When you want a cut-above classic for an exceptional price, you need to check out this 1973 MG Midget. Besides being from the chrome bumper years, there are some cool upgrades so that this classic roadster has an extra sporty personality.
Because owning an MG stands out in the crowd, there's no better way to draw attention than a bold red. It was a quality application, which tells you this convertible has been treated with respect. You can even feel how well-kept this is in the way the doors shut with authority. This is a MkIII car, which means you get the full chrome front and rear. Plus, if the weather turns wet, these later cars have roll up windows and a nice folding roof to keep your dry for the drive home. And for added distinction are minilite-style wheels with proper MG center caps.
Inside, high-back bucket seats mean this small car still knows how to provide individual space. And the cloth surface is exactly what you want on a car that's meant to be open to the world. There are nice sport upgrades inside like the wood-rimmed steering wheel and roll bar that adds rigidity. Plus, the AM/FM/CD stereo gives you modern tunes in your vintage European convertible.
MkIII cars were also upgraded to the 1275cc motor. When you look at the size of the engine bay and the dual Weber carburetors, it's quite an impressive powerplant. The motor fires up with a sporty tone that suggests this Midget is mightier than its size... and that's part of the car's charm. The setup is specifically built for you to take advantage of the fully-synchronized four-speed gearbox and get the most out of this motor. The light body weight, independent front suspension, and front disc brakes all contribute to the sporting attitude.
Still fun after all these years, this Midget is an awesome entry-level roadster whose size is inversely related to the amount of fun it offers. Call today!!!