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Information / History: The car is the third and last type of Tourer made by Charlesworth for the MG SA. The chassis was made in November 1937 at Abingdon and then passed to Charlesworth for at least 6 weeks for them to build the body. The car was probably used...

 SVW /  New South Wales / 227 views

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Information / History: This photo was taken when Graham was on the way to Historic Winton. Photos and info provided by Graham Hore

 SVW /  New South Wales / 184 views

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 SVW /  New South Wales / 200 views

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Information / History: January 1937.  The car retains its original engine and is very original throughout.  No early history is known about the car but this car may well have been one of the original seven exported to New Zealand from new.  It is a well-known New Zealand car that...

 SVW /  New South Wales / 203 views

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 SVW /  New South Wales / 198 views

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Information / History: The earliest record of SA 1137 is that it was purchased from a used car yard in Adelaide by David Ragless in the early 1950's. He eventually sold it to finance the overhaul of a Y-type engine and after several owners it finished up with Bob Bazzica...

 SVW /  New South Wales / 252 views

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Information / History:  This car was completed at the MG factory in Abingdon, England in December 1936 with originally a black paint scheme. After completion, it was dispatched to Lanes Motors of Melbourne. One of only 23 to be imported new to Australia, it arrived in March 1937. After being...

 SVW /  New South Wales / 214 views

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 SVW /  New South Wales / 191 views

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Information / History: Details 1936 -MGSA tick ford drop head  chassis no. SA0491 engine QPH751 .Im in NSW and the car was at the last mg gathering in Bathurst. The car has been in the family since 1969 and i took it over from my late dad and bought it...

 SVW /  New South Wales / 220 views

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Information / History: The car left Abingdon on the 27th September 1937 Barry Harvey purchased this car from Chip Hedges on 16th April 1977, just after Chip drove the car to Katoomba for the MG National Meeting, where he was trying to sell it for $3,000.  It ran a bearing on...

 SVW /  Queensland / 259 views

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Current owner; Royce Reed, N.S.W. Information;  Built in August 1938 and delivered to Samsons and Sons in Newport Pagnell to be fitted with one of their Tickford drop-head coupe bodies.  History: It has a factory replacement engine which is being rebuilt and balanced.  This is good as the engine has...

 SVW /  New South Wales / 284 views

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Current owner:- David Anderson, Vic. History:- left the factory on 5th December, 1938. Chassis no. VA 2124T, Engine no. TPBG 2389 (as originally fitted), registration number ELF 638.  It has been in dry storage for over 40 years, but some work has been done, (instruments restored by John Marks and...

 SVW /  Victoria / 242 views

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Current owner:-  Graeme Davies, Melbourne, Vic. History:-  Built 10/5/38, early UK history and owners prior to 1998 unknown.  That is when the wreck was bought by 'Bas' and taken to Holland to be restored.  It was taken to SVW Spares in the UK for paint and trim.  Completed in 2002...

 SVW /  Victoria / 204 views

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Information / History: VA1446 (FH005) was purchased by Sir George Tallis, Managing Director of the Tivoli Theatre in 1938 when he visited the UK with his new bride. They intended to tour the continent but were dissuaded by the threat of war, so the car was brought back to Australia...

 SVW /  Victoria / 213 views

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 SVW /  New South Wales / 162 views

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 SVW /  New South Wales / 181 views

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Current owner:  Tony Carroll, N.S.W. Information:  Started life as a 4-seat tourer painted cream. History:  None supplied.

 SVW /  New South Wales / 219 views

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Copies of the 2013 Bathurst Post Rally Review. A few of these gems are still available at the modest sum of $10.00 including P&P within Australia. This quality booklet describes the rally activities and has images of all of the 60+ Pre-war M.G.s in attendance. Available from Rob Dunsterville

 Other Stuff for Sale /  Australia / 94 views

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