SOLD*****1946 MG TC - dismantled*****SOLD

Cars For Sale / Wanted
Added: January 17, 2017 Modified: March 14, 2017
  • Location: Somerset, United Kingdom

Registration No: GOK 613

Dismantled during 70s, before being acquired by present owner. Complete car with some minor parts missing. Major components generally in good condition, some repaired or restored, other components are new replacements. Dry stored.

Chassis
No corrosion, straight, painted. Would benefit from undoing unnecessary modifications and inserting fish plates to rear end of box section stress razors.

Axles, Suspension, Wheels and Brakes
Require overhaul.

Steering
Bishop Cam steering box overhauled with Autocraft kit, remaining components require overhaul.

Engine and Gearbox
Complete and intact since last run. Require overhaul.

Body
New ash frame kit, original body irons ( brackets ). Bonnet, petrol tank and wings sound require restoration.

Interior and Weather Equipment
Require refurbishment.

Electrical System
New loom; starter, dynamo and regulator, and wiper motor overhauled; lights partially overhauled, some new switches and controls.

Instruments
All gauges restored.

Price: 12,500 ono *****SOLD*****

Further enquiries: contact David Barnes on df.barnes8@btinternet.com








Posted by: David Barnes

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