Being offered for sale is a beautifully restored 1953 MG TD. The car received a ground up total restoration by a well known restorer of vintage MGs in North Carolina. Upon completion of the restoration, the car was shown at Hershey in 1992, where it received a First Place designation in the AACA Show.
The car, with 62,480 miles, has been well maintained by the seller for the past 20 years. The dedication of his stewardship is reflected in the excellent condition of this classic British roadster. This is a turn key car needing nothing other then to be proudly driven and thoroughly enjoyed.
The car has its original engine, heater, floor jack, with crank arm, head light buckets, which have been re-chromed, and original hard cover service manual. The car comes with a full set of “period correct” tires mounted on the correct rims for show points.The top with side curtains are in excellent condition, as are the Tonneau cover and spare tire cover. The car has an upgraded walnut dash and chrome luggage rack. In the past two years, the brakes have been rebuilt, with new cylinders and brake lines, the carburetors have been rebuilt, and a new starter and battery have been installed.
This is a 1953 MG TD, which truly has to be seen in person and taken for a test drive to appreciate the quality of the roadster being offered.
Offers in line with the asking price will be considered.
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