A brief history
The MG TA was brought to Austria by a British army officer in the 1940s.
The car was left in Austria and became the first racing car of the young Erich Breinsberg, where he raced in a few hill climb competitions. The original 4 cylinder engine eventually gave up, and was soon replaced with a 6 cylinder engine, which kept the car on the racing scene of the small formula series, where Erich was successful driver in the late 60’s.
More history information on request.
Now for the more recent history…
The present owner had the car transported from Austria to Brooklands BodyCraft in England, where the car had an Aluminium Racing body made, and was fitted with a 6 cylinder 14HP Hornet engine built and fitted by John Seber.
The present owner took the car on a successful Mille Milia Tour in May this year.
The car comes with a tonneau cover and is presently registered in Germany
Price for this car in euros 60,000
Conversion rate shown in GBP calculated on 14th October 2017
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Matching numbers (original MPJG Engine)