1949 MG TC Roadster

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 ...

1955 Arnolt MG

Stanley H. Arnolt was a Chicago entrepreneur with a penchant for foreign cars, a penchant which is probably responsible for his nickname, “Wacky.” In 1952 ...

1949 MG YT

The Y-type MG introduced after World War II incorporated a number of unique features that set it apart from its counterparts in the Morris ...

1949 MG TC Roadster

The postwar MG TC traced its ancestry directly back to the MG TA of 1936. It was aimed at the U.S. market and accordingly ...

1954 MG TF Roadster

In the late 1930s, MG adopted the robust and affordable XPAG engine from Morris for the new T-series. The change wasn’t necessarily welcomed by traditional ...

1934 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Saloon

Rolls-Royce’s ‘small’ car, known as the 20hp, was introduced in 1922 with a 3,127cc six-cylinder engine, as the post-World Way I recession intersected increasing labor ...

1949 MG YT

The Y-type MG introduced after World War II incorporated a number of unique features that set it apart from its counterparts in the Morris ...

1964 MG B

The MG B marked an important and significant step in the sports car’s evolution when it pioneered a lightweight frameless unit body structure with ...

1939 MG TA Tickford Drophead Coupe

In 1936, MG replaced the PB with a wider and longer car called the TA Midget, the beginning of MG’s famed T-series that would eventually ...

1954 MG TF Convertible

The famed British sports car, the MG was named after Morris Garages, where the British sports car was founded and first built in the 1920s ...

1949 MG YT

Rarely seen — only 877 were built in just two years’ production — the MG YT 4-seat tourer was designed for Americans, a fact emphasized ...