MG T Series Engine

Parts For Sale / Wanted
Added: February 6, 2017 Modified: February 6, 2017
  • Location: Crickhowell, Powys, United Kingdom

MG TB/C/D/F ENGINE. Fully Rebuilt by Ron Ward to 1360cc approx. This is a fast road engine built to a very high spec,,,, The engine has only done running-in miles. Also with the engine there is a type 9 Ford 5 Speed Gearbox, This was going to be fitted to my MG TA,,, Please Phone for details,,, This engine is ready to go,,,, 4,800 GBP.

Posted by: Mark Hillier

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