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1931 MG F-Type Magna Supercharged Sports For Sale

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  • £126,000 As stated
  • 1931
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Price £126,000 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make MG
Model F-Type Magna Supercharged
Year 1931
Country Germany
Region International
Telephone 0049 1604 356 597
Status Trade
Date 10-Oct-2020
Ref C988635
This MG F-Type has been completely stripped and rebuilt during 2012 and 2017. The six-cylinder engine has been fully rebuilt by Baynton Jones to 'fast road' specification with all new internals, including the crankshaft. It is fitted with a single-carburettor Marshall J100 supercharger, which has been totally reconditioned by specialists Derek Chinn Ltd.

The rear axle was rebuilt by Barry Forster/Baynton Jones and then fitted with a new high-ratio final drive. Barry Foster also totally rebuilt the braking system using four new drums, brake plates, shoes, and ribs/shafts, and reconditioned the Adamant steering box and other components. The radiator was rebuilt with a new shell and honeycomb, while the fuel tank, fuel lines, and electric fuel pump are all new. The electrical system has been rewired and the electrical components rebuilt.

New road springs are covered by Pritchard Gaiters, while the shock absorbers were sourced from Mike Dowley. Blockley Tyres supplied two new wheels, three reconditioned wheels, and five new tyres/tubes.

The sports body is finished in British Racing Green with Apple Green Connolly hide interior by Collingburn (arguably the best upholsterer of pre-war MGs) and has a full set of weather equipment: hood, side screens, and tonneau cover. The dashboard is L2 type containing all its original instruments (reconditioned).

Only some 600 miles have been covered since this most extensive rebuild's completion. Parts were mainly supplied by Sports & Vintage Motors Ltd in Shrewsbury, and accompanying restoration bills totalling approximately £55,000. Additional documentation consists of an old-style logbook and a V5C Registration Certificate. A newly issued FIVA Passport comes with the car.


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