MG Barn Finds

One Owner Coupe: $3,995 1971 MGB GT

It’s been a while since we’ve featured an MGB GT, and even longer since Jesse and Josh counted one of these among their vehicle fleet (at least I think that one’s been sold – hard to… more»

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Classiest Barn in Town: 1961 MGA

It’s appropriate that this classic MGA is parked next to a gorgeous period motor boat – the two look good together, don’t they? However, it would appear the boat has seen more use recently given the… more»

Ready for Assembly: 1958 MGA Coupe

This handsome MGA coupe just popped up on craigslist in northern Kentucky, and it seems like a compelling opportunity to finish a ready-to-assemble project. The seller says all of the major components are included for $4,450,… more»

British Roadster Combo: Hillman Aero & MGTD

It’s easy to consider the MGTD or various ACs and Allards to be the predominant British sports cars of the era, but the Hillman Aero Minx shouldn’t be written off the list. Although extremely obscure today,… more»

Some Assembly Required: 1949 MG-TC

It’s rare when we learn the complete story of barn finds, but look what Pat L found on craigslist.  The original owner was B. De Hoghton in Lancashire England and there’s a picture of the owner’s house… more»

Classics In The Hedge: Yard Finds In Surrey

We reported a few weeks ago about an enthusiast in Michigan that was forced to clear out his collection of project and parts cars. This is not a phenomenon unique to the overzealous zoning boards found… more»

Tyrolite Green! 1957 MGA Survivor

Tyrolite, as I found out from this informative article, is a mineral that is found in the oxidized zones of copper deposits. Tyrolite Green happens to be the color of this largely original MGA, found for sale here… more»

Warehouse Cleanout: 25 MGAs!

Many of us who collect a particular type of vehicle end up with more than one of them. My wife claims they actually multiply when no one is looking. Based on my shop contents, she might be… more»

Buick Powered: 1952 MG TD/C

This little MG looks nice from here, but for any purists or even MG fans, you may want to move on. No, it’s not a kit car but it has been, well, desecrated. In 1968 a 1964 Buick… more»

Wife Says Go, Kitty Says No: 1951 MGTD

OK.  Sit down and take a look at this scary scenario.  A guy buys a classic car without first running it by the significant other, then he gets the cold shoulder for a while.  Usually it… more»

End of the Line: 1980 MGB Limited Edition

After 293,592 MGB roadsters sold in the U.S. since 1962, MG decided to go out with a batch of 500 special, Limited Edition cars for the 1980 model year. Like any good limited edition, however, MG… more»

Possible Bargain: 1969 MGB GT

There are just two pictures and no real information provided on the MGB listed on craigslist here in Sacramento, California. With an asking price of $1500, could this be a bargain? There’s no rust visible and hopefully,… more»

Metal Dash Bargain: 1966 MGB

MGBs can be great summer drivers. They are robust, cheap, and fun to drive! Think vintage Miata. Well, they may not be as reliable as a Miata, but I daily drove one for a while and… more»