Wednesday, July 17, 2013

23 of 50: Ethyl: 1952 MG TD, Survivor

The MG T-series introduced cool handling convertibles to a generation of US servicemen during WWII and many of them found their way back to the states after the war. The MG TD was sold from 1950-1953 as an improvement over MG's (Morris Garage) previous generation TC and it featured such novel items as illuminated gauges and rack-and-pinion steering, but this time the bulk were sold new in the USA.  Find this 1952 MG TD for sale in Agawam, MA currently bidding on ebay for $5,377 with 2 days to go.


The ad is classic CAPTAIN CAPSLOCK rambling, but the seller does include a surprisingly large amount of information when compared to a typical CAPSLOCKINSON's sufferer.


Now the question is: restore, or roll it as-is cosmetically?

This feature is part of Daily Turismo's birthday celebration of 50 cars in 24 hours..

2 comments:

  1. Roll it as-is!

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  2. ^this.

    At this price, who cares? I'll take two!

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