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  • 1936 MG PB Brooklands

    £174,995 £174,995

    It is with great pleasure that we are able to offer this 1936 MG PB Supercharged race car with extensive history from 1936 to present day. The current owner, who has competed in the car, has decided to sell to pursue other projects and has owned the vehicle since May 2003. This is a fantastic opportunity to own a stunning one off race car with extensive, documented, history that will grant the new owner access to the most prestigious events including the Mille Miglia. The current owner has travelled Europe with this MG and competed in the car at Le Mans, Spa-Francorchamps, the Nurburgring, Porto, Cadwell Park, Donington Park, Silverstone etc. This car's first owner, J Scott-Hepburn, modified 'HS 8860' for off-road competition. The PB was supplied by Andersons Ltd of Newton Mearns in December 1935 and Scott-Hepburn later wrote an article about its transformation into a lightweight trials car, which was published in The Sports Car (April 1937 edition, copy on file). The second owner, E C Haesendonck of Chadwell Heath, Essex. Haesendonck and his brother were owners of 'JB 7524', one of the famous 'Cream Cracker' team cars. Factory records list the servicing and maintenance carried out

    • Year: 1936
    For sale
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  • 1936 MG PB Airline Coupe

    £99,950 £99,950

    Chassis Number : PB0608 Engine Number : 1031PB Originally registered on April 30th 1936 by one James Templeton Redhead of Newcastle , this magnificent MG Airline PB Coupe,finished in duotone dark and light green has to eb one of the finest restored examples of the marque to be found anywhere in the world today . It is one of an estimated 7 surviving units from the PA & PB production line total of 51 and was featured as the front cover article in the September 2001 edition of MG Enthusiast magazine. Restored over a six and half year period in a no expense spare restoration by marque specialists Colin Tieche and David Cooksey. Typically for a car of the period ,the body was constructed of steel wrapped around a complex ash frame,with aluminium used for the rear wings and the aerodynamic roof section . Power was produced by a 43 bhp (32.1Kw) in line 4 Cylinder 3 bearing unit coupled to a 4 speed gearbox.This was a noticeable improvement on the original 36Bhp version used in the earlier PA models. Fuel delivery was supplied by twin SU carburettors . Styled by H W Allingham it bears all the design hallmarks of the period with aerodynamic styling to the fore ,crowned by the breathtaking

    • Year: 1936
    For sale
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