1952 MG-TD/C Mk II *** FOR SALE ***

Cars For Sale / Wanted
Added: September 13, 2018 Modified: September 13, 2018
  • Location: London, ON, Canada

This English roadster is a MATCHING NUMBERS car and an ideal specimen if you are looking for a fun, reliable driver, or a candidate for a full restoration.

The Woodland Green exterior is rust-free and very straight. There are some chips and dings, one crack in the exterior finish and the paint around the fuel filler neck is worn. All gauges are original and functioning. The black leather interior, cloth convertible top and tonneau cover are in good condition. The frame is solid and in very good condition.

The car starts easily, runs great and drives very well. It has been regularly maintained, it is stored in a heated facility in the off-season, and is being sold ‘certified’ by Peter Klein Motors in London, Canada.

MG-TDs were produced from late 1949 to August 1953. This car is the ‘racing version’. Fewer than 1,000 of these cars were produced in 1952. This particular car was manufactured on April 4, 1952 (I’ve owned it since 1983).

Hagerty is the leading insurance agency for collector vehicles and host to the largest network of classic are owners. They recommend the MGTD as one of the Top 6 classic convertibles to purchase under USD $20,000, saying, “The MG T-Series delivers a pure 1940s / early 1950s British driving experience, and the TD is no exception. Its mechanicals are robust and mostly easy to source, which makes ownership relatively straightforward.”

More photos on Instagram; search @52_mg
Video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/lF1moq83fAs

Asking CAD $25,000. Serious offers will be considered.


Posted by: Randy Timmins

Telephone: 15198721909
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