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Previously Sold MG's at The Classic Connection


MG Roadster 1967 F registration, British racing green with black leather interior and black removable soft top. This is a stunning Heritage shell restored car which was completed in 1999 by a very well know MG restorer; it is in amazing condition having only covered 12,000 miles since. It is without doubt the best MG I have driven, the paint and gaps are absolutely superb. Not the cheapest but the best. Owned and cherished by the previous owner for thirteen years, sold to the last owner by ourselves two years ago. Includes history file. Just been serviced and Mot’d.


MGB Roadster 1976 R registration, bright red with black leather interior and black mohair hood. This stunning MG has been restored to a very high standard around 20,000 miles ago. It has perfect gaps and exceptional paint finish, the chrome is as new. The interior and hood are new, the wheels are new chrome mini lites. The engine bay is detailed with alloy rocker cover, chrome pancake air filters, Kenlowe fan, full stainless steel exhaust system. The underside has been undersealed to protect it since restoration. This MG is fantastic fun to drive, the engine and four speed gearbox with overdrive are as smooth as they could be.


MGA Twin Cam 1960 Iris blue with red leather interior, YGO180 was first registered 15th March 1960 to FLT.SGT Norman J Burr he retained the car for four years and then sold to the second owner who had it for twenty four years. This car is the most original twin cam left I should imagine as it has had no welding what so ever and there is no evidence of it ever needing any. The history file is incredible and goes back to 1960. 80,000 documented miles from new. When it was ordered it’s extras were luggage rack, heater, oil cooler, competition seats, cigar lighter, radio, windscreen washers, sun visors, de luxe headlamps and headlamp flasher and additional horn. The interior was specially ordered in red as appose to black. The car won many concourse competitions in the eighties and has featured in many calendars and publications. It is well know in the club and is surely an unrepeatable piece of MG history being so original throughout. It looks fantastic and it drives incredibly well.


MG TA 1936, British Racing Green with cream interior and black soft top and full tonneau cover. Full body off restoration to a very high standard has been carried out on this gorgeous MG that was first registered on 15th October 1936. There are two box files of history including log books going back to the forties, masses of bills and receipts. A selection of spares containing the original steering column as it has been upgraded with a VW unit which is a common conversion are also included. During the painstaking restoration the following was done: MPJG Engine re-bored Plus 20th and-new pistons. Head converted for lead free. New phosphor bronze valve guides. Water pump rebuilt. All new wiring harness. Correct Jaeger instruments including water gauge. Correct fuel changeover valve. New S/steel fuel tank. New brakes with Alfin drums and soft grab shoes. New road springs with graphite grease then wrapped. This really is a stunning car throughout, must be one of the very best available on the market today.


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