John Chatham, he of the Big Healey fame converted 3 MGC roadsters to the Sebring specification of the MGC GTS which were due to race in the 12 hour race there in 1970 before the new British Leyland company pulled the plug. The inference being that the TR6 should have no in-house competitors! Of the […]
1974 MG Midget MKIII RWA, 1275cc BMC A Series engine producing 65BHP Following last years Bromyard Speed Festival run information was received that the car had been used in Clubmans’ events in the late 70’s early 80’s.
Austin Ten 1937 – Rebuilt as MG F-Type Magna Open Tourer Originally a 1937 Austin Ten, it was rebuilt some years ago in the style of an MG F-Type Magna Open Tourer. It has elements of Austin, Morris and all of the drive-train is MG. The coachwork is aluminium over an Ash frame. Over the […]
Basic MGB GT, competition prepared. Approximately 140 bhp 1950 cc engine, improved suspension. “Rescued in Newcastle, made road worthy mot’d etc. I then prepared it for competition having rebuilt the engine and improved the whole suspension. I’ve entered several hill climbs and other events, I have taken the blue lady to Malta for last four […]
1974 MG Midget Mark 3 – See it at Bromyard Speed Festival 3rd April 2016 One of the last Midgets using the BMC A series 1275cc engine with 65BHP. Standard trim other than optional wire wheels and with Maniflow free flow exhaust and silencer .