In today's world of driverless cars and 100 horsepower lawn tractors, why would anyone want a 54 horsepower sports car? The answer is simple-the driving experience. This car is fun to drive. It rewards the driver who knows what a double clutch downshift is.The car was purchased from an enthusiast who regularly brought the car to club events. We did a complete mechanical service including a complete brake job, a front suspension overhaul including new bushings and springs, and a new top. A spin on oil filter conversion was installed for better oil filtration and easier filter change. Directional signals were added in a proper period manner for driving safely on today's highways.1952 MG TD Chassis #TD16241. 53,681 miles from new. Sequoa Cream with Red leather interior.A rear luggage rack, tonneau cover, and owner's manual are included with the car..?Now is a great time to re-live the excitment of 1950's driving!
The Pick of the Day can be seen as an archaic throwback or a piece of motoring authenticity
The Pick of the Day is ready for adventure at an affordable price
Have you ever heard the story of Ken Block’s Gymkhana cars?
The 1980s weren’t exactly a high point for sports cars, but the decade still birthed some desirable pieces of machinery
Dana Mecum is selling car long owned by Dean Jeffries
Sale takes place Saturday afternoon, December 8
Track is rough, but vintage racers eager for the opportunity to race into the darkness