1952 MG TD Frame Off, Nuts and Bolts Restoration on a Rust Free Arizona Car
- Condition: Used
- Make: MG
- Model: T-Series
- SubModel: TD
- Type: Convertible
- Year: 1952
- Mileage: 12,000
- Color: gree
- Engine size: 1200 CC 4 cylinder
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Tan
- Options: Convertible, Leather Seats
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1952 MG T-Series TD
THIS IS A STUNNING 1952 MG TD WITH ORIGINAL MATCHING NUMBERS 1250CC, nbsp;4 CYLINDER ENGINE WITH TWIN CARBS.
THE CONCOURSE QUALITY RESTORATION ON THIS CAR IS COMPREHENSIVE AND EXCEPTIONALLY DETAIL ORIENTED WITH EXTREMELY WELL FITTING BODY PANELS, HE BEAUTIFULLY APPLIED PAINT IS LIKE A SHEET OF GLASS.
THE INTERIOR IS DONE IN GENUINE TAN LEATHER HIGHLIGHTED BY THE VINTAGE JAEGER GAUGES AND CARPETS AND THE DASH IS MADE OFItalian Carpathian Elm wood.
THE TAN VINYL TOP AND SIDE CURTAINS ARE NEW.
THE CHROME ON THE CAR IS LIKE NEW WITH EXCELLENT SHOW QUALITY PLATING ON ORIGINAL PARTS, HE CHROME GRILL SHELL IS ORIGINAL AND RE CHROMED.
THIS CLASSIC POST WAR BRITISH SPORTS CAR GETS MORE APPLAUSE AND ADMIRATION THAN ANY OTHER CAR . THE STRIKING COLOR IS AWESOME AND MAKES THE AUTOMOBILE ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL.
This gorgeous MGTD was originally a very low miles, rizona car which was totally rust free and clean. It has recently undergone a 3 year, rame off nuts and bolts restoration. The cost of such a restoration can well exceed $40,000. Literally no expense spared.
Each and every component of the automobile was either professionally rebuilt and or replaced with new.
The original engine and transmission since they were in excellent original condition did not require rebuild and were inspected and serviced before reinstalling.
The body was rust free to begin with but taken down to bare metal and painted professionally with 4 coats of paint to give a flawless, how quality mirror like finish. Special attention has been paid towards the finer details whereby each and every component, nside and outside of the car, as been matched to the color change.
The wood frame inside the body was replaced with entire new set purchased from Moss Motors. The one thing that stands to dry rot in the dry climate of Arizona is the wood.
The interior is genuine leather and the seats and panels are impeccably upholstered to the highest standard.
The dash is made from a special Italian Carpathian Elm wood which is hand waxed and is absolutely beautiful.
All the gauges are original.
The chrome is mostly original metal re chromed to perfection. Every chrome trim piece is perfect.
The MGTD has barely 50 miles since the restoration was completed six months ago. It has been kept in an air conditioned garage in Phoenix ever since.
Nearly 30,000 TD's were produced from 1950-1953. An example tested by The Motor magazine in 1952 had a top speed of 77 mph (124 km/h) and could accelerate from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 18.2 seconds. A fuel consumption of 26.7 miles per imperialgallon was recorded.