1953 MG TD with trunk rack for sale. Turnkey, Matching serial numbers. My mother has been the owner for the last fifteen years. It was bought as a frame-up restore by my parents. They fell in love with MG”s before kids (me) and finally got one. Nancy and my father enjoyed it for years, she enjoyed it years after he passed. But she just turned 89 and can't get in and out of it anymore.
It has a great paint job, new top and tonto cover. None of it has ever seen a full day of sunlight. Garage kept, of course. If you're serious about an MG, it would be a smart move to look at this one. There is nothing that needs to be done. All the switches and blinkers work. Paint is like new tiers are good. I am not a dealer and this is a private car.
This has been kept up by local shops her MG club uses. new breaks two years ago. (500 miles maybe).
Everything is in excellent shape with less than 2000 miles on the engine since the last rebuild 2015.
Plexiglas side windows, tow bar, parts, touchup paint, spare water pump, and a set of Wentworth wrenches, filters and more to list. I have to my mother’s house to pick up all the stuff so I can list it.
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