The T-series was a range of small body on frame roadsters that were produced by the famous British companym, MG. The first model, the TA, was first introduced in 1936 but production was halted by the onset of WW2. The TC was the first model produced after the war and was well regarded as the model that started the sports car crazy in the United States. It used the venerable 1,250cc pushrod engine with a 7.4:1 compression that pumped out a solid 54.5hp. Despite only ever being produced in RHD, the cars were extremely popular around the world.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this nice 1949 MG TC for your consideration. The car received an older restoration and is wonderful shape with just a bit of classic patina to give it some charm. The body is finished in a classic shade of black and has excellent paint quality. The car is accented by grey wire wheels, bronze colored radiator fins, Chrome radiator shell and a hood mascot, black and chrome trim as well as a tan soft top. A rear mounted spare tire and large Lucas headlights complete the look. The soft top is very nice and even features the rare side curtain windows. The interior features camel colored leather that is in wonderful shape. The wooden dashboard is perfect and has very classic and simple instrumentation. The large factory wheel is in excellent shape. Under the hood is clean and very well detail and the car is in excellent mechanical shape. A wonderful car to enjoy and take to events and club rallies, you won't be disappointed one bit with this charming British Classic.
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