1949 MG TC
Great driver, maintained well over the years
New Moss Stayfast top and side curtains
Virtually no mileage on 5-year-old tires and wheels
Factory replacement XPAG engine
Presentable vinyl interior
Original jack and starting crank
Solid and unrestored, this MG TC is a good example of the car that started America's love affair with sports cars. It has been carefully maintained as part of an outstanding collection of MGs and features several important upgrades.
The engine is a factory replacement of the 1250 cc XPAG 4 cylinder engine with SU carbs. The oil pressure is a solid 60 psi. The steering box has been improved with a “Tompkins type” kit that makes this car a pleasure to drive. Of course all TCs are right hand drive.
The tires and wheels are only five years old and have seen little wear since new. There is also a rear mounted spare with cover.
For driving comfort it also features new Moss StayFast beige top and side curtains. The interior is in a properly maintained vinyl. Aftermarket accessories include a dash grab handle, wind wings and a Moto Meter radiator temperature gage. The steering wheel is a classic style Moto Lita. The original jack and starting crank are also included.
The body is blue, has been repainted at least once, and looks good with no rust or scratches.
This is an opportunity to own a collectable and desirable piece of automotive history.
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