are a lot knowledgeable people that will point  you in the right direction , most of the manufacturers have long gone . But the good part is that parts are available for the donor car engine manufacturer, VW, Ford and chevy at all parts stores. body parts are harder to find but if you watch ebay they do come up for sale

    Good luck  Dan R

    Richard Wobby


    I have the shop manual for the volkswagen engines for that time period. Have you confirmed the year of your motor and floor pan. motor # can be found on the carburator stem and Pan # can be found generally under the seat stamped into the tranny access panel hole towards the front. I’ve got the book n adobe if youwould like it email me and I’ll send a disc. If anyone else wants itdo the same. I’ve found it quite useful. I have 66 thru 79. there might be acopyright problem thats why Frankie hasn’t posted them. Email and they’ll mysteriously show up in the mail. I have found J C Whitney, Mid america motor works, Moss motors and M G Magic all reliable sources. Moss is expensive as all getout.



    MG Magic and Brad are great people. I highly recomend using them

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