MGA Twin Cam Coupé (1958)
If you’re thinking “oh my, that’s gorgeous! Why haven’t I seen that before?”, I don’t blame you. It is indeed a gorgeous version of the beloved MGA, but its reliability was appalling, to say the least.
Almost every engine fitted into these broke down, and they usually wouldn’t last half a dozen years without costly maintenance. Very few were sold, so you can probably count the remaining examples of this model by the fingers on your hands.
MG MGA (1955)
It’s a different kind of cruising.
Depth Of Speed: Passion for British Roadster
To be completely honest with you, this is the only life I would ever need.
MG A Roadster (1955)
British heart in italian red. You can’t find a single fault with this MGA.
It is just not possible. Not because it doesn’t have them, but simply because you wouldn’t even dare to begin searching for them. You’d have to be a complete heartless fool.
MGA 1600, at Monte Carlo.
The ever so gorgeous MGA Twin Cam (1959)