1979 mg midget review
Although they were known to be possible human deathtraps, the MG Midget was a huge seller for nearly 20 years. For many roadster enthusiasts, MG was the British automaker who helped create the affordable and fun convertible. The simple, yet elegant combination of a two-seat roadster with a small engine and a manual transmission was nothing but pure motoring bliss for countless driving fans for many years. But there was a downside: the cars were borderline deathtraps with questionable reliability. For example, many owners awoke in the morning to find a growing puddle of dripping oil beneath their beloved MG.
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MG Midget (1961 - 1980)
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MG Midget buying guide
Dangerous But Fun. As long as the motor and transmission are good all the rest is cheap and easy to find parts. The carburetor is funky and could cost you if you need to get into it and I'm sure the same goes for the drive train. It's also very tiny and you could get ran over if your not cautious.
The original concept was sired from the Austin Healey Sprite Mk2, and other than a few minor trim differences, the Healey and the MG were all-intents-and-purposes identical between and The unit-construction sports two-seater, was conceived as an Austin Healey, but the move to MG ensured serious sales. The Midget was initially powered by the BMC A-series cc engine, and featured twin-carburettors, a four-speed gearbox, rack-and-pinion steering and independent front suspension. It was good to drive, despite minimal power, and won lots of friends, thanks to a low price.
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