The last type of the T-series
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The boss of the Morris garage Cecil Kimber built the first MG ("Morris garage") in 1923. It was a two-seat sports car based on a Morris Cowley. From the beginning, these sporty roadsters were very sought after. After the war, MG was able to record phenomenal export successes with the type TC in the United States. These sales successes inspired many other manufacturers such as Austin-Healey, Jaguar, Aston Martin, but also Porsche and Mercedes to offer sporty two-seater in the US market. The type TD was the conclusion of the TF series. With a modern front axle and partially integrated headlights this Roadster built the bridge to its modern successor.
Our MG TF from 1954 is a left-hand drive and was extensively restored before 2013. Since then he has been admitted in Germany. The sports car needs a service and off you go, as soon as the sun is shining.
- front: drum
- rear: drum
- car will be delivered with new service