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 Magna /  Western Australia / 23 views

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Continental Coupe under restoration

 Magna /  South Australia / 18 views

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 Magna /  South Australia / 19 views

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History: This car was delivered in chassis form in 1933 and was immediately prepared for a career in racing. It was entered in the 1934 AGP by J Summers but crashed out on lap 14. Later in the year he had much better success in the Phillip Island Winter 100...

 Magna /  Queensland / 14 views

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Modifications/Restoration Supercharged, ENV preselector gearbox, 2 seater aluminium body. Hydraulic brakesBuilding of car in current configuration was commenced & substantially completed by John Butterfield. It was John's intention to have a fast road/ racing MG. Car and engine has been rebuilt in Brisbane, (principally by Joe Wilson and Park Motors)...

 Magna /  Queensland / 17 views

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 Magna /  Victoria / 18 views

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 Magna /  Victoria / 15 views

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History: L0658 was delivered by Lanes Motors in 1933 to a V. Maloney and from then until the 1960s very little is known. The only information is that it was raced extensively and at one stage had a bronze head fitted.  The motor was taken out for use in a...

 Magna /  Victoria / 19 views

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 Magna /  Victoria / 20 views

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History: Originally fitted with a coupe body which it lost before coming to Australia, Pat Carr purchased the L0617 chassis in 1936.  His Fremantle Shack Motors fitted a 2 seater using original wings etc.  Carr competed in support races for the “Round the Houses” events staged at Albany, Pingelly, Bunbury...

 Magna /  Victoria / 18 views

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History: This car was manufactured on 5th October 1933 and shipped as a rolling chassis to Lanes Motors on the Orsova. It was transferred to Brittania Motors who sold it to 36093 Kennard on 23 November 1933 and it was registered Vic 36093. A close coupled  four-seater body was built...

 Magna /  Victoria / 19 views

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History: Written by Tony Sloan WINTER HUNDRED" WINNER This Magna was supplied to Les Jennings via Lanes Motors in early November 1933. The car was not even in rolling chassis form with many parts contained in hessian bags. The engine supplied with this car was not a standard L-type engine but...

 Magna /  Victoria / 17 views

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History: TBA After a nut and bolt restoration L0532 won the prestigious 2012 Victorian Concours.  

 Magna /  Victoria / 16 views

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History: My father Peter owns the mg magna L type number 0481. I was visiting your site and noticed there is no picture of it so I’ve attached one for you to put up if possible. The vehicle is still located in East Gippsland where it has been since we...

 Magna /  Victoria / 17 views

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 Magna /  Victoria / 16 views

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History: John acquired his L type in 1978 in England from Barry Walker.   It was fairly complete but very rough, apparently not having been used since 1974.  Originally bought so as to accommodate 2 little girls (now nearly 30).  The body restoration was faithfully completed by John Pagnussat of Adelaide....

 Magna /  Victoria / 17 views

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 Magna /  Victoria / 19 views

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 Magna /  New South Wales / 17 views

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History: Rob bought the car (or pile of bits as it was then) from a fellow naval officer in 1980. He had purchased it in the UK whilst undergoing submarine training and brought the bits back to Australia on his return. Rob restored the car over the next four years...

 Magna /  New South Wales / 16 views