Note: It was discovered after this video was made that this car is a 1951 model, and not a 1953.

Offered for sale is this absolutely stunning example of the final generation T-Series Midget from MG, a 1951 TD Roadster in beautiful bright red over red leather, and with an older documented restoration. This gorgeous car has a deep glossy finish in excellent condition, with immaculate chrome and brightwork, and exceptional build quality. All the weatherstrip and seals were replaced when restored, and the body fully disassembled for refinishing. The engine was also rebuilt and refinished, with new carburetors, alternator, starter, and accessories. A quick pull of the starter switch fires the 1250cc XPAG engine immediately to life, and it runs very smoothly through the 4-speed manual "Synchromesh" transmission. The interior trim is beautifully finished, with a restored wooden dashboard and original Jaeger mechanical gauges. It has a new Stayfast Beige soft top, though there are no side windows. It comes with a full (zippered) tonneau cover, original workshop manuals, wiring diagram, owner's manual, spare alternator, the two original carbs, many receipts and photos of the restoration. There is no rust anywhere on this vehicle, and it is a fantastic driver. Ready to show! Please see the video for more information and a test drive.


    • Andres Eduardo Rodriguez Ortuño
      Andres Eduardo Rodriguez Ortuño

      Very descriptive video awesome car

      about 17 days ago
    • Michael Converse
      Michael Converse

      Such a neat car. All cars from that era leaked. I don’t care it’s an MG, a VW, a Mercedes, or a Chevy. That just how it was. All cars from this era required maintenance but as long as you kept up with it, reliability was fine

      about 2 months ago
    • Augustus Caesar
      Augustus Caesar

      I just love these cars and this Summer here in the UK ihas been perfect weather for them, ten weeks, no rain and 30c. Such style, modern cars have little interest for me, all look the same and you can't work on them.

      about 1 year ago
    • UBD6L

      Beautiful car, just perfect

      By the way, back compartment is for the windows, the tool compartment is under the hood of the car

      about 1 year ago
    • Jody Prather
      Jody Prather

      You might want to check the site for the build date of your MGTD... It is listed as a 1953 however the tail lights are not round and the horn button is from an earlier year.  That is not bad however because the earlier the year the more value.  Yes, I am one of those purist but you have a beautiful MG.

      about 1 year ago
    • ulflei

      This car is awesome I have to checkout the price for it, I would give my SL up for that thing and buy it

      about 1 year ago
    • Larry Lindquist
      Larry Lindquist

      You state that this is an example of the final generation of the “T Series MG's”. Perhaps you’ve forgotten about the TF's

      about 1 year ago
    • Ralph Hardwick
      Ralph Hardwick

      We have long since realised here in the UK that you can only get so miserable, wet and cold before it plateau's which is why we have convertibles here.

      about 1 year ago
    • Bogdan Djuric
      Bogdan Djuric

      Your voice is so cool.Your fan from the balkans

      about 1 year ago