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MG F-TYPE MAGNA STILES 'THREESOME SPORTS' TOURER For Sale (1932)
|The matching numbers F-Type now offered is an extensively restored example with alloy 'Threesome Sports' body by Stiles - the 'Threesome' moniker referring to the layout of two front seats plus dickey. The distinctive design was penned by Frederick Stiles, who had been the British concessionaire and racing team manager for Alfa Romeo and commissioned some 30 such bodies from renowned coachbuilder James Young. Only five of these Stiles-bodied F-Types are known to have survived, of which the sale car is chassis F1286. It was delivered new on July 4th, 1932 to a Mr. A L Watson of London. In 1999 it was acquired as a restoration project by a Dutchman who proceeded to refurbish it to a very high standard between 2002 and 2010. The bodywork, Dark Blue paintwork, Grey-painted wire wheels, Grey interior trim and four-speed manual gearbox are all in 'excellent' order. The straight-six engine has recently been the subject of an extensive overhaul by a well-known Dutch MG specialist.|
The F-Type Magna range was only produced between 1931 and 1932 and was created to fill the evident gap that existed between the very affordable M-Type Midget and the far dearer 18/80 range of cars. It was effectively a six-cylinder, longer wheelbase version of the four-cylinder D-Type launched at the same time, and therefore featured a newly designed, riveted steel chassis with sliding trunnion suspension, underslung rear axle and centre-lock wire wheels. Though supposedly new, the 1271cc engine was in fact an extended version of the Wolseley Hornet unit, but equipped with dummy side covers in order to appear to be of fresh design. Its power output was 37.2bhp and it drove to the rear wheels via a straight-cut ENV gearbox. In hood-down guise, the Magna was capable of 72mph-plus flat out.
MG PB Brooklands with Racing Provenance (1936)
It is with great pleasure that we are able to offer this 1936 MG PB Supercharged race car with extensive history from 1936 to present day. The current owner, who has competed in the car, has decided to .....
ORIGINAL F2 MG MAGNA (1932)
This MG is a original F2 Magna F1444 reg no MG1921 (not a F1 conversion) registered on the triple m register no 1860 (www.triple-mregister) also on the F2 register run by Ian Ross (www.fmagna.org.uk) .....
1931 MG 18/80 MK1 Four Door Fabric Body Saloon
Chassis number 4FS/6713
Engine Number JC11080 2468cc six cylinder.
Registration MG 1124
Four owners from new. The first, Dr H Gordon Tucker used the car daily from new until 1969 covering over .....
1932 MG Magna F Type Salonette
Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1932 MG F type Magna Salonette For Sale.
A rare survivor of the few hundred built. This car is absolutely jewel like in its appearance & condition. It has .....
MG F Magna Supercharged (1931)
1931; 2 Seater MG F Magna Supercharged (by Godfrey Marshall and totally reconditioned by specialist Derek Chin Ltd); Green/Full Apple Green Connolly Hide by Collingburn (the Best prewar MG upholsterer) .....
1937 MG SA DROPHEAD COUPE By TICKFORD
Sold by Beaulieu Garage to a local student in 1966 for the princely sum of £30. We have some interesting pictures of it outside his parents house in Lymington; though in rather poorer condition than it .....
MG PB MM Eligible (1935)
Introduced in 1935, the MG PB had the bigger 939cc engine compared to the 847cc of the PA. MG managed to design this ‘big block’ by increasing its bore to 60mm and keeping the 43mm stroke. The PB also .....
1932 MG J4 Replica for sale in Hampshire..
The 'J' Series Midget was to make its first appearance in August 1932 just
prior to the Motor Show of that year. Replacing the 'M' Type, this new model
was available as a two seater (J2) or four seat .....