MG Motor Australia is proud to announce the return of MG Show and Shine, supporting Australian Red Cross. The month-long event celebrates the rich heritage and bright future for the MG brand and shines a spotlight on the many fascinating stories behind the cars and their owners.

Open to entries from 15th September - 15th October 2021, our owner's participation will not only help us to showcase the wide range of MG vehicles in Australia, but also help contribute to a worthy cause with each submission equalling a donation to Australian Red Cross.

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See our latest 2021 submissions here:

MG3, 2021

I’ve only had her for a few months, and I’ve been lockdown the whole time, so our daily 5km drives to the beach and back have been the best! I can’t wait to take her on a long road trip to Adelaide.

MGB, 1970

Only one memory, impossible! It started with a dream, two years finding the right one and then experiencing the feeling my MGB better known by some as 'Making Grins Bigger'. Just driving a classic on a sunny day, roof down enjoying the humming from the exhaust and bystanders waving as you drive, yeah!

MG HS, 2021

Favourite memory: driving through puddles on a stormy night!

MGF, 1999

I’ve owned my MG-F since new, over the years I’ve really enjoyed this little MG roadster and it’s timeless design. Recently I converted my MGF to 100% electric, the first of it’s type in Australia. It’s always been a fun little roadster to drive and now it gets juiced up via solar at home.

MGB MKII and BL, 1968

Favourite memory: my first drive - through the forest to Grants Picnic Ground, Kallista. I restored my MGB myself having found it on Gumtree 5 years earlier. Parked in a garage for 18 years it was filthy dirty and had rusty floors. It was a lot of work to restore it, but that first drive made it all worthwhile!

MGB Rubber Bumper Roadster, 1975

Favourite memory: spending 5 years restoring my favourite car.

MGB MKII, 1969

My father has had his MGB since he was 23 now 57 and still gives him a smile on his face his MG was the car I learnt to drive in. It’s a very fun car to drive I’ve completed overhauled the suspension myself and love the MGB.

MG TD, 1950

Owing one and driving the MG looking down the bonnet and seeing 2 big headlights and the fresh air.

MGA Roadster, 1961

My best memory was the feeling of utter joy on my drive home in the MGA after purchasing it.

MG TC, 1948

TC6173 was assembled by my Father & I, with the help of many friends. Unfortunately my Father passed in May, and never saw it registered and on the road - a task my son and I performed.

MG Midget MK3,1967

My Midget was a 50th birthday present (total surprise) from my wife, my favourite memory was the first time I saw it coming around the corner on the back of a truck. She had arranged the purchase, had her father go on a test drive, and arrange transport from the Gold Coast to Cairns without me knowing.

MGB GT, 1973

Favourite memory: When I finished restoring the car after many years in the shed and took it for a drive to the coast .

MGB MKI, 1966

Getting in the car and travelling back to my youth, in the 60s

MG ZS T, 2020

My first ever brand new car

MGB MKII and BL, 1958

Fun car that allows the wind to blow through one's hair (if you have any). Vehicle features include automatic transmission, booster brakes, power steering, Weber carby & mild cam and is fitted with a roll bar. Very comfortable touring car.

MGA Roadster, 1958

Driving of country roads, especially gravel or limestone roads like the car was built for.

MGR V8, 1994

A great drive with the MG Car Club from Sydney to Wollombi in the lower Hunter when the weather was terrific, top down and a "conga line" of MG's of all types snaking through the back roads.

MG ZS T, 2020

Favourite memory: Just cruzing the beaches with the roof open

MGB GT, 1967

Favourite memory: Driving my MGB GT down the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.

MG TF, 1954

Peter rebuilt ‘Ruby’ over 11 years ago and we’ve had so many memorable moments going on MG Car Club runs over the years.

MG TC, 1948

Growing up as a Teenager I first saw an MG TC in a Car Yard for sale. I loved its sleek lines, a piece of art, it looked fast just sitting there and to this day it still has those proportions that make it worthy of belonging in an Art Gallery.

MGF, 2003

Cold crisp mornings and warm sunny days are ideal for taking the MG out for a run.

MG ZS T, 2020

Favourite memory: Taking my ZST on her first road trip after having her for 11 months, absolutely impressed with the the way it handled the mountains.

MG3, 2020

Favourite memory: When I passed the Vort test to get my provisional drivers license in my own car (2020 MG3) it made it all the more better as I achieved a 97% as my final result.

MG3, 2020

Being new to the MG family is amazing! And what a way to join, buying the MG3 as my first ever car has been an amazing experience and can’t wait to grow with MG over the years!

MG ZS EV, 2021

My proudest moment was when I was handed the keys to my electric car I have never owned a brand new car I am 70 years old and doing my bit for the environment I just love it . Thank you MG

MGR V8, 1994

My best MG memory is driving the Great Ocean Road to Lorne on a warm summers day.

MG3, 2021

The day I picked up my new MG3 on Saturday 3rd July 2021 is a day I’ll never forget as at the age of 55. It’s the first car I’ve had that’s my own and I absolutely love it.

MG HS, 2021

Getting my MG Blacked out really finished off such a beautiful car.

MGB MKII and BL, 1970

I had a yellow 1965 MGB when I was a teenager and subsequently crashed it. I had many memories of those good times. Forward eight years later and I am re-living that dream, having recently purchased a 1970 blue MGB. I am now somewhat older, possibly wiser, but living the dream!

MGB MKII and BL, 1968

My very first car and have owned since 1972 and since restored it

MGA Roadster, 1959

I have always loved MG's. I finally got my first MG in 2018, a 1965 MGB roadster in red. I have now owned three of these classic vehicles. I also have a teal blue 1970's MGB GT, which is such a cool and reliable little car. My favourite however is my 1959 MGA roaster in Brooklyn Green, pictured here

MGA Roadster, 1957

Favourite memory: Bringing it home for my wife as her first Mother’s Day gift in the early 80s but secretly knowing it was really for me! 40 years later and our children still love being in the MG as much as I do.

MGA Coupe, 1959

We bought the MGA Coupe from a deceased estate. It had been dismantled but the body shell had been repainted in the factory colour Mineral Blue. Peter spent many hours rebuilding it which was a labour of love but all the more difficult because he hadn’t pulled it apart. It was a great jigsaw puzzle.

MG Saloon, 2004

The last of the cars designed and built in England, the ZT Two Sixty has all the style and panache reflecting its true British heritage with all the power and legs of a lazy American V8, in this case the 4.6 litre single overhead cam Modular V8 as used in the Mustangs of the period. Awesome

MG HS, 2020

Favourite memory:  Current memory watching the wife collect her new HS, she was so excited and overwhelmed. But my memories go back to my MGA, and now our 2 x HS are making new memories each day.

MGB MKII and BL, 1970

Favourite memory: Driving on my favourite road, roof off and my son with me. It doesn’t get any better.

MGA Roadster, 1956

After rebuilding my son his MGB, it inspired me to build this MGA. An absolutely stunning car and always gets comments on its classic styling.

MGB MKI, 1967

We purchased this car back in June in Sydney. It was great until we attempted to drive her back to Adelaide via Broken Hill. Was doing well even managed a couple of laps around Mt Panorama. Unfortunately, we seized a bearing halfway and had it trucked home in the end. Bring on the engine rebuild :)

MGB MKI, 1963

First drive age 23, 28 yrs ago. The feeling of cornering, the whine of the transmission in second just before changing into third for the first time and the smell of warm oil. Love at first sight

MGB MKI, 1964

As a kid I always loved the shape and look of the MGB. My uncle had a beautiful red MGB when I was growing up and my Dad always used to tell me about the MGB's that he and Mum had before I was born. I knew when I was older and could afford one I had to have one. This black 1964 MGB was the first one.

MGF, 2003

Whilst many memories are still to be made, having the opportunity to park under a 747 I know will be one of the best.

Pre-war MG, 1934

I've owned MG's almost all my life. This car is my 1934 P-type originally imported as a chassis and bodied by CFS Aspinall & Sons of Armadale. It is supercharged and has a Preselector gearbox and is unbelievably fun to drive. (Photo by Robin Page).

MGF-(F and TF ), 2004

Searching for winding roads going nowhere, just for the fun of the wind in my hair and sun on my face.

MG TD, 1951

Discovered on a farm in 1980 used for herding sheep. It was all original so I dismantled and full restoration over 5 years.

MG TF, 1954

Nothing like the fun of a Motokhana.

MG rolling chasis, 1954

Slowly getting there! Bare metal restoration.

MG racing, 1948

Favourite memory is every race meeting driving a rare Historic MG, the amount of joy the car brings to both young and old with is 67 years of racing history is amazing - keeping it alive for history of the car and the brand is a humbling feeling to be apart MG and Australian Motor Racing History.

MG3, 2021

This year I brought 'GRLKND' to life, a small charity reducing the national youth suicide rate. My best memories in my MG3 include morning drives to schools, buzzing with excitement. I've got the number plates to match, and roped my Mum into the MG3 life - family who drive together, strive together.

MG TD, 1953

Favourite memory: my 1953 TD on the first drive out after a 12 month overhaul and engine rebuild. I have owned and driven the TD for over 50 years, in the UK, Europe and now WA.

MGA Roadster 1500, 1959

I have always wanted an MGA so I am so thrilled to have been able to purchase this beautiful car recently. 

MG TB Special, 1939

I've been living with MGs all my life thanks to my dad's wacky interest in them. This car, a 1939 TB special in the style of the iconic 1934 MGK3, is his latest restoration and I love it. I'm allowed to drive it and take it on the race track. It is absolutely awesome!

Best MG RV8, 1995

What I love about my RV8 is that you can enjoy a luxury classic drive during the week and participate in Club sporty activities on the weekend.

MG TF, 2003

Favourite memory: picking up my MG TF and driving it from Sydney. Only has 26,500 kilometers on the clock.

MG RV8, 1995

Favourite memory: driving around Port Phillip Bay, meeting a friend with his MGB sharing lunch and then the ferry across to Sorrento and home. Top down all the way.

MG HS, 2020

Favourite memory: road tripping up the coastline from Brisbane through the Sunshine Coast through to Noosa Heads. Having fish and chips out of the boot whilst watching the waves roll in.

MG ZST, 2021

Favourite memory: getting to drive my MG ZST for the first time out of the dealership!

MGB, 1964

My best memory would be on the 13th December 2010, the day I purchased my MGB from a gentleman in Bundaberg Queensland. I flew from Newcastle to pick it up. I drove to Brisbane on the first day and then the remainder to Newcastle the next, the car didn't miss a beat all the way!

MG TD Special, 1949

My MG TD special was re-bodied in aluminium by a Melbourne competitor in the late 60's. It has since been campaigned successfully at many circuits around Australia.

MG TC, 1948

My favourite MG memory is my grandfathers MG TC #4459 purchased in 1964 as a restoration project. It then passed to my father in the 90s, then to me in 2015 and eventually my daughter will be next. The story began in 1948, but it will never end. 

MG Midget, 1964

Favourite memory: touring the East Coast of Tasmania in my '64 Midget with my future wife. This was not long after a mammoth restoration, as the Midget is my first car and had been my daily driver for many years.

MGPA, 1934

My best memory with our 1934 MGPA special is flying around the Victoria park street circuit in Adelaide at the Adelaide Motorsport Festival along side some classic open wheelers and other vintage race cars.

MGB Racing, 1964

I started taking part in competition driving 5 years ago. To date, the highlights have definitely have been taking part in Albany Classic Round, The Houses and Northam Flying Fifties. In my first year 2018, driving the Albany Classic regularity, I ‘won’ 2 of the races”. 

MG ZS, 2020

My favourite memory is from the day I drove it away from the car yard for the 1st time. It was so comfortable and had that new car smell.

MG TF, 1955

The MG TF. Was found as a barn find in the 1970s . Restoration to save the TF was commenced in 2010 and completed in 2011 . The car always draws a crowd when parked on a club run .

MG Midget, 1969

Refusing the historic plates, and choosing to enjoy this timeless beauty with others every day of the year! Wind in hair, conversations across coastlines, smiles and waves across every street corner and through every twisting beachside road - sharing the love and passion behind this magic machine!

MG TC, 1949

My best memories are still being made every time I take my beautiful old 49 TC out. Whether it’s an MG club meet up, giving her a DIY day spa detail, tinkering around under the bonnet, or just a Sunday drive around the Gold Coast hinterland with my little dog Leo as my passenger. I LOVE my TC!

MG RV8, 1995

MG's turn heads no matter where you are. The look, the sounds for the smell are unique.

MG ZS T, 2020

My favourite MG memory is taking my three children for their first ride in Ruby and opening the sunroof to hear their squeals of joy. Love at first sight.

MG HS, 2020

Favourite memory: picking up our family MG HS from Gold Coast MG. It has been a delight to drive and we will be looking at getting another new MG soon! The debate on which MG will be the tough decision. Either way, we will be back to meet the team to discuss. Just look at the beautiful front of our MG HS.

MG HS, 2020

I saw this bad boy on the highway. Since that moment I wanted to test drive. After doing so a month later, I felt this car's performance, style, features and price combined will awake even the laziest of mankind.

MGB MKII, 1971

I have a 1971 MGB Roadster, restored in 2000 with a full bare metal restoration. It is my pride and joy that I love taking out on club runs, providing it is dry weather. When I do take the car out it is usually with my passenger, a golden retriever. I also have an MG6, which is my daily drive.

MG ZST, 2021

Favourite memory: completing my customisation of my ZST with 20" hussla savage wheels, black MG badging, shadow chrome Trophy on each side plus ZST badge and smoked tail lights and dark tinted windows.

MG ZS T, 2021

Best safety features with a competitive price! I am loving my MG ZST Core..

MG3, 2020

Favourite memory: I love my MG3 and driving over to see my friends at Bronte Beach. Looking forward to cruising down to the beach again in summer and loading up my MG3 with the picnic, sun block and towels.

MGB MKII and BL, 1968

Favourite Memory: Preparation to export my 1968 MGB to Australia when my wife and I emigrated from the UK in 2018. The car was tested for asbestos by a UKAS approved testing company. This resulted in the exhaust manifold being replaced. The car was picked up for shipping and delivered to our new home in Corlette NSW.

MG ZS EV, 2021

Love driving my ZS EV knowing I’m doing my little bit for the environment.

MGB MKI, 1964

It’s never too early to drive an MG. The grand kids just love my Mk I 1964 MGB. I bought this car nearly thirty years ago as a beat up paddock basher. It took me a few years of love and hard work to do a bare metal restoration to bring it to its present reliable condition.

MGF, 1997

I have owned my 1997 MGF VVC since 2003 and have enjoyed many years of successful competition and concourse wins (incl at Nat Meets). My car was the third MGF registered in NSW after their release in 1997, and I was surprised to find that it had been built on the 15th January, which is my birthday.

MGB MKII, 1970

In 1983 I bought a 1970 MG MGB Mk 11 in Primose Yellow and had a lot of work done to bring up it up to pristine condition including having it completely resprayed in a match perfect Primrose Yellow. Such a great roadster.

MG ZS, 2018

Favourite memory: driving out of the dealership and showing it off to my parents, which made them buy one as well. Mine is black and dad has a blue one!

MGA Roadster 1600, 1960

Favourite memory: touring Europe and NZ in the MGA. I've done it twice now, and looking forward to the next one in 2025!

MG TC, 1948

I have had MGs since I was 18. My first MG was a red 1948 MG TC. 50 odd years later, I still have one in concourse condition. It is supercharged with a 1952 period Judson supercharger.

MG HS, 2020

We love Big Red! Comfortable and easy to drive, and it gets lots of attention!

MG racing, 1972

Favourite memory: getting together with MG Car Club friends at Rob Roy Hillclimb track which is operated by the Victorian MG Car Club.

MGB MKI, 1967

My best memories are the eight or nine days tours with Sydney MG Car Club. Driving outback in our beautiful country. Wonderful friends visiting interesting venues and landmarks. MG memories that'll last a lifetime. What could be better?

MGA Roadster 1500, 1958

My favourite memory is when my dad and I restored this little beauty together. Now that my dad has passed away, every time I look or drive my MGA, wonderful memories come flooding back.

MG TC, 1948

Favourite memory: top down driving through the outer reaches of Sydney (Hawkesbury, Blue Mountains). Smelling the scents of the country side, sensing the cool air, feeling the wind and hearing the engine noises and feeling the road. Image 1 personifies all of this and shows my 93 year old father driving my 73 year old MG TC.

MG ZS T, 2021

Our favourite moment is getting the keys to our new MG ZST Essence and rolling out of the showroom in our new car. Our family has not had a new car for years.

MG ZST, 2021

My favourite memory was when I purchased the car and drove it home.

MG HS, 2021

I love driving my MG HS! So smooth to drive, so much space and the safety tech is amazing.

MGB MKII (1968- 1974), 1969

I was born into MG! But after 28 years, my best memory was at 40 my dad finally forgiving me for almost crashing his MG at 17 and finally getting to drive my (dads) car with him driving our other MGB down Yarra Valley with roof off, listening to road to nowhere. Now we have added a new MG3 to the family.

MGB Rubber Bumper Roadster (1975-1980), 1977

Favourite memory: opening the garage door on a sunny Saturday morning, warming up the 1800cc engine, stowing the soft roof behind the seats and deciding where to drive. One of my favourites is from the mountains to the lake to enjoy a picnic, then slowly make the way home in the afternoon.

MGB (racing), 1968

My favourite memory would be sharing my MGB with my son, Matthew, as we contested many hill climbs and super sprints with the car.

MG TC, 1948

MG TD, 1951

My best memory is being driven in an MG by my Uncle when I was about 8 to an air show where I got to “fly” a Spitfire and meet Battle of Britain pilots. I was given an officers hat which I wore when driving with the roof down through the country lanes.

MGA Roadster, 1960

My favourite memory is driving my MGA along country roads in the area around the ACT with the top down and a line of MGs from the local Club strung out before me and in the rear view mirror.

MGA Roadster, 1959

I happened to be driving behind an MGA and an AH in Sydney one day. I immediately fell in love with the MGA. 4 years later, I was the proud owner of my Ivy.

MGF (F and TF ), 2002

There are just too many great memories in the Marque of Friendship to identify a single occasion.

MG TF, 1954

Winning motorkana events in Trangie 1961 beating supercharged MGA .

MG Midget, 1971

Bracing mid-winter runs up through the Adelaide Hills with roof down, the heater cranked up, the crackle of the exhaust on the overrun into a sweeping bend and your partner by your side. Can't think of a better way to spend a day!

MG3, 2020

I thought to myself, the MG has a sexy reputation. How am I going to give my new little MG3 the sex appeal of MGs in bygone days? New model (the car) old model (me). Was a tongue in cheek photo shoot and a load of fun, just like driving the cheeky little MG3 - lots of fun.

MG3, 2020

I’ve had my car for almost a year and have had so many amazing moments! I’ve driven Maggie all the way from Perth to Sydney and had so many great times along the way! I think my favourite moment was driving the Great Ocean Road. I always feel safe in my MG, even on such long drives. I love my car!

Supercharged MG TC Special, 1949

MG is the marque of friendship. Driving anywhere in a classic MG is pure joy and brings a smile to the face.

MG ZS, 2019

Our MG has taken us over 1,300kms to visit loved ones. The ZS didn’t skip a beat and we drove through a massive hail storm too!

MG TF (1500), 1955

Having rested in a shed for 37 years, this TF (1500) is the last of the famous T series cars and deserved to be given a new life. It is a regular on weekends-away and Club runs and always features at the Club displays.

MG ZS T, 2021

Favourite memory: the arrival of my black ZST Excite on a car carry to my house for delivery, and thinking is that really mine. Then taking the black beauty for the first drive and being amazed by the whole driving experience which keeps on getting better every time we drive. I’m in love!

MG HS, 2020

Our son arrived in the world and our car was born too. For us, 2 babies in year. That's how special this car is. We blessed this car the Korean way for safety, poured rice wine on the tyres. This car has already given us so many happy memories on road trips. Lucky us!

MG3, 2018

I was sitting in Maccas with friends when my phone rang: 'Kath you have won an MG!'
I thought it was a prank and hung up twice! My mum answered them on the 3rd call and IT was real, I had won an MG3 from John Hughes and had forgotten I entered a competition. UNREAL!

MG3, 2020

Favourite memory: picking up my brand new MG3!

MGA Roadster 1600 Mk11, 1962

I have just realised a 40 year dream. I fell in love with this beautiful little car in 1981 (MGA). I have been completely obsessed ever since. This year I managed to purchase my's stunning and I couldn't be happier.

MG ZS, 2018

I bought my MG ZS in 2018. What I love about my SUV is it still looks ultra modern 3 years later. It also will look modern in 5 years time. I had a Nissan X-Trail before my MG and I thought that was my favourite car until I bought my MG. I have nicknamed my car JET because while it's a 1.5L, it runs.

MG ZS T, 2021

My favourite memory is the moment I picked my new baby from the show room floor! The shine, the big red bow - it was all so magical! The team at Cranbourne MG were fabulous and even allowed my dog to enjoy the experience with me since after all, the upgrade was for all the adventures we'd be going!

Pre-war MG Replica, 1925

This is our Replica of old Number 1 (1925). Restored by my Father in Law. It resides in Canberra with his family and is used regularly.

MG ZS EV, 2021

Having received my new MG ZS EV in lockdown, with a 5km travel zone, it was awesome on Tuesday to have to drive out for work. Roof open, sun shining … fabulous fun!

MGB MKI (1962-1967), 1963

My first MGB. Photographed in December 1965 as I prepared to visit my girlfriend who subsequently became (and still is) my wife. 

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