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MG A

MG A

MG A

1957 MGA

MG A

1959 MGA 1600

MGA Coupé

MGA Coupé

MG B

MG B

 

MGB with hard top

 

MGB 1976

 

MGB 1974

 

MGB details

MG TC, TD & TF

MG TC, TD & TF 1945-1949

 

MG Y

MG Y

The brochure refers to the car alternatively as the "One and a Quarter Litre" and the "Four cylinder series Y".

MG Maestro

MG Maestro

A sporty version of the Maestro family saloon

MG Maestro 2000 EFil

MG Maestro 2000 EFil
 

1985 MG Maestro 2.0 Efi

1985 MG Maestro 2.0 Efi

MG Magnette

MG Magnette

MG is famous for its sports cars, but the saloons have always had a fair following.

Most of them are badge-engineered models from the BMC stables (see Austin, Morris, Riley or Wolseley for similar vehicles).

1957 MG Magnette

1957 MG ZB Magnette

The MG Magnette ZA was introduced in October 1954. Easily recognisable by the curved chrome moulding on the front wing.

MG Metro

MG Metro

1985 MG Metro Turbo

1985 MG Metro Turbo

Sports interior

Sports interior

MG Midget

MG Midget

The range started in 1961 with the MK 1, which was also sold as the Austin Healy Sprite Mk 2.

Humber Super Snipe Series I-III 1957-1962

Humber Super Snipe Series I-III 1957-1962

 

Jaguar S (1963-1968)

Jaguar S (1963-1968)

1963 Jaguar S

1963 Jaguar S
 
 

1963 Jaguar S

1963 Jaguar S
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