1954 MGTF Sequoia Cream/Ivory with green interior as per original factory dispatch. Full total professional frame up restoration including new wood, metal, and engine rebuild. Nissonger re-screened and rebuilt instruments. New wiring harness, brakes, wire wheels, Vredstein tires, suspension springs coils and rubbers, stainless steel exhaust. All chrome triple re-plated. Totally new seats with leather/vinyl interior as per original specs. New carpet, top, toneau cover ,side curtains. Electronic ignition and fuel pump. Runs better than new. Much, much more. Contact for more specifics.
It was the end of an era. Sports cars were starting to become more civilized as well as better performing and MG was struggling to keep up.
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’62 E-type parked 35 years nearly doubles pre-sale estimated value
First major collector car sale on the African continent
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Bespoke vehicles loaded with homages to the famed marque’s past