M&G Vintage Auto
Tuxedo Motor Sport
We provide prompt and professional service for all your automotive needs.
Each member of our team is here to serve you and provide you with peace of mind.
With a combined 70 plus years experience we have the knowledge, experience and we specialize in maintenance, repairs and restorations of British Vehicles.
Joe Curto, SU Carb Service in college point NY. I have known George Medynski of M&G Vintage Auto/Tuxedo Motor Sport since the mid 70s, back in the era of what we call the hay days of restoration maintenance of the new MGs and all those great brands of cars like Jaguar, Triumph, Austin Healey Porsche etc. We were among many shops working on beloved cars. Our passion soon turned to actually going to England to the Great national Auto Jumble at Beaulieu in the New Forrest. Back then we were able to literally ship containers of cars and parts to the USA, which we did. I have known George for many years and still admire and respect the restoration work performed by George and his crew in Tuxedo NY. After supplying an MGTC to then JRT (Jaguar Rover Triumph) MG OFFICIALLY GAVE THE CAR AWAY AS THEIR very last endeavor as a car company and awarded M&G VINTAGE AUTO the first official title of BRITISH HERITAGE SUPPLIER AND RESTORER by the Heritage group in the UK.
David DeLuca – Avid Porsche collector from New Jersey. Member Northern New Jersey Region Zone 1 of the Porsche Club of America. Tuxedo Motor Sport has restored many vintage Porsche autos for David including this 1956 T1 Speedster.
David DeLuca – Winner of (3) PCA Zone 1 awards including
(2) People’s Choice Awards
On September 11, 2010, NNJR Concours hosted the first annual Red Mill Museum Concours d ‘Elegance. This event was an outrageous success, with over 75 Porsches in attendance. Fortunately, we were bestowed with the most perfect weather imaginable for a Concours event. People came from as far north as the Hudson Valley and south to Philadelphia. Cars ranged in age from as far back as 1956 up to 2011. Almost the entire lifespan of the Porsche automobile was represented. This event was also open to the public and over 200 people came to the event to enjoy the beautiful vehicles on display. The location of the Mill along the Raritan River allowed the vehicles to be majestically displayed and provided an incredible back drop for some magnificent photography. “In first place was David Deluca with his astonishing Aqua 1956 356 Speedster. David’s car was a magnificent example of Porsche heritage. It was really great to see such a strong showing in the 356 class.” Concours is a challenging and competitive activity in which the beauty, cleanliness and originality of you Porsche is rated and scored. Judges with incredible knowledge and familiarity of Porsches inspect the competing cars. They look in places that you don’t even know exist! If you enjoy seeing great looking Porsches, if you enjoy washing, cleaning and waxing your car, if you like to see vintage Porsches then you’ll enjoy concours events. If this type of preparation seems daunting for you we also offer the wash and shine class. Just wash your car and compete for a People’s Choice award. No need to spend endless hours with a Q-Tip. David 1962 MKII – My car never performed so good. Having an expert properly set up the carburetors, ignition and repair the heating problems created a totally new feel to my MGA. David Mark B. 1953 MGTD MKII - I can’t say enough, I never thought my TD would look and drive so good. George and his crew replaced the bad body tub “wood beams”, metal and had the door fitting perfect. After they completed a superior paint job, I finished assembling the car with their advice and help. It wasn’t until I talked to other club members that I realized the real quality of their work. Every body panel fit and aligned with ease. It pays to have an expert who is dedicated, knows the British cars and performs quality work.
#1 Route 17 South, Tuxedo, New York 10987 845-753-5900 BlackCobraGeorge@gmail.com
Dr. Myron Finkel – I’ve known George Medynski since Nixon was in the White House. I bought my first MG in the early 70′s, by the way, in its restored version, I have passed it on to my son Tal. George has been the only foreign car mechanic I have ever needed to know. George helped turn my interest from a hobby to a passion, his capabilities and integrity are simply beyond question. Over the decades he has patiently taught me lesson after lesson while explaining to me how these internal combustion beauties work. He has inspired me and bolstered my confidence to be as hands on as I am today. George has involved me in all of the problem solving and decision making exercises that come up over time. He has coached me with the finding and the restoration of what has become my ultimate foreign car- a 1954 Jaguar XK 140 coupe Over the years I have owned many vintage English cars, I don’t know if I ever found any other outlet that has offered me so many moments of enjoyment. George has been my teacher , my guide, my mechanic and my friend.