File:MG K3 Magnette of John Barraclough.jpg

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English: The MG K3 Magnette of John Barraclough at the Australian Hillclimb Championship meeting at Rob Roy Hillclimb in Victoria, Australia on 1 November 1949. Barraclough won the title.
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