Price: US $17,900.00 Item location: Novi, Michigan, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: MG
  • Model: T-Series
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Convertible
  • Year: 1955
  • Mileage: 25,337
  • VIN: HDA46/793
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 4 Cylinder
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1955 MG T-Series

Attention British car enthusiasts and collectors:

You are viewing a very rare 1955 MG TF Roadster garage find. Same family ownership for over 50 years. Matching numbers example. Always covered and garage stored covering less than 1500 miles over the years with some periodic weekend drives. A true "time warp" example of a classic British Sports Car. Showing 25,337 miles on the odometer and rust free.

A wonderful opportunity for the British car enthusiast that is looking for a wonderful example of an appreciating classic.

Being sold with a very "LOW RESERVE"!

Bid with confidence with my 100% positive feedback. International Buyers are welcome to bid on this great classic convertible. Looking for a good home for this special MG TF.

**Please read the entire listing prior to placing a bid **

Bidders with less than "5 feedback transactions" must make contact prior to placing a bid.

Becoming a very rare collectible model with values on the rise. The MG T Series Roadsters have been a favorite for British car enthusiasts for many years.

Car number: HDA46/793

Engine number: XPAG/TF/31145 (original 1250cc engine)
Transmission: 4 Speed

Color: Gray with Black interior

Mileage: 25,337 (Believed to be original)

Title: Clear "Michigan" Title

**I will be adding more pictures within the next few days.**

The MG led a charmed life sharing garage space with a Triumph TR4, R3 and an Austin Healey. Needless to say none of the little British Cars covered many miles over the years. They were taken out occasionally and only on the nicest of days. The TF came from the long time owner's relative in the mid '70's. It had undergone a mild restoration which was done to a very high standard for that time period. This restoration work was performed by one of the top restorers for Henry Ford's Greenfield Village Automobile Museum restoration department. They have restored some of the rarest cars around the world and are known worldwide. It is believed to have been done in the late 60's or early 70's. As a testament to the owner, he MG was carefully preserved and looks pretty much as it did when he acquired it in the 70's. The odometer shows 25,337 miles which I was told was correct. Time has truly stood still with this classic MG TF.

Under the hood: The MG is all original and correct to the best of my knowledge. Everything looks tidy and clean with no modifications. Has all the data plates showing that it is a matching numbers car. Has a good battery with no issues with the electrical system. The engine always starts easily with the pull of the choke. Even after sitting for a few months, t will fire right up. The engine sounds good with no strange noises. It does have a leaking wheel cylinder. New wheel cylinders and brake shoes are included with the MG. The carbs will need to be gone through due to sitting and lack of use. With the cold weather, have just noticed that the rear carb has started to leak. Does leak some oil. Starter motor works fine as does the charging system. Exhaust system is good with no issues.

Body: The body is in beautiful condition as shown in the pictures. The body shows absolutely no rust or damage. Panel fit is excellent. Paint finish looks great including the area around the gas filler. The frame and underside are in excellent condition with no indication of rust or damage. The inside of the fenders look as nice as the exterior. When the car had been painted, t is evident that it was completely taken apart. The fender welting is in very nice condition and is not painted. The chrome is in fantastic condition. Both front and rear bumpers and windshield surround. Tail lights show some light pitting. The body shows some miscellaneous imperfections that one would expect from an older repaint. This consists of a few chips, nd also some cracking in the paint near the hood side vent. Not very noticeable but worth mentioning. Hubcap for spare is not on securely. The grill is perfect. Windshield in good condition with no cracks or damage. Windshield to body gasket in very nice condition as well.

As shown in the pictures, t does come with a very nice convertible top and a full set of side curtains. The top and side curtains are over 40 years old and still look in near new condition. The fit is fantastic and it's always been stored with the top up and the curtains on. All of the windows are in great shape and are very clear.

The interior is in fantastic condition with no wear or damage at all. It looks close to new condition. Both of the seats and door panels are in great condition with no rips tears or signs of wear. The carpet is in great condition as well. with no sign of wear or damage. Period upgrades that include a Wood Steering Wheel and Wood Shift Knob. The dashboard was upgraded to cover the original dash which had openings on either side of the gauges. The quality of this work looks like it was done at the factory. Very nicely done. As noted in the interior pictures, t does have a nice heater installed which is a very rare option. Installation looks fantastic and correct. All electricals seem to be in working order. This includes the headlights and blinkers and license plate light. Heater fan works. Has manually operated wipers.

The MG is being sold in "as is" condition with no warranty expressed or implied. I cannot be held responsible for any errors or inaccuracies that may have been inadvertently been provided.


**Please have your finds in order prior to bidding.
Shipping is up to the buyer to arrange. **For International buyers, chumacher Cargo and Logistics can handle door to door shipping to the port of your choice.
As stated, he "MG" represents a wonderful opportunity for the British car enthusiast that is looking for a great example at an affordable price. Comes with a clear Michigan title. Sold in "as is" condition with no warranty expressed or implied. I have done my best to describe the "TF" to the best of my ability, owever there may be some things that I may have missed. It is up to the buyer to do due diligence when making a purchase online. Do not make any assumptions about anything. Ask any questions that may not have been addressed. I am not responsible for any errors or erroneous misinformation. If you would like to speak with me directly, lease provide a contact number and I will get back to you.

**For the motivated buyer I will consider ending the auction early for a serious offer, owever I do not have a "Buy It Now" price set.

The fine print: If you have 5 or less feedback transactions, ou must contact me prior to bidding. A non-refundable deposit of $1000.00 is due within 24 hours of the auction end. If the deposit is not received, he "MG" will be offered to the next highest bidder. The balance is due within 7 days of the auction end date. The car must be picked up within 10 days of the auction end date. A $10.00 per day storage fee will be charged after the 10 days unless prior arrangements have been made. For International Buyers, have sold several vintage cars to overseas buyers with the buyers being extremely pleased with the sale. "Rear License Plate" not included. If you have any questions, o not hesitate to contact me. I will do my best to answer any questions you may have.

On Dec-11-15 at 18:08:15 PST, eller added the following information: