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Home | 650 MGs line the Long Walk entrance to Windsor Castle, 25th April 2009
The Duke of Edinburgh, Hon Rotarian of The Rotary Club of Windsor & Eton, viewed a parade of MG cars driving around the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle, to mark the 85th Anniversary of the vehicle
The cavalcade was made up of over 250 MG models covering the 85 years of production. The oldest MG on the parade was the 1925 Super Sports four-seater (registered PP3256) which is the oldest surviving MG in the world. The newest model, a Longbridge built MGTF 85th Anniversary model, was also driven through the castle. Among the 68 pre-war MGs on parade were the two surviving 1930 six-cylinder MG Tigress models.