1961 MGA Mk2
First registered 25.10.1961
Sought after UK market RHD car
Original factory colour is black with red interior which is quite rare
It would be a stunning colour combination once restored to it's former glory
Dry stored since the 80's
Good base for a restoration
MGA Cabriolet 1961 Disc brakes front
This beautiful MGA was built in 1961 and executed in a white lacquer with a black interior and a black soft-top. This model of the MGA is equipped with the 1.489 cc four-cylinder engine with a manual gearbox. Recently, maintenance was done at the MGA in our .....
- This car was new delivered in the USA
- has now Belgian registration documents
- is complete restored
- mechanically 100%
- Tip Top condition
- only 8.530 miles/13.727Km
We are selling this perfect restored MGA , it has no rust and the paintjob is like new . every piece of .....
This is your chance to own a true survivor!
This rust free 1958 MGA has less than 25k miles showing, which, when you view the car, is i believe correct.
It runs and drives very well and comes complete with soft top, side screens and an almost brand new spare wire wheel.
The car, as far as i can .....
This rare 1959 MGA Twin Cam coupe. Right hand drive. Has been older restoration in the UK. Chassis number YM1/1383.
Greek registration papers, and
include FIA Historic Vehicle Identity Form & Passport Technique Historic.
Does not have the twin cam engine.
Currently fitted with an 1500cc MGA engine. .....
1957 MGA 1500 Roadster with wire wheels for restoration . The car has been off the road many years and is not running . It is mostly complete including the original 1500cc drivetrain . It has what would be deemed typical rust for the marque .The original chassis is sound and overall the car is in .....
When the MGA arrived in 1955, it must have come as quite a shock to MG aficionados who had become used to the now dated pre-war look of the company's sports cars. However, taste and styling were moving ahead in the early 1950’s with desirable and attractive cars being available from BMC’s main competitors .....
Advertising on behalf of a friend This 1963 MGA Coupe has spent most of its life in Zimbabwe. It was imported back to the UK in 2017 by its current owner.
43,000 miles showing and believed to be genuine. It’s absolutely rust and rot free and never had any welding work whatsoever. I’ve recently .....
A beautiful and superbly restored 1956 MG A 1500 MK1 Roadster. Over a four years period, from 2012 to 2015, this car underwent most thorough ‘Bare-Metal’ restoration. A Dutch restoration company carried the restoration out to an exacting standard. The process has been carefully recorded with a complete .....
1958 MGA Roadster - last owner 21 years
This MGA Roadster - is an older restoration extensively rebuilt early 1990s, imported to the UK and converted to RHD.
Whilst in the USA a 3 bearing MGB engine was fitted during the late 1960s/early 1970s.
Good hood, side screens and tonneau cover.
MGB Roadster – Photographic Restoration
The MGB was launched by MG Cars in May 1962 to replace the MGA and remained in manufacture until 22 October 1980. In the second half of 1974 the car was redesigned in order to meet USA crash/headlight regulations and the ‘rubber bumper’ cars went into .....
This wonderful MGA Mk1 roadster is an original UK RHD, presented in the dream combination of red with a beige interior; it also has a matching red soft top. I have had the car for over 6 years and it has been the most reliable classic I have owned. More recently, the car has starred in many TV shows, .....
MG A Roadster, 1956, chassis HDT4320747, engine n. 10826, LHD, ASI 4836 Italian Registration.
Nice and solid roadster, fun and easy to drive, this LHD MGA 1500 built in 1956 is in proper body condition and in excellent mechanical shape. It’s a honest and strong car and it has been professionally .....
A 1973 MGB Roadster in Red with black trim, great condition and overdrive.
The MGB was the natural successor the MGA and came along in 1962 in roadster form and with the introduction of the MGB GT coupe in 1965, both models continued in production until 1980.
All MGB utilised the BMC B-series engine .....