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C 0291 carrying UK registration JK 2340 was originally bought by a Harry Leeson who died in a racing accident at Brooklands in 1932.  The car was bought in 1933 by Mr John Ford who raced it at Le Mans finishing in 6th. He also entered the 1933 Mannin Beg...

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History: The MG Car Club Ltd MMM Register advised that the chassis file for the car has been lost, but that it was built on 22 April 1930.  No body style was recorded and is assumed that it was shipped in rolling chassis form.  It was exported to Australia in...

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History: Current engine block – stamped 1260/Q    ( this has been disputed as apparently this engine number is not shown on any MG records, however, the block is marked 1260/Q). The Q will be restored/ reassembled to as close as possible original condition. Please  note that wheels shown in the...

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History: Built for racing by Geoff McGrath. A long and successful career on the track, it established class records at a number of circuits. A regular competitor.

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History: The car was originally a police vehicle for the Lancashire Constabulary in the UK and was fitted with large ‘accurate’ speedometer, police sign and long range fuel tank and gauge. In 1937 when a year old it was sold to a car dealership and from then had a succession...

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I received the following email and photo from Singapore, Nice to know the website is reaching far and wide. Graeme Davies Graeme,  I enjoyed having a wander through your website this afternoon.  I noticed that you don't have a photo of Terry Egan's PB (0489) - now owned by Les...

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History: First owned by Clare Lyle, an Australian studying in the UK.  She returned to Australia in 1936 bringing the car with her. Early history in Victoria is unknown, and the car surfaced again in Tasmania in 1948. In 1957 the owner at the time, Mike Howell, was transferred by...

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History: This highly original English bodied black car has never been restored but has been carefully maintained over a long period.  A front-mounted supercharger has recently been fitted and this has transformed the performance.  The car has also recently been fully retrimmed in red leather (original colour) with a black...

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This car was imported to Australia in 1984

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Model: PA Vary Rare Airline Coupe

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