MG Barn Finds

One Of My Dream Cars: Arkley SS Project

Fellow Barn Finders, this is one of those TMI (Too Much Information) posts that we writers get away with every once in a while. You see, coming across one of your dream cars for sale is a hazard of… more»

Parts or Restore? 1954 MG TF Project

As MG limped along in the early 1950s, raiding its parts bins to line-extend its T-series cars, it was hearing complaints that the TD, while comfortable, was slow. The TD meandered from 0 to 60 in over 20 seconds…. more»

Pure British: 1953 MG TD Roadster RHD

The MG Midget series, established in 1928 with the M-type, needed a successor after WWII. But budgets were tight, so the first post-war Midget was the TC, a pale evolution of the 1939 MG TB. Changes to the XPAG… more»

Summer Project: 1966 MGB Roadster

If you are someone who likes a bit of a challenge, then perhaps this grey 1966 convertible MGB Roadster might be up your street. This convertible could be ready for the summer if you put in the hours beforehand… more»

Stash Of Vintage Race Cars For Sale

From the looks of things, the seller was formerly a racer in the Sports Car Club of America. And maybe a collector of British sports cars in general. Four specific automobiles are up for sale, including two MGBs, a… more»

Running Project: 1960 MG MGA 1600

The MGA was an English sports car that replaced the MG TF 1500 Midget and was produced from 1955 to 1962. They were quite popular with sales exceeding 100,000 units, with the vast majority exported to markets like the… more»

A Week’s Work? 1959 MG MGA

I sometimes wonder why an owner would part with a restoration project with the finish line in sight. Poor health or a pending divorce could be two reasons, but the story behind this 1959 MGA is unclear. What makes… more»

Many New Parts: 1959 MG MGA Roadster

One of the most significant challenges an owner can face when purchasing a project car is determining what parts they will require to return their new toy to its pristine best. The person who buys this 1959 MGA will… more»


If you’ve never experienced an MGA, you’re really missing out on one of the finest British sports cars ever built. While it’s not the fastest or best handling, it is the perfect balance of all of those things with… more»

Prairie Project: 1958 MGA

Proof positive that there are treasures to be found amid the corn and soybeans of the American Midwest, this 1958 MGA is located in Dieterich, Illinois– just a stone’s throw from where I-57 and I-70 cross in Effingham. Advertised… more»

One Of A Kind! 1957 MGA Roadster

I’ve seen many customized MGAs before; most of the time folks try to make them look like AC Cobras. According to the third owner/seller who purchased the car in 1960, it had already been customized by then with a… more»

40-Year Garage Find: 1960 MG MGA

The MGA was a British sports car built by MG from 1955-62. It replaced the MG TF 1500 Midget and – with a production of more than 100,000 units – nearly 95% of them were exported. This 1960 edition,… more»

One Of Only 6 Imported? 1937 MG TA

The introduction of the MG TA in 1936 marked some new ground for the famous British car marque, which was still in its infancy. The TA, despite being small, had a track 3″ wider and a wheelbase 7″ longer… more»

38k Mile Hermit: 1963 MG Midget Mk I

The MG Midget was a small, 2-seat British sports car built from 1961-79. It began as a badge-engineered version of the Mk II Austin-Healey Sprite and differed in the level of trim provided. This ’63 edition was stored for… more»

One Family Sports Car: 1961 MGA Mark II

The MGA was a British roadster-style sports car produced by MG from 1955-62. As was the case with most English cars like this, the vast majority were exported to the U.S. and beyond. This ’61 MGA has been in… more»

Owned For 70 Years! 1952 MG TD

Long-term ownership of a classic car is nothing new, but this 1952 MG TD takes it to a new level. It has been part of the same family for an incredible seventy years, but the time has come for… more»