The Midget, arguably one of the brand's best-known cars , is a nippy little roadster and was in production from to The car used an identical engine to the Sprite: I have owned this fun buggy since summer Price on request Dealer. Simen , Norway The Norwegian customs was impressed by the car, and it was easy to bring the car through with all the right papers.
1972 MG Midget
The MG version was intended to be slightly more upmarket, with trim options that included leather seats and a wider range of colours. In Peugeot released the Cabriolet, also styled by Pininfarina and featuring strong visual similarities to the ADO34, especially at the near-identical rear. These gearboxes are weak and spare parts are almost impossible to obtain now. New hood, refurbished dash, cappings, gearbox. No cost or obligation. The car benefits from almost a year's MoT and recent rear suspension work by ourselves.
Boston Area MG Club - For Sale
Much like the MGB, the Midget was the last of the great sports cars of the 's, being built right up until , but in the same sad twist as the MGB, resulted in it being deprived of its looks, its dignity and its glory. Late, but then again, I've received the Triumph on the 25th of April with full satisfaction. Frank , Holland Thank you very much for the delivery of the MK2, including all the necessary documents. The way the doors need closing or the windows winding, the noise from first gear, the way it takes corners, I could go on and on, its just what I always thought it would be — and then some. These revised cars were initially presented with matt black-painted windscreen surrounds but this proved very unpopular and after only a few hundred had been built the Midget reverted to the original brushed alloy. A hard top, heater, radio and luggage rack were available as factory-fitted extras.
Mr Vanilla- Are you unemployed? I rewired the engine bay upgrading everything I could whilst keeping it eligible for the MG Challenge Group C standard. The brakes on these little cars are very reliable when in good condition. Things that have gone wrong are really just a reflection of the cars age. I found it all quite fascinating, and Peter very patient, putting up with my mistakes and endless questions.