The MG TD is as popular and functional today as it was a half-century ago as the introduction to sports car ownership and driving. MG Owners Clubs are active in most areas of the country and have an array of enjoyable activities. Parts support is ample and relatively inexpensive. There is no better way to understand and experience the classic British sports car, and this 1951 TD is an ideal example. Restored to showroom condition, it is particularly pure -- not jazzed up with accessories and gewgaws. Finished in red with tan leather upholstery, a black cloth top and tan tonneau cover, it has a wood dash, the correct MG steering wheel, folding windshield, steel wheels, black wall tires and Lucas driving lights. The paint and interior are sharp. Under the hood, the engine and firewall are carefully detailed with an aluminum valve cover; the only departure from stock. It has had some use since restoration but needs nothing to be used and enjoyed in all but the most demanding Concours. It is a really nice car that exhibits careful attention to its restoration and maintenance.
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