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1950 MG TD Roadster 1950 MG TD Roadster
RM Auctions
Location: Amelia Island, Florida
Auction Results March, 2009 $19,800
1959 MGA Coupe 1959 MGA Coupe
Russo and Steele
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Auction Results January, 2008 $28,050
White 1960 MG MGA Roadster White 1960 MG MGA Roadster
Auction: Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
Location: March, 2007 Palm Beach, FL
Auction Results March, 2007 $25,000

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MG Automobiles

The first MG sports car appeared in the 1930's. Pre-World Was II production totaled about 22,500 cars. When the MG TC made its debut in 1945, it ushered in a new love of sports cars that would bloom in the 1950's.

American servicemen, particulary those returning from England, took a liking to these roadsters and brought back quite a few when they came home. By 1947, MG had an expanding distribution network in the U.S.

MG History

1924 MG 14/28: One of the first MGs ever made. It was powered by a 11.9hp sidevalve engine.

1928-32 MG 18/80 MarkI/II: The six-cylinder 18/80 grand tourer had a (massive for the time) 2.5-litre overhead-cam engine.

1929-32 MG M-Type-Midget: The birth of the Midget initiated a legendary name for MG.

1930-31 MG 18/100 Mark III Tigress: At 895, only five were sold.

1930 MG Double-Twelve: Double Twelve Midget won at Brooklands that year.

1931-2 MG D-type Midget: Four-seater Midget

1931-2 MG F-type Magna: With the 12.7hp 1.3-litre engine from the Wolseley Hornet

1931 MG Special Racing Midget: Probably built for Le Mans 24 Hours race

1936-9 MG SA Saloon: SA had the 16hp 2.0-litre engine from the Wolseley Super Six

1939 MG TA Midget: Larger and roomier than its predecessors, it had the 1.3-litre 10hp engine and cost 222.

1939 MG VA: It didn't sell in big numbers, so MG also introduced the V-Series, with four-cylinder 1550cc engine (12hp), which cost from 260.

1945 MG TC Midget: 375, in two-seater open form only

1947-53 MG Y-Type: More revolutionary was the Y-Type saloon: a young engineer called Alec Issigonis, later famous for his work on the Mini, had designed an independent front suspension system before the war for the new Morris Minor, and this set-up featured on the Y.

1949-53 MG TD Midget: A more comfortable and refined roadster than its predecessor

1953-8 MG ZA/ZB Magnette: A badge-engineered Wolseley

1953 MG TF: A mildly worked-over TD with the 1250cc engine and, a year later, a 1500cc unit.

1955-62 MGA Roadster: With a more modern chassis, structurally rigid body and the 1.5 B-Series engine, it was instantly a public success, helped by the participation of three prototypes in the Le Mans 24 Hours and a publicity high-speed run by John Gott, who achieved 112.3 miles in one hour.

1959 MGA Twincam Coupe: 111mph and 0-60 in 9.1 seconds - fast for the time

1959 MG Magnette Saloon: Little more than a leather-upholstered version of the Farina-styled Austin A55 Cambridge

1961-79 MG Midget: Return of the Midget. This was based on the existing Austin-Healey Sprite and for its first year, had the 948cc, 47bhp engine; this was uprated to 1098cc and 55bhp a year later, when it also received an improved gearbox with synchromesh on all but first gear, and disc brakes

1962 MG 1100: One of the fifty or so of the 157,400 GT(two-door, twin-carb, 70bhp), 1100 and later 1300 (1275cc, 58bhp) models built between 1962 and 1971 thought to still be on the road, most succumbing to rampant rust

1963 MGB Roadster: It boasted independent front suspension, disc brakes and a twin-carb, 1.8-litre version of the B-series engine which gave 94bhp

1967-9 MGC Roadster: This entailed a redesign of the front suspension to cope with the extra weight, with the coil springs replaced by torsion bars: though quick in a straight line, its handling was less than agile, steering response slow and just 9000 were made from 1967-1969, including one for Prince Charles, now handed down to Prince William.

1973-76 MGB GT V8: Using a Buick-sourced 3.5 V8 fitted in the Rover and Range Rover ranges

1983-91 MG Maestro 2.0: MG versions of the extremely mediocre Maestro and Montego models were also produced, and even if the 2.0 turbocharged Maestro was no Golf GTi or 205 GTi rival, it had its advocates.

1984 MG Metro 6R4 : Rally car: contended by Tony Pond in the Group B class of the WRC, it never managed to live up to its potential before the Group B class was terminated in 1987, though Pond remembers it as the best rally car he drove.

1993-5 MG RV8: RV8 combined a bodyshell from the Heritage department with the Range Rover's 3.9-litre V8 and rounded-off, '90s-friendly styling.

MG XPower SV-R: The MG XPower SV-R is a track-oriented version of the carbon-bodied SV coupe launched earlier this year, it has lowered double-wishbone suspension all round, a 385 bhp quad-cam 5.0 V8 developed from the Ford-sourced 4.6-litre unit, and new six-spoke 20-inch wheels with uprated Brembo disc brakes. Packing 510Nm of torque, the SV-R is good for 175 mph and 0-60 mph in 4.9 seconds. >/p>

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