Looking for 'Betsy', probably an MG TA

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Added: November 22, 2018
  • Location: Unknown, Unknown, United Kingdom

Looking for 'Betsy', probably an MG TA, although perhaps a TB or TC, last known whereabouts, England, 1957

A sentimental shot in the dark, I am attempting to determine the fate of the car described above, and shown in the attached scan of a 60+ year old photograph.

My father met and married my mother in England, and returned with her to Canada in October of 1957, departing from Liverpool. I believe the car was sold and remained in England upon their departure. I am not in possession of chassis or serial numbers.

My father and mother have both been deceased for many years, so I have no means of obtaining or providing further information.

I would be pleased to receive any further insight or advice.

Posted by: Sean Driscoll

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