The car was purchased from my Cousin. She parked it in her garage and there it sat for 30 years until I saw it and asked her what she was going to do with it, she had every intention of having it restored but after 30 years she was ready to part with it so I purchased it from her so I could restore it for myself. It has all been restored with original MG parts. I did all the work myself which took a year a hard work and searching to get the right parts. The interior has been completely redone with updated original parts, I covered the seat myself as well. I have had it in several local car shows and have won an award at one of the shows. This is a great little car but i am ready to part with it myself and move on to my next project.
The engine is a straight 6 dual carburated, I was told that it is an MG racing engine, 4 speed with overdrive, I replaced the clutch and throw-out barring, radiator, water pump and anything else that needed to be replaced.
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