Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to offer this
attractive and elegant 1947 MG TC Roadster. In the world of
sportscars no genre has the cult following quite like British
roadsters and among this class the long line of MGs stand out the
most. Following the conclusion of WWII MG came out swinging with
the TC. While it was mechanically similar to it's predecessor, the
TB, it got many mechanical improvements such as a higher
compression ratio, hydraulically adjusted timing chain tensioner
and a 12 volt electrical system. This particular example is quite
handsome in its Ivory and Green paint with color coordinated wire
wheels. As you walk around this vehicle you'll notice nice details
such as the rear mounted spare, bold front grill and fenders that
sweep into running boards. The interior is nicely appointed in
green leather and features right hand drive just as it would in
England. Under the bonnet is a 1250 cc inline 4 cylinder which was
factory rated at 54.5 horsepower. With it's close ratio 4 speed
manual imagine how this car can get up and go! If you're in the
market for a classic sports car to zip around the country in this
is the one you want to own! Options include manual top, leather
interior, seat belts and wire wheels.
1947 MG TC
Exterior Color:Ivory and Green
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