MG TC (1947) RHD.
An entertaining drivers car, fitted with a period Shorrock supercharger.
The MG TC was a very popular british sportscar just after the second World War. In fact, it was a straight development from the prewar MG TA, but with some minor changes to make it up to date. It became a huge success in the United States, and is still a sought after classic car nowadays.
This particular example is fully restored some of years ago, and is still in fantastic condition. It is finished in the beautiful colour combination of light grey with burgundy leather seats and colour coded wire wheels. It is an entertaining car to drive, as it is equipped with a Shorrock compressor for improved performance, and Alfin drum brakes to cope with the more powerful engine. The Bluemell steering wheel is a delight to use and steering in general is really precise (which is not very common on an MG TC). This car is well maintained, and recently a new clutch, fuel pump and radiator were fitted.
Due to its overall quality, the extra performance and of course the driving pleasure, we believe that this MG TC is a very interesting offer for the enthousiast of vintage sports cars. It is fast enough to cope with modern traffic, and it looks incredibly charming in this exceptional colour combination.