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.
For sale here is my beloved vermillion red 1977 MG Midget. The car has done 80,000 genuine miles and comes with lots of service history and bills of restoion. It has always been stored in a dry garage and used mainly in summer as a pleasure car. The car runs well and is in good overall condition with no rust. The sale would come complete with lots of spares collected over the years, including Rostyle wheels (in need of restoion), tonneau cover, soft top, hard top and loads of spares. The car will be MOT'd prior to sale.
1979 MG Midget in very good order throughout. There is no rust on the bodywork, and the paint has a deep shine. The hood/roof is new and unmarked as is the white leather interior. MOT was done in May so ready to go for the summer. I know it's not a Ford before anyone feels the need to point it out, but it is a good genuine car which has obviously been well looked after. £2795 1979 MG Midget in very good order throughout. There is no rust on the bodywork, and the paint has a deep shine. The hood/roof is new and unmarked as is the white leather interior. MOT was done in May so ready to go for the summer. I know it's not a Ford before anyone feels the need to point it out, but it is a good genuine car which has obviously been well looked after. £2795
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
This was a very well restored Midget, a car that was enjoyed on sunny days and smiled at by passers by and enthusiasts alike. Then it went to FRONTLINE. They took the Midget to the very edge of what can be done, it is now a breathtakingly quick sports car that darts from point to point like little else. It's tuned engine encourages you to rev it while remaining very easy to use at low speed. The 5 speed gearbox gives it long legs so it can cruise comfortably at speed. This is truly the best of both worlds. The level of finish both inside and out is as high a quality as possible. You wont be smiling, you'll be grinning from ear to ear. Minilite 14" Wheels Limited slip differential Heated windscreen Front and rear disc brakes HID Lighting system Dashboard in piano black Nappa leather Alcantara Heated seats Supporting history £53,000 spent to create what is probably the best pro street Midget in the world.
Good project for some one recon engine before being left in the barn where it is now lots of parts with it needs to be trailered away not driveable will try and get engine running before being sold lots of panels doors etc all parts are there ++£895 ono ENGINE RUNNING NOW.
MG Midget long term restoration. Now down to bare metal. Spraying this week. Ⓒ Lenham Sports Cars | All Rights Reserved
Mostly original Glacier white paint still glistens reflecting its garage kept background & the over all appearance of this gently used little roadster defies its 28 years of age. exceptionally nice original interior features all working gauges, factory am-fm radio & heater. spare tire, jack & top boot. The car drives very nicely with no issues, recently consigned by long term owner & driven in over 100 miles away. Owner says time to sell and priced to move. $5,900.00
What can I say about MG Midgets. Great fun, easy to own, lots of fun, the list is endless. But here we have something a bit different. In fact this MG Midget, is not only special, but completely and utterly outrageous. The car was re-built with a new Heritage shell some time ago, and from the history file it looks like ait was restored from around 2002 to 2007. It was rebuilt in a stripped out form for racing and Hillclimbing. It’s fitted with uprated suspension and braking systems, but more importantly its fitted with a 1275cc Stage Two Engine. This engines comes complete with +40 Pistons Fast Road High Lift Cam Ported Head Oversized Valves. This Midget isn’t only stunning to look at, it’s an absolute blast to drive. I think it’s the quickest Midget we’ve ever had for sale. Are you looking for an MG Midget? Are you looking for something just a little bit different? Look no further this absolutely stunning car could be sat on your drive today for only £8995.
Here we have on offer a fabulous MG Midget FIA appendix 'K'Historic Racecar. FIA Bar code. Five races since total rebuild. 1098cc Webercarb 12G295 head Omega pistons Engine built by swiftune Close ratio straight cut gearbox Ray Davies Adjustable shockers etc. Ashley hardtop etc...... A competitive car used in the HRDC Historic racing championship and MGCC Ecurie GTS races. Ideal for MGCC /MGOC race meeting, Goodwood and most historic race meetings including gentleman racer events etc, or a great roadcar, outstanding condition Current V5C
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