The MGOCOC was formed in
2003 to serve the growing
needs of the MG enthusiast in China. With the growing
popularity of car ownership in China and particularly MG's, we felt
there was a need for a national Club to represent the needs of
assisting the MG owner in China. Membership has grown to 3 million making
it the world's largest single marque car club.
Fong Chen (Thomas Fu) begins this
first update with his vintage 1/43
scale Corgi MGB GT.
This is the original issue complete with the little black
just finished building the 1/18
with working headlights. There is much more detail added
to this beauty......check out his article for all the details.
us with this old 1/43
This was an early offering from Dinky Toys. Sadly with
the later release of the Corgi MGB's with the diamond
headlights and wire wheels, the Dinky MGB's didn't sell well.
dropped by with a complete article on his1/18
scale Trumpeter '69 MGC
Ming spent much time on this one as he converted the '73 MGB
Gt kit to this earlier '96 MGC....complete with the 6 cylinder
engine which is a resin unit.
Lau is here
with his 1/18
scale Trumpeter '73 MGB GT.
Andy has been waiting a long time for this release with the
honey comb grill and once he got his hands on it....he had it
built in 3 weeks.....complete with engine wiring.
Lim is here
with a photos of his vintage and un-restored 1/43
Dinky Toys MF Midget.
I'm not sure how old this one is....but it's old......good to
see it still has the windscreen, driver and steering wheel.
here with his just completed Abingdon
Classics 1/43 scale MGB GT V8.
Although this out of production model wasn't made as a V-8,
Paolo took the opportunity to convert his to a V-8 by adding
the necessary badges.
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