Costello MGs in the News 2020
08th May 2020
Roger Cook to part with his MkIII GT
Said by Ken Costello to be 'easily the best example in existence' and extensively developed by him personally over a number of years, this Costello boasts every upgrade ever produced - and then some! This seminal piece of Costello history is truly unique and has recorded only 14,500 miles since Ken built it. For personal reasons, owner Roger Cook has reluctantly decided to part with it.
Read here for an overview of this impressive beast and its full technical specifications here. This is truly one of a kind and represents an excellent opportunity to enjoy an MGB as it should have been.
Please get in touch with Lawrence if you are interested in making an offer.
International Costello Gathering Announced!
Michael and Hildegaard Ruehr are organising an International Costello Gathering in Bavaria,southern Germany. Tentative dates are from Wednesday 2nd September to Sunday 6th.
Various activities await those keen to join the meeting including a visit to one of the largest private classic car collections in Europe, and a gut-testing, hangover-inducing beer festival - ‘Gillamoos’ - similar to the Oktoberfest in Munich.
Michael und Hildegaard Ruehr organisieren ein Internationales Costello-Treffen in Bayern, Süddeutschland. Vorläufige Daten sind vom Mittwoch, dem 2. September, bis zum Sonntag, dem 6. September.
Verschiedene Aktivitäten warten auf die Teilnehmer des Treffens, darunter der Besuch einer der größten privaten Oldtimersammlungen in Europa und ein katerauslösendes Bierfestival - „Gillamoos“ - ähnlich dem Oktoberfest in München.
1st January 2020
Happy New Year!
Greetings to all Costello owners and aficionados around the world. Activity and interest in our favourite MG marque appears to have increased in 2019. A browse through the 2019 News Archives will show more Costello cars appeared to have changed hands certainly since this website was born in 2006. We had a 'garage-find' come to light after decades of dry storage, several cars change hands on the Continent and one or two emerge from lengthy and fastidious restorations.
And of course we had another successful Gathering, a re-run of the Heather Run in North Yorkshire - a popular if a bit windy event!
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We look forward to more activities in 2020, another Gathering and perhaps more Costellos emerging from restoration.
Happy New Year to everyone with happy and safe motoring.