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MG TD MK II - 1952
Model MG TD MK II Body Type Convertible Price SOLD
Make 1950-1953 Color Yellow
Year 1952 Interior Biscuit
Specific description This is a beautiful and professionally restored early 1952 MGTD MKII for sale. The TD features an inline 1248 cc 4-cylinder engine mated to a smooth 4-speed manual gearbox. This car, factory built for competition, has a compression ratio raised, larger inlet and exhaust valves, twin 1,5in carburetors, twin SU fuel pumps and additional front chock absorbers. Only 1.710 cars were produced numbers between 1950 to 1953. The engine is coded with XPACT-TD2 (early version of the MKII) and the bonnet has a small bulge to clear the enlarged air cleaner pipe. Paint is very nice in the original yellow color. The finish is smooth and well applied to all panels and is free of chips and scratches. All panels are excellent and show no signs of repair. The chrome is all-excellent and is well fitted. The body is solid and has been finished inside and out. All chassis components were rebuilt and are painted in proper finish. The interior is excellent and as new. Beautiful biscuit color, that compliments the exterior ‘smooth’ yellow. Leather seats perfectly fitted. Features an upgraded wood dash, properly painted or fresh chrome. Extreme attention to detail and very inviting. Fully rebuilt mechanics. Engine is quiet, runs smoothly with good oil pressure. The brakes are working perfectly. The car drives as nice as it looks. Just tuned, inspected and fully serviced to insure it is ready to drive for spring. An opportunity to buy one of the best MGTD’s MKII on the market and add it to your collection.

Model description The 1950 TD Midget combined the TC's drivetrain, a modified hypoid-geared rear axle, the MG Y-type chassis, a familiar T-type style body and independent suspension using coil springs from the MG Y-type saloon: a 1950 road-test report described as "most striking" the resulting "transformation ... in the comfort of riding". Also lifted from the company's successful 1¼-litre saloon for the TD was the (still highly-geared) rack and pinion steering. In addition the TD featured smaller 15-inch (380 mm) disc type road wheels, a left-hand drive option and standard equipment bumpers and over-riders. The car was also 5 inches (130 mm) wider with a track of 50 inches (1,300 mm).
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