MG TC (1949).
Concours winning and matching nrs MG TC. One of the best in the world !
This is the kind of car as we like them : correctly restored to the highest standards, matching nrs, and still in immaculate condition. The MG TC was the first british sportscar that became an export hit after the war. The MG Abingdon factory made approx. 10000 TC's from 1945 till 1949, and despite being only available in RHD it was hugely succesfull in the States. It was a light nimble sportscar with a very attractive shape, and quite fast with only a 1250 ccm overhead valve 4-cylinder engine.
This particular car is completely restored some years ago, and kept in beautiful condition. This MG TC was the national winner of the Antique Automobile Club of America ((AACA) Concours d'Elegance. It runs like a new car, and is an absolute joy to drive on small country roads. The car has the full weather equipment including tonneau cover, all in matching biscuit cloth. Side screens and wind visors are also new. There is a badge bar fitted, and it has original 19" knock off wheels and blackwall tyres. This TC has some very rare installed original parts, like cats eye lense headlights, brake lights, and a jack and toolkit.
There are not so many TC's on the market, and this particular one must be one of the very best. If you want an immaculate example of this great british sportscar, then this is the one to have a look at. Available now for viewing in our showroom, and ready to drive anywhere !