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  • MG TA Midget '38

    £30,362 £30,362

    The MG T series were produced from 1936 to 1955. The series included the MG TA, MG TB, MG TC, MG TD, and MG TF Midget models. The last of these models, the TF, was replaced by the MGA. The TF name was reinstated in 2002 on the mid-engined MG TF sports car. The MG TA Midget replaced the PB series in 1936. It was an evolution of the previous car and was 3 inches (76 mm) wider and 7 inches (180 mm) longer. Like the PB, most were two-seat open cars with a steel body on an ash frame. A bench-type seat was fitted with storage space behind. From 1938 the car could also be had with a more luxurious Tickford drophead coupé body by Salmons at Newport Pagnell. The soft top could be used in three positions, fully open, closed or open just over the seats. Wind-up windows were fitted to the higher topped doors making the car more weathertight and individual bucket seats used in the fully carpeted interior. Complete chassis were fitted with a very basic body at the Abingdon factory and driven to Newport Pagnell to have their coachwork fitted. When first introduced the model was known as the T Type and only after the advent of the TB did the TA designation come into use. Specifications >>>>> Oldti

    • Year: 1938
    • Mileage: 3558 mi
    For sale
  • MG TA Sports

    £34,500 £34,500

    1930s MG Midgets are perfect examples of what a British sports car should look like with their low slung bodywork, drop sided doors, fold flat windscreen, rear mounted petrol slab tank and knock on wire wheels – basically everything you could want in style combined with decent performance and available at an affordable price – it’s no wonder they were successful! The mid 30’s saw MG change direction when they replaced their range of Wolseley derived overhead cam engines with tuned push rod engines which, although they might initially have sounded less glamorous, turned out to give more than adequate power in standard form and were very tweakable if you so desired. In addition the T series cars were more spacious and I would argue more comfortable to drive on long distances than their immediate predecessors. This superb car, first registered on 13th April 1938 with chassis number TA 2271 and engine number MPJG 2538, has been through a comprehensive ground-up structural restoration followed by extensive work on the engine and its file contains many photographs and invoices which tell you all about what work has been done. Apart from repeating a series of superlatives there really is

    • Year: 1938
    For sale
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