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MGA Twin Cam roadster, 1959. Original RHD matching numbers home market car in Glacier Blue (original factory colour).
Chassis No. YD1/1025
Engine No. 647
Supplied new by University Motors to SQN Leader Tim Meadows Clutterbuck DFC, the original sales invoice is present with the car.
Owned by myself for the past 7 years, the car was subject to a 2 year nut and bolt restoration, and has covered just over 1,000 miles since completion. The engine was rebuilt by Peter Woods (Westwood Portway) using a new old stock cylinder head, tuftrided crank, and forged alloy pistons. The compression ratio is 8.5:1.
Currently in Le Mans/Sebring configuration, the car comes with bumpers, windscreen, side screens and hood/frame - all in as new condition, and simple to re-configure the car to standard set-up.
Featured in Stuart Codlings book 'The Art Of The Classic Sportscar' (2017).
Restored at a total cost of ~ £70,000 with invoices to verify.
Genuine Dunlop steel wheels, and a complete original tool kit and jack, this is one of the finest Twin Cams in the world. Totally reliable, great performance and stunning looks, the car is being sold at considerably less than the restoration costs in order to fund my next project.
Available to view and test drive anytime.
£58,000 or near offer.
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