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1963 MG MIDGET Mk1                                                                                                                              4 cylinder 1098cc. 4 Speed manual

Original Right hand drive  

History:  I have a bee in my bonnet about design. In my opinion the first iteration of a design is usually the best. Think about the Jaguar XK 120 as compared to the overweight 150.  Ok there can obvious improvements in comfort and- or performance but messing abut with the body design rarely improves it. The Mk1 Midget to my mind is a great example. The clean lines, with just the simple windscreen unobstructed by quarter-lights breaking the sweep from head to tail light. This is a sweet example restored some years ago. Not for the perfectionist but a really good solid example perfect for someone who appreciates these early cars and wants to use it and possibly improve it. Number-plate by separate negotiation. 

 

£9,995