Pre-war Register eligible vehicles
Pre-war M.G. Glossary & Overview
Overview from Wikipedia
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- 1924–1927: MG 14/28
- 1927–1929: MG 14/40
- 1929–1932: MG M-type Midget
- 1931–1932: MG C-type Midget
- 1931–1932: MG D-type Midget
- 1931–1932: MG F-type Magna
- 1932–1934: MG J-type Midget
- 1932–1934: MG K-type Magnette
- 1933–1934: MG L-type Magna
- 1934–1936: MG N-type Magnette
- 1934–1936: MG P-type Midget
- 1936–1940, 1945–1955: MG T-type Midget
Compact cars (Small saloons)
- 1933–1934: MG KN
Midsize cars (Medium saloons)
Full-size cars (Large saloons)
Note: Chassis Numbers were from F-0251 to F-1500 and were not officially segregated between the F variants as with the J and P variants.
- An MG R-type won its class at the French Grand Prix in 1935. I don’t believe an other MG ever achieved this feat.
- Our own R-Type came 4th in it’s first outing at Mannin Beg in 1935.
- Our own R-Type took out a number of FTD and 1st Outrights in Hillclimbs in Ireland in 1949 and 1950. This is 15 years after its build.
- I point to the recent success of RA0255 at Goodwood where it won its class against all comers including ERA’s. I believe it has clocked a top speed of 137MPH. It is so quick that it is reported they have been asked not to bother coming back to Goodwood.