The MGA was one of the first majorly restyled cars from Morris Garages after World War II and represented a significant break from traditional open-fender styling. Today the MGA (available as a coupe or roadster) is a surprisingly affordable car for all of its sleek 1950's styling and a good example will cost you less than the rustiest Jag/Austin-Healey/Mercedes junk pile from the same era. Like its predecesor, the MG TF, it is a body on frame car, but offered a surprising number of technological advancements like rack-and-pinion steering, independent front
The MGA is powered by the BMC B-series, a 1.5 liter inline 4 cylinder overhead valve engine that puts out 72 horsepower. It isn't a fast car, but it makes up for speed with sheer classy looks and style.
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