Event Coverage: Mad Dogs and Englishmen at the Gilmore: MG-T
|As I've learned while researching for this post, the T-type was built in Abington, Oxfordshire, England from 1936 to 1955 with seemingly few subtle changes. It seems most of the changes were mechanical.|
|The T-type had a few engines over it's 19-year run, ranging from the MPJG OHV 1,292cc I4 to the updated XPAG 1,250cc and 1,466cc XPEG I4's.|
|Most T-types were soft-top roadsters. The T-type kept many design features that other manufacturers did away with in the late 30's and early 40's|
|Things like the split hood, big fenders and low doors. The T-type was replaced by the MG-A in 1955. Check in later today for the MG-A post.|
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