MG PA sports car

Price: US $33,500.00 Item location: Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: MG
  • Model: Other
  • Year: 1934
  • Mileage: 99,999
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 847cc
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1934 MG Other

This is old school sports car that is always a show winner and head turner. Originally owned by Dr. Jerome P. Keuper who was the founder of one of the oldest MG Clubs in the State of Florida. Dr. Keuper founded Florida Tech and was its first president fronm 1958 to 1986. He was an avid MG enthusiast. This is always stored in a heated/cooled garage and started regularly to keep it on the road. While this is an older restoration, t is always one that people ask about. A set of leather goggles and you are in business to tour or travel to car shows. Please call Bill Richey with questions, 70.784.0602. He has purchased another MG and is making room - you can clearly see there are plenty of MG's in this garage! This car is complete. information from WIKI says:
TheMG P-typeis asports carthat was produced byMGfrom 1934 to 1936. This 2-door sports car used an updated version of theoverhead camshaft,crossflowengine, sed in the 1928Morris MinorandWolseley10 and previously fitted in theJ-type Midgetof 1932 to 1934, riving the rear wheels through a four-speednon-synchromeshgearbox. The chassis was a strengthened and slightly longer version of that used in the J-type with suspension by half-elliptic springs all round with rigid front and rear axles. Steering was initially by aMarles Wellerand later a Bishop Cam system. The two-seat car had a wheelbase of 87 inches (2210mm) and a track of 42 inches (1067mm). Most cars were open two seaters, ut streamlined Airline coupé bodies were also made. The P-type was also available as a four-seater, car that suffered from a lack of power and poor rear ground clearance. Whereas J,KandL-typeMGs differentiated between versions with the use of numbers, ith 1 indicating a four-seater (i.e., 1) and 2 a two-seater (i.e., 2), his was not the case with the P-type (or its six-cylinder sister, heN-type Magnette), nd there is no clue to the type in the name.