SEDGEFIELD NEWS - MG owners showcased their pride and joy at the 90th anniversary of MG cars at the Mosaic Outdoor Market in Sedgefield on Saturday, which drew classic-car experts and enthusiasts from all over the Garden Route.
The public was invited to vote for the best car and it was Bo Giersing's 1958 MGA Twin Cam Coupe that claimed the title.
Among the cars on show were the 1967 MG Midget of Peter Morse, the 1946 MG TC of Peter Vandas and the 1929 MG Type of Bruce Henderson - the latter also marking the oldest MG in the country.
Enthusiasts came in numbers and had the opportunity to chat with the owners of these classic cars. Speaking to Knysna-Plett Herald, Henderson, who is the chair of the MG Car Club South Cape, said the year models ranged from 1929 to 2005.
"The celebrations were a success as people from George, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay came to see the show. Usually, we have our cars on show in the Knysna Motor Show, but because of Covid-19, it was cancelled this year. We are pleased with this year's attendance," he said.
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