New MOT,(will not need one next year) free tax,new electronic ignition fuel pump and lines,acuspark,1275cc twin su`s,original paint and chrome(very nice patina)good hood,new carpets still in bag,solid metal,welded up and waxoiled,history,interior showing age but still very nice ,Restored these go for 10k.Get in and drive £4100 ono. Gaz 07927767636
MG Midget cabriolet 1972 Teal Blue, wire wheels This ‘Round Wheel Arch’ MG Midget was delivered on August 28th 1972 and the car is in Holland since 1998. Here the car was restored by a MG fan and hobbyist. Both the in- and outside are in beautiful condition. The car has Teal Blue paint, combined with chrome wire wheels and a black leather interior, a very nice combination on this British classic car. The 4 cyl engine is connected to the 4 speed manual gearbox. This is a great car to drive thanks to the compactness and low weight. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
MG Midget MK III Roadster 1974 fully restored Between 2016 and 2017 this MG Midget was fully restored. Originally this car was delivered in 1974 and in the meantime the car has a beautiful and fully new Damask Red paint. A beautiful combination with the chrome. Technics fully revised, a lot of invoices of this are present. Thanks to the complete restoration the Midget drives really great. The interior has new black leatherette and a beautiful original dashboard. This MG is ready for a lot of magnificent rides. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
£3750 First registered as PMJ 6M to Mrs M Hunter of Greenfield , Beds on the 1st May 1974, having been sold through Kennings of Bedford, from the small amount of documentation available, the Midget appears to have spent it’s life in Bedfordshire as confirmed by MOT’s on file from 1986 to 2016. The majority of the miles being covered in the late 1980’s to early 1990’s. We would therefore believe the present indicated mileage of 52190 to be correct. Being a later production MK 111 Midget it has the later body style with rounded rear wheel arches. The Midget appears to have been off the road between 1994 and 2015 as according to the MOT records only 249 miles were covered in the intervening 21 years, with only 573 miles recorded from 1994 to date A low mileage two owner MG Midget which has evidently been partially restored in the last three years, with work being carried out to the floor and body work,at some stage a replacement engine has been fitted. It is in overall good condition, and could be improved upon by a new owner. The car has been resprayed in the original colour in recent years, there are some blemishes and small dents in the paintwork, the underside has had any necessar
MG Midget 1970 Split Bumper, fully restored This is a 1970 MG Midget Split Bumper.The car was fully restored in Holland and is in excellent condition. A lot of pictures and invoices of the restoration are present. The 4 cyl engine was fully revised also. This MG drives great. Car has Holland title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
Finished in Tartan Red with contrasting black interior and white piping. Sold by ourselves some years ago and previously subject to a full repaint, including engine bay, boot and engine detail new interior and hood. Only covered four hundred miles and been very carefully and correctly stored since this refurbishment.;Recently tested, this stunning example is now ready for a new owner to use and have some fun!!
GWY 220J was first registered on the 1st January 1971 and is finished in British Racing Green with Black upholstery and original Rostyle wheels. From correspondence in the history file we know the MG has been in the North of England since 1977. From 1977 to 1992 the MG was in Thirsk, North Yorkshire before being sold to a new owner in Leeds. During the late 1990's the MG was in Newcastle, later Sunderland, Cheshire and most recently one of our Yorkshire based regular customers. We know the MG was off the road for several years from 2005 but in 2010 when changing hands, the MG was treated to some mechanical re-commissioning work. We have receipts detailing various work to include fitting a lead free cylinder head, new water pump, new heater hoses and new ignition items. In 2012 the brakes were overhauled with new wheel cylinders and brake shoes and there are also invoices in 2013 for a new clutch, starter ring gear, spigot bushes, clevis pins, bolt and bush release arms and a new pedal box. Since the above work the MG has been covering relatively low mileage and has been continually improved. Having had the various mechanical re-commissioning work, in 2015 the MG was treated to a pr
Lowered price from €36.950 -> €32.000 In October of 1928, the M Type Midget was launched at the Motor Show at Olympia Motor Show in London. Even early on, it was easy to see that the 10-foot long, two-seater M Type would be successful, especially due to the immediate demand from the public. It wasn't until 1929 that the car finally went into full production, utilizing mainly Morris components with slight modifications. Since there wasn't enough time to allow for more individual components to be designed and manufactured, along with the pressure to get the car on show at Olympia was the reason for the similarity. The body of the M Type was light, and very simple, with a fabric construction on a wooden frame. Carbodies of Coventry fabricated the distinctive boat tail design separately and joined it with the chassis at the MG factory in Abingdon. The boat-tailed Midget was designed to compete with the Austin Seven sports models and other similar small sporting vehicles. A four cylinder unit with a two bearing crankshaft, the engine had an overhead camshaft driven through two sets of bevel gears and a vertical shaft. This shaft continued through the vertically mounted dynamo and double