Impromptu Review - Small Cars - Episode No. III - The MG Midget

Author channel Jake Kaywell   2 мес. назад
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1967 MG Midget

1976 MG MIDGET

1974 MG Midget - Fully Restored

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MG Midget 1969

This pretty little MG really catches the eye with her deep blue paint and sparkling chrome trim. The interior is also finished to a high standard, with grey leather high back seats and plush carpets. A new hood and Minilite wheels finish the contemporary look. The engine starts first time and revs smoothly, and the free flowing exhaust sounds lovely. Its is apparent that this car has benefited from many years of love and attention, and this is backed up by the extensive history. Take this car out on the road and it is obvious that her beauty is more than just skin deep. The engine, steering and brakes all feel positive and well maintained, and work together seamlessly to deliver an enjoyable driving experience. This classic British sports car has been brought up to date without loosing any of her character and charm, as we are sure you'll agree when you drive her at Spurr Classic Cars. More classic cars for sale on our website:http://www.americancarsuk.com/showroom.html Many thanks to Nicolai Heidlas for the music.

1973 MG Midget - Beautiful Restoration - For sale at www.bluelineclassics.com

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I took a stroll down to Ragtop's, a classic car dealership in West Palm Beach, FL, to see what all the hub-bub was about. I decided to make a four part impromptu series on little cars that are big in character. You're watching the third part now, so why don't you go ahead and give the last one a look?

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