In 1949 a small group of MG leaders, headed by John Thornley, got together to try to create a car that was acceptable to the North American marketplace while at the same time would limit the investment of the Nuffield Organization. The TD Midget, while it certainly had the appearance of a Midget, had much which was different under the skin. This 1952 MG has been owned by the same family since 1972. This un restored MG is in great condition. The 1250cc XPAG inline 4 runs excellent and the 4 speed transmission shifts great. This car has a Wisconsin title. Call or email for more info.
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