Driver Quality 1959 MGA Roadster

The MGA is one of the best-looking, most versatile, user-friendly classics that an enthusiast could hope to own. Parts and technical support are plentiful, the cars are mechanically simple, and performance is more than adequate. Aluminum doors, bonnet, and… more»

On The Carpet! 1962 MGA Mk II

When a person finds themselves “on the carpet,” that’s generally a sign that they are in trouble with someone higher up the food chain. However, the opposite appears to be the case with this 1962 MGA Mk II. The… more»

Solid Body: 1960 MG MGA

One of the most challenging aspects of a classic restoration can be ensuring that the vehicle you are lavishing with your care and attention is rust-free. Very few cars are immune to this issue, and British sports cars are… more»

5-Speed And Power Windows? 1959 MGA Coupe

There are three ways to approach old cars mechanically.  You can leave it stock, hot rod it, or update the car where you can.  Even the purists among us agree that modern transmissions and power features can make a… more»

Straightforward Restoration: 1957 MGA Roadster

You have to admire a seller’s optimism when it comes to prescribing how much confidence you should have in taking it on. The listing says this MGA that’s been parked for 40 years in a shed represents a “straightforward”… more»

Dilapidated 1960 MGA Roadster Project

The MGA stood out for its swoopy looks when it hit the market in 1955. Its design was a chasm away from the MG T-Series cars, with their clamshell bonnets, upright radiators, and running boards. The MGA was faster,… 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»

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»

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 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»

Pile of Parts: Forgotten MGA Project

There’s something endearing about a listing for a car that is so devoid of information you actually believe the seller’s claims that they know nothing about it. This is labeled simply as an antique car but it’s pretty clearly… more»

Barn Find Twin Cam! 1959 MGA

Just as there can be times, as blood mixes with grime and 40-weight, when we might dramatically and passionately expound on the parentage of whatever engineer decided that bolt needed to be that close to the frame, so there… more»

Easy Fix? 1961 MGA 1600

The MGA was a British sports car produced by MG from 1955-62. It replaced the MG TF 1500 and was itself succeeded by the MGB. More than 100,000 copies were built in eight years, with most of those cars… more»

No Reserve: 1957 MG MGA Roadster

The owner of this 1957 MG MGA drove the car regularly until recently. It has spent most of the past two years hidden away in his garage, and he feels that this situation must change. Therefore, he has decided… more»