MGA Twin Cam (1959).
A completely restored example of the most sought after post war MG !
The Twin Cam model was the high-performance version of the MGA. Introduced in 1958, it used a high compression DOHC aluminium cylinder head version of the B-Series engine, producing 108 bhp. To cope with the added performance, four-wheel disc brakes by Dunlop were fitted, along with the Dunlop peg drive knock-off steel wheels, similar to wheels used on the racing Jaguars. These wheels were unique to the Twin Cam. Aside from these wheels, the only outside identifier were the "Twin Cam" logos near the bonnet vents and on the bootlid.
The Twin Cam was a very expensive car at the time, which explains that only 2111 examples were made (both coupé and roadster versions). The main problem was the Triumph TR3A, which offered similar performance for a much cheaper price. Because of this limited number of produced Twin Cams, it is now a sought after classic car, and probably the most valuable of all post-war MGs.
This particular example is full matching nrs, and is restored a couple of years ago. The restoration is documented with photographs and invoices, and the car only did 6938 km since. It is still in immaculate condition, and the colour combination of Chariot Red with black hide interior (piped red). Everything is correct on this car, and it drives as good as it looks.
As there are almost no MGA Twin Cams for sale, this car is a unique opportunity to acquire a very nice example of this sought-after MG. We are sure that it will arrive in the collection of an MG enthusiast very soon !