MG TC Project

Cars For Sale / Wanted
Added: February 10, 2018 Modified: February 10, 2018
  • Location: Taunton, Somerset, United Kingdom

Registration No: LLM 78
Chassis No: TC 2905
Engine No: XPAG/B 92766

Export Model to Malta, Registration 8286 ( GBY )
Re-imported 30 May 1950
Present Owner since 3 January 1967.
Sole transport until summer 1970 when taken off road, dismantled and dry stored.

Components Present Condition
Chassis Shot blasted and Powder Coated
Wire Wheels Rebuilt and Stove Enamelled Silver
Engine Block Re-sleeved standard,
Crankshaft Ground, New Shell
Gearbox Rebuilt New Bearing and Seals
Body New Ash Frame kit. Some New
Panels: Wheel Arches, Scuttle,
Rear Wings, Running Boards
Interior New Leather/ Vinyl Trim kit
Instruments Refurbished
Electrical Dynamo / Starter Motor refurbished
by Lucas, many new boxed
components, New loom
Rubber New Gearbox Cover, Bonnet Seals,
Pedal Seal, Bump Stops

All other components present, some cleaned and repaired as necessary, some as dismantled.

Price: £15,500 ovno
Further Information/Pictures contact David Barnes:
mob: 07789 702887

Posted by: David Barnes

Telephone: 01823451355
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