1952 Replica/Kit Makes MG TD Replica

US $5,800.00
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Funnybug sez:

the seller thinks the horn is out of character.. sooo whats with that bonnet scoop?

Ebay Description:

Unique, appearance, one of a kind - this MG TD with it's copper body offset by the dark grey speckled fenders and mini scoop on the hood is striking! Here's a list of the upgrades and improvements over the past 12 months: 1. New gas shocks
2. New electronic fuel pump
3. New carburetor
4. New Battery, plugs, wires, and fan belt
5. Aoogah horn (out of character but I love the sound!)
(also comes with extra set of wired hubcaps seen in photos)

4 cyl VW - 1600 c.c. engine shifts real smooth, no oil leaks, all gauges (except for oil temp) work properly, as do all lights - directionals, flashers, high and low beams. The soft top is in very useable condition (no side curtains, none came with)... A few minor nicks, scratches here and there, but nothing major. Comes with manuals, parts catalog, wire diagram, etc.

This car is registered and insured as an actual 1952 MG TD (that was how it was titled when I bought it), which made it very easy to register (NYS is v. difficult w/Replicas), and receive antique/vintage car insurance ($100 annually!).. Actual mileage is unknown, but the odometer reads appx 9400 (may show a tad more as I still drive her w/summer upon us). Additionally, I have driven her back and forth downstate - a 220 mile round trip with no issues.

This car comes with a "Transferable Registration" and receipt. In NYS after a certain age, a vehicle title is absorbed by the DMV, then exchanged for a transferable registration... That's how it happened when I registered it myself. The transferable registration, for all practical purposes, acts the same as a title when you go to register it, just so there's no confusion... If you have any questions - please contact me and I'll try to answer the best I can. I reserve the right to end auction earlier as I have it listed locally for sale as well.
Item Location: Monticello, NY


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