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Would an enthusiasts club be interested in our 1991 Metro?
We have a J registration Metro in our garage at home. It has about 20,000 miles on the clock, but hasn't been moved for eight years. Would an enthusiasts club would be interested in it?

Asked on 4 September 2017 by Gwynneth Common

Answered by Keith Moody
The MG Car Club has a front-wheel driver register (www.mgcc.co.uk/fwd-register/) while the MG Owners' Club has something similar (www.mgownersclub.co.uk/). There is also a Metro Owners' Club (metroownersclub.com/). Demand for Metros is growing so placing a 'for sale' advert in the classifieds section should help your Metro find a good home.
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