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1952 MG

Pictures of 1952 MGs from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.

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1952 MG Pictures

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MG (Morris Garage)

Signage: 1924-1980 The name MG is synonymous with sports cars, but it has always been borne by more sedate vehicles as well. At first it had no true sporting connection at all. In early 1920's Cecil Kimber was in charge of Morris Garages, the firm from which William Morris's new empire had sprung, and which was the Morris agent in Oxford. In 1930 MG went for racing. Between 1930 & 1959, with and without works support, MG captured many class speed records. In 1931, a special MG became the first 750-cc car to exceed 100 mph, and to cover more than 100 miles in an hour. MG became Britain's premier sporting marque. After 1935, the company officially raced no longer & no more competition cars were made for public sale.

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