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1952 MGTD Mark II Competition Roadster, All Numbers Matching, Only 7,701 Miles!

1952 MG T-Series Mark 2

Make: MG
Model: T-Series
SubModel: TD
Type: Roadster
Trim: Mark 2
Year: 1952
Mileage: 7,701
VIN: XPAGTD213826
Color: Cream
Engine: 4 Cylinder, 1250 cm3 / 76.3 CUI
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Houston, Texas, United States
Extras
Convertible, Leather Seats
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Description for MG T-Series 1952

Here is agorgeous example of the iconic MGTD Mark II models! This exquisite Mark II competition roadster is number 1,127 of only 1,710 ever built between 1950 and 1953. Out of that limited production, just 700 units were a left-hand wheel, set aside for export to the U.S. market.

Under the bonnet, one's eyes are immediately drawn to its charming craftsmanship, nicely accentuated by the aluminum valve cover, chromed air breathers, satin finish SU carburetors and the brilliance of the brass radiator mantel - all original, and numbers matching!

A complete frame-up restoration was done circa 1969. After restoration, this Competition Roadster was only used as a Sunday driver for many years, then it semi-retired and it was only driven a few times a year to shows and parades in Riverside, CA

This formidable machine, although a viable trailer-queen, can be best appreciated full throttle on the road, a reminiscent of its competition days! Always stored inside and well maintained, odometer reads 7,701, believed to be original miles.

Recently restored to enhance its attributes and preserve its original '69 patina. It proudly bears minor character trades that handsomely attest to itsjourney. This MKll drives and shows incredibly well and it is ready for its next chapter.

TRADES

I will consider all reasonable trade offers, send full details and pictures

Trade must be of same quality and worth at least $45,000

Open to partial trades plus cash on your end or mine

Each party responsible for their own delivery and TTL

SWEETENING THE DEAL!

- With the full asking price, I will offer to include the following…

- FREE DELIVERY in anenclosed carrier, anywhere in the contiguous 48-states

- All TTL fees and classic plates will be paid for by the seller

SPECS

1952 MG TD Mark II

XPAG highly tuned engine

8.1:1 compression ratio

4 Cylinder, 1250 cm3 / 76.3 CUI

58hp at 5,500 rpm

Competition Roadster

Convertible T-Series

RWD 4 Speed Manual Transmission

Leather Seats

Gasoline Engine

Independent front suspension

Andrex dampers

Higher ratio rear axle

Semi-elliptic rear spring with live rear axle

Four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes

Dual SU carburetors

Twin fuel pumps

ALL ORIGINAL, MATCHING NUMBERS

VIN: XPAGTD213826

Code: EXL (export)

Engine: 13826

Body: 23945

Body Type: 22381

Production: 1127 of 1710

Manifold: 188422

TDC: 13803

Radiator: 43170-02627

FEATURES

Matching Convertible Top

Tonneau Cover

All Side Curtains

Custom Car Cover

Wind Wings

Luggage Rack

Fog Light

Fender Mirrors

Chrome Headlights

Badges Bar

Full-Size Spare

Original Owner’s Manual

MG Maintenance Book

CONDITION

All Matching Numbers Car

Brilliant Chrome

Clear Glass

Near Perfect Paint

Supple Leather Seats

Lots of Power

Starts Right Up

Quick Accelerations

Tight Transmission

Drives Straight

All Metal Body

No Fiberglass Parts

No Accidents

No Dents

No Rust

NEW PARTS AND SERVICE

Brand new set of tires, zero miles!

Brand new 12vl battery

New electronic ignition

New rotor, coil, and plugs

New breaded ground cable

New throttle return spring

New oil change and oil filter

Complete tune-up

New brake light switch

New tachometer gearbox

New motor-meter radiator cap

New wiper blades

New threshold plates

New wheel trim rings

Reupholstered door panels

Reupholstered leather seats

Fully detailed

HISTORY

Prior to the start of WWII, Britain had been a leader in the world of affordable sports cars and one of the top manufacturers had been MG automobiles. Representing Morris Garage, which had started as an agent for the other British brand of automobile that used that same name, MG was designed for the sporting crowd. While better known for producing economical sportsters, there were a few custom coachwork versions on MG chassis produced and these were a favorite among anyone who felt a little extra need for speed. MG cars were well engineered and lived up to their company slogan of "Safety Fast."