Vehicles in Sales Archive

1973 MG B GT V-8 Coupe

Beginning in 1973, MG combined the lively, lightweight MG B with the Buick-derived aluminum-block 3528 cc Rover V-8. The powerful, reliable and very tunable ...

1932 MG C-Type Montlhéry Midget

In the 1930s, MG was heavily involved in motorsports, particularly in the very competitive small-bore classes where their small but powerful machines could really shine. ...

1955 MG Hawk Barchetta

In the late 1940s, American soldiers serving in Europe had acquired a taste for the small, light and stylish cars they saw on European roads, ...

1960 MG A Twin Cam

By the late 50’s MG had an image problem. Its 1600cc pushrod overhead valve engines’ 80hp were no match for their counterparts in racing competition. ...

1947 MG TC Roadster

The MG TC was the third in the “Midget” series of four-cylinder sports cars that first debuted in 1936, replacing the PB. The TA ...

1955 MG Arnolt Coupe

Stanley Arnolt was known to one and all as “Wacky”, but in business acumen and drive he was anything but wacky. He built a successful ...

1953 MG TD Mark II Roadster

In the wake of the TC’s surprising success in the early post-war years in America, MG needed a sure bet to build their momentum and ...

1948 MG TC

Like many marques, MG hurried back into production after the war with a mildly-modified version of its prewar T-series Midget called the TC. The ...

1960 MG A

After World War II, MG built pre-war cars rather longer than pretty much any other manufacturer, persisting with the upright T-series through 1955’s TF 1500. ...

1937 MG TA Tickford Drophead Coupe

The arrival of the T-Type Midget marked a significant turning point in the history of MG Cars. As a pet project of W.R. Morris, MG ...

1960 MG A

The MG A, introduced in late 1955, brought MG into the modern streamlined era and coincided with its acquisition by British Motors Corporation. The ...