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                                             The Breed
                                         MG Car Club, Cape Town Centre, Suite 276, Private Bag X16, Constantia, 7848

 Issue 2006/11                                                                                               NOVEMBER 2006 a
             Club Officials 2006/2007
                                                                       FROM THE CHAIR
                       President                                                                             IN THIS ISSUE
                      Frank Peché                            The Cape Centres Gathering at
       Ph: 028 423-3018 ; Email:
                                                             Knysna was a very enjoyable and
                                                             relaxing event, in particular what       Cape Centres Form Page 5/6
                       Susan Tuck
                     Charles Batham
                                                             could be achieved by little organiza-
                                                             tion. This only relects all of the ef-   Classifieds                 11
                                                             fort that was extended by Ross & his
              Ralph Clarke and Brian Hogg
                                                             team. To them our thanks and ap-         Club Calendar               2
                       Chairman                              preciation. The event had a good
                       Roger Lewis                           balance between defined activities       Draft 2007 Calendar         4
                    Ph: 021-712-4806
                                                             and and plenty of own time for peo-
                 Honorary Secretary                                                                   Past Events
                                                             ple to share together without the
                    Margaret von Zeil                                                                 Lake Brenton                4
      Ph: 021-531-9370;           need to be rushed from one event to
                                                             the next.                                Roaring Forties             10
                 Honorary Treasurer
                  Mervyn Corbishley
   Ph: 082 824-5440; Email:         For Cape Town our challenge is go-       Minutes                     9
                  Social Secretariy                          ing to be sticking to the same bal-
                     Rosalie Plows                           ance between Activities and free
                   Ph 021 762 4748                           time for relaxation amongst our          Secretaries Corner           3
                                                             friends from near and far.
               Competition Secretary
                    James Reinhardt                          The single most important aspect
Ph: 082 821-9157; Email:
                                                             being the accommodation of the par-
                 Register Secretary                          ticipants in one venue where the ac-
                     Peter Napier                            cess to the participants is not
     Ph: 021-712-1552; Email:          blocked by a confined environment     It has been a busy month for all
          Editor / Publications Secretary                    such as hotel rooms.                  of us with Cars in the Bay—we
                      Rosalie Plows                                                                did extremely well with Cris
                Ph: 021-762-4748; Email:                     Thanks to James for keeping the       Champions car being “Car of
                                                             chair warm in my absence. Hope-       the Day”, the Cape Centres
                 Veterans’ Secretary                         fully he did such a good job that my  Gathering in Knysna which was
                      Jo Hitchcock                           absence wasn’t noticed.               enjoyed by all of those who at-
             Ph: 021-939-3803; 082-4461092
                      Ex Officio                             See you at the next meeting
                         Club PRO                                                                  The Veterans outing to the old
            Robin Rich - Ph/fax: 021 903-3426                                                Roger Cable Restorer was very relax-
                Membership Secretary                                                               ing, the view from the Restau-
        Hildegarde Rich – Ph/fax: 021 903-3426;
                                                                                                   rant was wonderful. We saw
                                                                                                   one of the new submarines and
                  Clubhouse Manager                                  REMEMBER THAT                 lots of other craft in the harbour.
          George Dommisse - Ph: 021 685-3489

             Mike Plows - Ph: 021 762-4748;                                                           From the articles received the
       Email:                  YOU NEED TO PAY                    Cape Centres Gathering was
                       Regalia                                                                        very enjoyable. Now that the
            June Stoddart—Ph 021 791 3343
                                                                                                      weather is warming up its time
                  Register Captains:                             YOUR SUBSCRIPTION                    to take your MG out, dust it off.
  MMM and T-Types: Joan Parker Ph: 021 671-8379
  Email:                                                                        Regards Rosalie
  MGA: George Davey 021 797 7954                                   BEFORE JANUARY
  MGB and Moderns: Peter James Ph: 083 448-2679
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This Month —November                     …...
         8      Wednesday          General Meeting at the Club House

         12     Sunday      Economy Run meet at the Engen garage at Constantia Village centre, to fill up
                            and be ready for a 9.30 departure. There will be lunch stop en route, and a re-
                            gathering at a refueling point, where participants will report their fuel consump-
tion.                       Just like last year, there will be a Lead Foot award. If you feel like driving your
                            MG with likeminded enthusiasts, but can’t face the thought of having the hood up
                            and windows or side screens to keep you toasty warm while you maintain a
                            steady 32 km/h over some beautiful Cape scenery, come along for the drive and
                            show us just how much of Arabia’s finest you can burn!
                            For more details please contact James Reinhardt on 082 0821 9157 or 021 975
                            1854(home) or email

         19     Sunday      BRITISH SPORTS CAR TOUR, will be meeting at the Winelands Engen 1-
                            stop at 10.00am. The route will go trhough Franschoek, over the Franschoek
                            Pass towards Theewaterskloof dam, turning right and going over the Viljoen’s
                            Pass into Grabouw and onto the Country Club. Maps will be provided to all at the
                            start of the run. Elgin Grabouw Country Club will be putting on a “Hawaiian” buf
                            fet for us, at a cost of R85 per head.

         30    Thursday     Veterans Our last outing for 2006! Lunch at Simonsvlei followed by a visit to the
                            information Centre at the new Berg River Dam. This visit had to be postponed
                            from October to November.We shall meet at the Engen-One-Stop on the N1 at
                            10.00 to depart at 10.45. From there we shall proceed to Simonsvlei for lunch at
                            appox 12.00. Simonsvlei is known for producing award winning wines from a
                            wide range of premium cultivars - a wine for every occasion, pocket and palate.
                            Contact Jo Hitchock 021 939 3803 or 082 4461092

next month – December …...

         6     Wednesday General Meeting at the Club House—NOTE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH

         10    Sunday       11hoo Christmas Family day . Bring and Braai and Show Day at 28 Drama
                             Street Somerset West (the home of Lorraine and Dieter Reck) Bring all the
                             family and all your MGs!!!. Show Day means exactly that—come and show your
                             MG to everyone—no matter its condition.
                             Bring your own food, salads, liquid refreshments etc, a chair or two an um
                             brella and sunblock. Only braai fires will be provided. Come along and enjoy a
                             braai in the company of friends. Father Christmas will be in attendance for the
                            “midgets”. Presents should be restricted to “small” ones. Dieter & Lorraine
                             Reck 021 8524277 or 083 2338437

and the next month—January 2007…….
          17    Wednesday   (PLEASE NOTE 3rd WEDNESDAY—GENERAL MEETING

         25     Thursday    Veterans—Bring and Braai—it is customary to start the year off with a Bring and Braai
                            preferably in the garden of a member’s home. A second option, but less popular, is to
                            gather at the clubhouse. All we need from a volunteer is the venue. This always turns out
                            to be a very happy occasion as everybody tries to come up to date with the latest after the
                            “long time no see”. I hope somebody will come forward to help us. Please bring to this
                            meeting new ideas for outings for 2007. Contact person Jo Hitchcok 021 939 3803 or
                            082 446 1092

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Change of email Address— Peter & Maureen James    Car Reg No CS4876

#1171 Graham & Linda Hibbin, 4 Ave Beaumont, Constantia. FM MGA
#1172 Sheila & William Clayden, Box 165, Greyton. CM MGB
#1173 Patrick Coyne, 25 Quarry Road, Fish Hoek. SM MGB’s
#1174 Eric Plant, 29 Woodside Road, Fish Hoek SM. MGB

CONGRATULATIONS: to John & Joyce Roy who have been members of our club for many years and who
now live on the Isle of Man. They celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on 2nd October. Well done
you two!!
TRIBUTE TO Theo Shepstone (Kwazulu Natal Member) passed away on the 12 june. His pride and joy
was a 1951 black MG TD which he bought in the early 70s. This TD is still in immaculate condition today
and is probably the best in SA and arguably in the world (see for Sale ad on page 11) Our thoughts go out
to Norma and family.

Birthdays—October                                            14     Viy James
21     Patric Coyne                                          18     Pam Green
25     Hildegard Rich                                        19     Stuart Leach
26     Douglas Peiser, Marilyn Poole                         21     Jean Mitchell
28     Leon Johnson                                          23     Chris Champion
29     Rita Heinze                                           24     Geoff Ballantyne
31     Dot Jack                                              25     Carole Engeldow
November                                                     26     Moira Peche, Barbara Warner
2      Penny Blackburn                                  29   Mavis Newman
3      Judy Ziervogel, Charmaine Ferreira               30   Barbara Flowers
5      Justin Hewitt                                    December
7      Arauna Wesson                                    4    Gordon Bruce
8      Mervyn Corbishley                                5    Jimmy Alexander
9      Harold Chapman
13     June Stoddart

 On the run to Hexpas express in August Marilyn and Keith Poole, celebrated the 70th birthday of their 1936 MG
 SA and toasted the old lady with champagne

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                            DRAFT MGCC CALENDAR FOR 2007

         17    General Meeting - 3rd Wednesday – Open Meeting.
         25    Veteran’s Run.
         3 – 4 Classic Car Show at Timour Hall
         10    David Piper Classic Car Racing at Killarney
         14    General Meeting
         12    Club Run – Normally Chairman’s Tea Run
         22    Veterans Run.
         18    John Skaife Run.
         29    Veterans Run.
         11    General Meeting.
         22    Breakfast Run
         26    Vets Run
         9     General Meeting
         13    MG/Sunbeam/Jaguar/Triumph/Morris Run
         31    Veterans Run.
         13    General Meeting.
         17    Club Run
         28    Veterans Run.
         11    General Meeting – Glu wein – normal.
         14/15 Normally - Mid winter Wine tour.
         26    Veterans Run.
         8     General Meeting
         12    Club Run – competitive event.
         30    Veterans Run.
         12    General Meeting.
         16    Brian Porter Rally.
         27    Veterans Run.
               Classics in the Bay ( Hout Bay charity car show)
         10    General Meeting – Normally Charity Auction.(11-14 Cape Centres Gathering, Kleinplasie,
                Oudtshoorn .
         25    Veterans Run.
         14    General Meeting.
         18    Economy Run.
         29    Veterans Run.
         5     General Meeting (1st Wednesday December) – Cheese and Wine
         9     Family Day/Show Day

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                                                       CAPE CENTRES GATHERING 2007

The members of the Cape Town Centre have pleasure in inviting you to experience the “Hospitable Klein
Karoo” at the gathering to be held at Kleinplaas in Oudtshoorn from Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th October

Details of the planned programme will be circularised well before the event.

 Kleinplaas, situated in the heart of the hospitable Klein Karoo, offers visitors 54 fully serviced chalets, with
the option of self catering or full bed & breakfast service. In addition there is a 4-star caravan park, a laun-
dry facility and a full size swimming pool.

 Apart from the famous Cango caves and Ostrich farms, there are numerous other activities and adventures
in the area.

 As accommodation is limited, the detachable form below should be submitted without delay together with
your deposit to the address given to avoid disappointment. Please note that the deposit is refundable if
you cancel up until 31 March 2007. The total cost of the gathering, for accommodation and evening din-
ners, is anticipated to be from R1550.00 per couple sharing. The cost for a single person is expected to be
from R1000.00. These costs are dependant upon the type of accommodation selected. Negotiations are
in progress for sponsorship which, if successful, could reduce the total cost per person. For types of ac-
commodation available, see over the page.


Member’s first (preferred) Name……………………….Surname………………………………….

Accompanied by………………………………………….Surname…………………………………

Postal address…………………………………… Tel No. (                           )……………………………….H

                …………………………………………                          (      )……………….………………B

                …………………………………………                           ……………………………………Mob

E-mail…………………………………………………..                                ……………………………………Fax

Type of accommodation requested if available……………………………………………………

DEPOSIT herewith @ R450.00 per registration.

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Crossed cheques payable to M G Car Club Cape Town Centre may be posted with your registration form
to the address below or you may deposit directly into the Bank account and attach the deposit slip.

Standard Bank of S A Ltd
Branch:          Pinelands
Branch code:     036-309
Account No.:     271157925
Account Name:    M G Car Club Cape Town Centre

It is important to enter the registering member’s name and initials on the deposit slip under reference.

Post registration form and cheque/deposit slip to:-

The Treasurer
M G Car Club Cape Town Centre
Suite 276                                             Fax 021 7943259
Private Bag X16                                       eMail

Types of accommodation and cost per night             Single      Double       3plus

Single room (3 only)                                  R191.00

Standard double room                                  R191.00     R327.00      R380.00

Lux double room                                       R231.00     R372.00      R425.00

2 Bedroom chalet (1 bathroom) (4-6 beds)              R570.00     R570.00      R570.00

 NB. The double rooms are classified as 4 sleepers, but they have 2 sleeper couches and only one bath-

The same applies to the 2 bedroom chalet – one bedroom with a double bed and the other with 2 singles.
Only one bathroom which will have to be shared.

All units are self catering and are complete with fridge & cooking utensils, crockery etc.

Breakfast is available at a cost of R47.00 per person.

ENQUIRIES:         Gerri Stevenson            082 4968713
                   Lucille Ten Oever          082 6952267         Fax 021 5578964
                   Stewart Woodcock           084 7027785
                   Mervyn Corbishley          082 8245440         Fax 021 7943259

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                          LAKE BRENTON “LAST FLING” 5TH TO 8TH OCTOBER

                                                                                                    By Robin Rich

This year we had an out of phase Cape Centres gathering. This was done to afford us the chance to enjoy
 Lake Brenton Holiday Resort before the developers take over. We have had numerous Cape Centre’s at
Lake Brenton, 1987 being the first one. The last one 19 years later was exceptionally enjoyable. This was
probably because fewer numbers were conducive to socialising and of course the very relaxed programme.
  To illustrate this, Saturday lunch time saw the ten Oever’s, Reck’s Champion’s, Greeenwood’s and the
   Rich’s having their lunch outside around a communal table. The memories were given free reign and
          amongst others Stan Purcocks was remembered with “Cheers, Stan, wherever you are”.
Getting to Lake Brenton was by one’s own arrangement. Some left Cape Town Wednesday morning to
sleep over at Calitzdorp. Ourselves, Philip and Jo Hitchcock and Tony and Liz Greenwood were to meet
at the N1 Winelands One Stop at 9:30. We were on our way when Jo phoned and told us their
“catastrophic” story. Their cat had some infection and had to be taken to the vet. This left us and Tony /
Liz to proceed. This we did at a leisurely pace. At Ashton we stopped for some refreshment and to allow
Philip and Jo to catch up. Lunch was at Barrydale at the Country Pumpkin. The rest of the Calitzdorp con-
tingent awaited us i.e. the ten Oever’s, Lock’s and later the Lewis’s.
About half way between Barrydale and Ladismith Chris Champion’s black Twin Cam appeared in my rear
view mirror. We were promptly (± 130 kmp) overtaken as was the rest of the convoy. The Wednesday
evening we all dined at Die Dorpshuis and enjoyed the lamb shank washed down by whatever wine was
bought locally.
Thursday morning we had an early breakfast and were on the road by 07:30. The reason for this was to
rather leisurely waste 2/3 hours in Knysna than waiting at Kaaimans Pass. In retrospect this was a good
decision. We were very lucky and apart from slower traffic drove through without having to wait.
George Davey was not so lucky. He and Margie had to wait 3 hours. At least he could clean and virtually
service the A while waiting. As usual members from Johannesburg, Norman and Pat Ewing, Alan Uzzell
and Denise Harvey could not miss the “Last Fling”. Thursday evening was an informal braai with ample
time to make new friends or acquaint old ones.
Friday morning was free with the down hill race only starting at 12:00. This was suppose to happen at the
tennis courts but was actually held in the Recreational Hall. Some believed it was held in the hall because
of the shade and comfort of the hall but let me put another angle to that.
Let me introduce you to another excellent idea Ross Lawson had. Since Thursday evening there were two
kegs of Michell's Draught (Bitter and Original) operated by “The Honest Barman”. This meant you helped
yourself and put the money in the jar provided. Worked very well!
The Downhill Race was won by Bill ten Oever with Derek Graham 2nd. Terry Estment won 1st prize for the
most authentic model with Derek Graham 2nd.
Friday evening saw us on the Paddle Steamer cruise for sundowners and supper. What a lovely experi-
ence. The supper can only be described as a 5-star buffet.
Saturday we had plenty of free time to do whatever we fancied. A lot of the members went to Sedgefield to
attend their Saturday morning market. Most enjoyable!
Saturday evening was prize giving and dance with the theme “Something spotted”. Dieter Reck was sport-
ing some conspicuous swastikas, Tony and Liz were in spotted T-Shirts hand crafted by Tony but had no
chance when George and Margie walked in. It was a concluded fact that they had to win. The end result
was George and Margie 1st prize and Tony and Liz 2nd prize in their matching spotted T-shirts.. Those who
remember Fred van der Linde and how he stole the show every year, remarked that he was giving the oth-
ers a chance.
Sunday morning saw some members hitting the road at sparrow’s fart.
Thank you again to Ross and Antoinette Lawson and their team for a MaGic event.

A young couple left the church and arrived at the hotel where they where spending the first night of their honeymoon.
They opened that champagne and began undressing
When the bridegroom removed his socks, his new wife asked, “What’s wrong with your feet? Your toes look all
mangled and wird. “I had tolio as a child,” he answered. “You mean polio?” she asked. “No, tolio. The disease only
affected my toes.”
When the groom took off his pants, his bride once again “What’s wrong with your knees? They’re all lumpy and de-
formed”. “As a child, I also had kneasles. “You mean measles?” She asked. “No Kneasles. It was a strange illness
that only affected my knees.”
The new bride had to be satisfied with this answer. As the undressing continued, her husband at last romed his under-
wear. “Don’t tell me,” she said. “let me guess….Smallcox.”
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                                                                                        Last Fling—Brenton—
                                                                                        Bill Ten Over’s car won
                                                                                        first place

 Mervyn Corbishly receiving his prize for “Tops” at the   Kwazula Indaba in May this year—note Cris Champions
 car in the back ground!!!

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                                   GENERAL MEETING—11TH OCTOBER 2006

Welcome—Robin Rich
Robin Rich welcomed all members & guests attending. Particular welcome to Mike Gough (MGF); Angela (Plows);
Renzo Chiaparelli; Craig Archbowl; Rudy Schats from the Cape Jaguar Drivers Club.

 Good wishes to Rosalie for a speedy recovery.

B Hogg; P Coyne; B & L ten Oever; F & M Peche; R Lewis; C Ferreira;
G Stevenson; J Parker & J Mullen; D & L Reck; R & H Clarke; D & E Hitchcock;
L Baird & M White;

Minutes of the General Meeting held on 13 September 2006:
Matters arising: Correction to minutes – Eric Plant gave his apologies for 13 Sept meeting
             Proposed by J Lock             Seconded by S Woodcock

Chairman’s Report (James Reinhardt pp Roger Lewis):
Comments from members who attended the Brenton “last fling” gathering from 5 –8 October report back
 that the event was “MAGIC”. Robin Rich gave a short summary of the events, which included a boat trip
on Friday night, visit to the Sedgefield Market; wine tasting and party. Congratulations to Cape Town
 Club members won all the prizes awarded, with Bill ten Oever’s car winning the downhill challenge,
Tony & Liz Greenwood the runners up in “spotted” competition and George Davey & Margie von Zeil
who won the “spotted” competition.

 Cape Centres Gathering 2007 details will be published in the Breed. Registration
fee is R450,00

Timour Hall Car Show is planned for 3-4 February 2007 as a two day event with pre- world war II and
post war cars split. The Club has provided comment on the event planning and is awaiting response.

Rudy Schats provided feed back on the Multi Car Club run to Ceres on 10
September. The Club was congratulated, with four of the top 7 positions going to
MGCC member teams, namely Andre Groenewald & Japie Vos; Chris & Karin
Champion; George Davey & Margie von Zeil; Eric Plant & Maureen.
A standing invitation was extended to all members to visit the Jaguar Drivers
Clubhouse at Killarney.

The proposed Calendar of events for 2007 was published in the Breed. Members are requested to
suggestions for events eg destinations etc.

Club Charity – St Georges Orphanage for Girls ( Gerri Stevenson): Tin was circulated.
Veteran’s (Jo Hitchcock):
See Breed for report back on the Roaring Forties outing.
Next event will be on 21 October to support a car show in Ceres, organised by
Basil Wesson. Six names are already down, and other interested members to
contact Jo.
26 October: Breakfast Run to Franschoek. See Breed for details.
November Cherry Picking weekend has been cancelled, and a trip to Simonsvlei will
be arranged instead.
Plaque of the month : John & Jennifer Lock for organising the Roaring Forties outing

Competitions (James Reinhardt):
Brian Porter Rally on 17 September: See the Breed for report back. The event
won by Bill & Lucille ten Oever, using a cell phone stopwatch. They were awarded a
stopwatch as a prize. Congratulations !

 Members interested in doing indoor karting should contact James

Killarney will host a Classic Car open day on 22 October for classic car owners touse the track.
Cost is R100 per driver. Board was circulated and members encouraged to take part.

 Social (J Reinhardt pp Rosalie Plows):

The General Meeting of the MG Car Club, Cape Town Centre is held on the second Wednesday of every month at 20h00 at
the M.G.C.C. Clubhouse in Cedar Avenue (off Howard Drive), Pinelands - exceptions in December & January.

Club outings are usually held on the Sunday immediately after the General Meeting.

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23 September – Whales and Wheels show in Hermanus was a successful event and well
supported by club members.
Register (Peter Napier):
1 October 2006 : Classics in the Bay show: This event was very well supported by club members.
Pat Coyne won “Best Dressed” and Chris Champion’s MGA Twin Cam won Car of the Day. Con-
gratulations to both.
The proposed Garage Meet for November has been postponed until early 2007. Register Captains
were requested to suggest names of persons busy with rebuilds, to allow one garage meet per
Treasurer (James Reinhardt ppMervyn Corbishley):
Report was tabled.
Membership subs for 2007 were proposed and briefly discussed.
Publications (Mike Plows pp Rosalie Plows):
Rosalie sent her thanks for the good wishes she had received.
Breed : Articles required
Closing date for November Breed – 24 October 2006
Secretarial (Margie von Zeil):
#1172 Sheila & William Clayden as country members (MGB)
#1173 Patrick Coyne (MGB)
#1174 Eric Plant (MGB)
Application received from Gerald & Helen Wright (MGB)
Correspondence: Nil
Spares (Mike Plows):
Theo Shepstone’s MGTD is for sale; A Red 1972 MGB GT for sale (R22 500);
Gordon Martin has the keys for the Gordon Armstrong business premises which has closed. Alte
native accommodation is needed for club spares.
Regalia (G & J Stoddart):
Golf shirts will soon be available; Special on Cooler bags at R90 for 2.
Cup of the Month: not awarded
Gordon Howard reported that he is busy doing up 3 TD’s at present.
Graeme Hibban brought an MGA new. Cylinder Head back from the USA. He has a
contact in Houston for MGA spares. Contact him if you are interested.
Meeting was closed at 8.55 pm.
Meeting attended by 39 members and prospective members in 10 MG’s

                ROARING FORTIES
                By Douline Markus

It was a perfect sunny day when about 16 MGs as-
sembled at Sunrise Beach, Muizenberg on Thursday
28th September.
It was well attended and all enjoyed tea and biscuits
and the interesting chats, before departing an hour
later for Simons town through Fish Hoek and Glen
We were pleasantly surprised by the décor at the
Cable Restorer from where we could see South Af-
rica’s Navy New Frigates and submarines moored
nearby—an excellent lunch was served just being a
choice of fish or chicken.
A pleasant day and well organized by John Lock

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