SOLD***** 1954 MG TF 1250 - Dismantled - STE 959 *****SOLD

Cars For Sale / Wanted
Added: May 20, 2017 Modified: June 14, 2017
  • Location: Kidderminster, North Worcestershire, United Kingdom

We have owned this car for 51 years and it is a rolling chassis, it is an almost complete car and we do have some spares that would go with the car if needed. It has matching numbers, chassis plates, a green logbook and a V5, the rolling chassis is rust free as is nearly everything else and has been dry stored since about 1977, a lot of parts are in good condition and it is ready for restoration.

The body tub needs replacing, the left hand front wing and rear wings would need some welding and the doors would repair, the engine has been oiled and turned.

The instrument panel is complete but would need careful restoration.

Anyone wishing to convert the car to have wire wheels there is a choice of chrome or silver all with tyres and available separately.

From new it was a constabulary car and it has good history and has been a much loved vehicle, a downsizing house move has prompted this sale. £7,400 ono *****SOLD*****


Posted by: Tony

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