Brand: MG

1965 MGB Roadster

MG B Roadster MK I (1962 – 1967)

December 29th, 2018

The ultimate 60’s roadster MG’s B series is without doubt the archetypal British roadster and this brand new sports car represented the modern MG of the time with its contemporary specification making it a sheer delight to drive compared to its predecessors and rivals. Rack and pinion steering, independent front suspension and disc brakes were […]

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MG Midget (1961 – 1979)

September 25th, 2018

In the early days the MG Midget was the perfect roadster, with its gutsy 948cc A series twin SU carbs eking out 46 bhp was fine for the early sixties with roads being un challenged as they were. But later that decade the MG was given more power by way of the Mini Cooper ‘S’ with a detuned head giving just 65 bhp and not the full 76 bhp which the Mini had.

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MGB GT V8

MGB GT V8 (1973-1976)

August 4th, 2017

The 1960’s saw the birth of the iconic MGB in roadster and the MGB GT in coupe form for the first time and both cars were a resounding success for the company.

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MG C (1968)

MG C (1967 – 1969)

December 1st, 2016

The MGB GT was a perfectly good sports car in itself when it arrived in 1965 with conventional GT styling of the time at a fraction of the going price, However the MG was a little sluggish when it came to its competition such as the Triumph TR4 and soon after the TR5 which was exactly what MG had in mind when it produced the MGC. The six cylinder 2912cc engine was MG’s answer to fill the gap in the BMC’s range with the demise of the big Healey’s and with such powerful competition from its rival namely Triumph the MG C was born.

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MG Metro (1982–1990)

August 12th, 2016

Back in 1982 after the launch of the popular Mini replacement the MG Metro came with two sportier models representing the time of the hot hatch-back. The MG Metro and MG Metro Turbo, both cars wowed buyers with their sporty looks and stylish interiors.

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