Highly collectible roadster

Price: US $21,900.00 Item location: Oakwood, Georgia, United States
  • Make: MG
  • Model: MGA
  • SubModel: Mark II
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1962
  • Mileage: 9442
  • VIN: B35705
  • Color: Tan
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1962 MG MGA Mark II

Presented here is an excellent example of an unrestored unmolested original 1962 Mark II Roadster.

Painted in traditional Old English White with Red Leatherette seat interior this MGA is equipped with steel wheels and optional hard top painted to match the exterior of the car. This is the rarest and most desirable version of the last of the MGA series of sports cars. This car has enjoyed a very nice paint job. Its new owner will at some point want to re-do the original interior in order to bring it up to the level it deserves.

It drives and shifts very nicely and is an exciting investment you can drive and enjoy!

- Optional Hard Top

- Last Year for MGA

- 1600 CC 90 hp Engine

- Steel Wheels

- 9442 miles showing

The MGA was produced from 1955 to 1962 by the British Motor Corporation. The A replaced the aging MG TF 1500 and earlier TD models representing a complete redesign of the iconic open sports car. A total production of 101081 units were produced before the introduction of the all new B model in September of 1962. Only 5869 cars were sold in England making the MGA the highest percentage of all British cars built for the export market. With falling sales of the traditional MG models the MGA design was given the production green light despite being initially designed in 1951. Production had been delayed by BMCs decision to build Donald Healeys Austin-Healey sports cars. The new MGA was a body on frame construction and utilized the straight-4 B series engine from the Magnette Sedan. Suspension was independent with coil springs and wishbones at the front and a rigid axle with semi-elliptic springs at the rear. Steering was rack and pinion and wire wheels were an option.