Do you love classic British sports cars? Do you want to own a piece of motoring history that will make you smile every time you drive it? If so, you should check out this MG Midget 1975, a fully restored example of one of the most charming and fun roadsters ever made.
The MG Midget is a small two-seater that was produced by MG from 1961 to 1979. It was based on the Austin-Healey Sprite, but had its own distinctive style and personality. The MG Midget was powered by various versions of the BMC A-series engine, and featured a four-speed manual gearbox, rack-and-pinion steering, and independent front suspension¹.
This particular MG Midget is a phase IV model, which means it has the 1500 cc engine that produces 65 hp and can reach a top speed of 95 mph. It also has the rubber bumpers and the raised ride height that were introduced in 1974 to comply with US safety regulations². Some purists may prefer the earlier models, but the phase IV Midget still has plenty of charm and character, and is more comfortable and reliable than its predecessors.
This MG Midget has been fully restored, who has spent over £11,000 on parts and labour. The bodywork has been stripped and repainted in a beautiful Tartan Red colour, the interior has been reupholstered in black leather, and the engine has been rebuilt and tuned to perfection.
This MG Midget is a rare find, as most of them have either rusted away or been modified beyond recognition. This one has been restored to its original glory, and is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner who appreciates its history and heritage.
The car is being sold for only £9,995, which is a bargain considering the amount of work and money that has gone into it. This is your chance to own a classic British sports car that will make you feel young and free again.
Don’t hesitate to contact me if you are interested in viewing or test driving this MG Midget. You will fall in love with it as soon as you see it!