Vehicles in Sales Archive

1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Tourer

Rolls-Royce’s 20/25 succeeded the 20 H.P. in 1929 as the company’s “Small Car” offering intended for clients who chose to drive themselves rather than be ...

1937 MG SA Tickford Drophead Coupe

In the mid-1930’s MG was acquired by the Nuffield Organization, bringing consolidation and rationalization of overlapping product lines. MG was a small part of the ...

1933 MG K2 “Magnette” Roadster

First announced at the 1932 London Motor Show, the MG K-Series Magnette was produced by Cecil Kimber in order to move his racing and record-breaking ...

1955 MG TF 1500 Roadster

Before World War II, MG built exotic and powerful small-bore sports cars that were practically unheard of on this side of the pond. But that ...

1963 MG MGB

The MG B marked a pivotal step in the evolution of the sports car when it pioneered a lightweight frameless unit body structure with exceptional ...

1969 MG MGC Roadster

As the Austin-Healey 3000′s long production run was coming to an end during the mid-1960s, BMC felt it needed another large, comfortable six-cylinder sports car ...

1935 MG NB Roadster

In 1934, MG introduced the N-Type, a new six-cylinder model that would ultimately prove to be the final evolution of the storied Midget, Magna, and ...

1930 Rolls-Royce 20/25HP Shooting Brake

Rolls-Royce’s 20/25 succeeded the 20 HP in 1929 as the company’s small-displacement offering positioned below the flagship Phantom models. Engineers developed a host of improvements ...

1937 MG VA Tourer

The MG VA made its first appearance at the 1936 London Motor Show. The VA was the second car to be introduced since the ...

1937 MG TA Convertible

Lightweight, sporty, and exciting are three words that perfectly describe a MG. The MG that truly made its marque and gained international attention because of ...

1934 MG NA Roadster

The MG N-Type, which was developed from the existing K-Type and L-Type, was the last of the overhead-cam MGs and was only produced between ...