Built from a bare chassis 10 years ago, my 1946 MG TC is now offered for sale. Some of the work undertaken includes...
Rebuilt engine (correct MG crested block), with lightened flywheel, unleaded cyclinder head with larger valves and bronze guides.
Rebuilt TC Gearbox.
Larger bore stainless steel exhaust system.
Rebuilt Diff with TA ratios for better cruising.
Phoz. Bronze brake master and slave cylinders.
New stub axles machined from solid billet.
Tapered half-shafts with improved oil seals.
Telescopic front shock absorbers.
Brand new steel-skinned body tub.
New leather seats and interior (Mike Collingburn).
Walnut dash with chronometric rev counter and speedo.
New centre-laced wheels.
Full weather equipment.
Less than 2000 miles since complete rebuild/restoration.
Much admired in the MG pre-war colour scheme of two-tone green with green leather interior. Very presentable and utterly reliable. I've just put it through an M.O.T. (March 2019) which it passed with no issues.
Recent completion of another project (an MG TC special) means lack of time to keep both exercised, hence the reason for sale.
MG TC “Midget”, year 1948.
Colour Almond green with a beige leather interior. Beige canvas hood, side-screens and a black tonneau-cover. This magnificent MG TC was body-off restored in the Netherlands.....
This TC is a very well known successful race car. A previous championship winner Im told.... It bears its battle scars and Id never change them. Nothing serious, just that lovely, business like appearance.....
SOLD! Please find more cars at - details above Truely unique MG T-Type TC, It will be hard to find a more original example! This MG has been sold new in the United States California and stayed it's.....
Beautiful MG TC 1949, In Black with Red leather interior. Beige hood and side screens. Drives beautifully. Just undergone some fettling in our workshops. Tax and MoT exempt. A lovely example of this.....
The MG TC is an important milestone in the history of the brand. During the Second World War, the English car factories were used for military purposes, as was the MG factory. It is not surprising.....