This is a rare very original car with a lot of authentic history since leaving the MG factory in 1933. This car is confirmed by the MG car club as that in the 1933 photo published here (and elsewhere), Some of the early invoices relate to the car being serviced and repaired during its early competition years.
The engine is rebuilt and the numbers match from when it left the factory including the gearbox and body numbers.
It is painted very attractively in its original competition colours of cream and brown (known as cream cracker).
The only deviation from originality that I am aware of is that it is equipped with later 1940's MG hydraulic brakes which is somewhat reassuring when you drive it!
I have owned this for the last few years and the reason for selling is that I have just to many cars and cant drive them all, great place to be though!¬
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