1960 MG A Twin-Cam Roadster
|Performance:||1500 cc, four cylinder, 2 SU carbs|
|Transmission:||4 speed manual|
|Color interior:||Red (with Black Carpet)|
|Features:||Radiomobile Radio, Rally-style Windshield|
|Wheels:||Twin Cam Wheels|
This MG A Twin-Cam Roadster is Multiple AACA Award winner that features it's original engine and colors per it's included British Motors Heritage Trust Certificate, and was restored to the highest standards of correctness and quality by MG professionals. This well-restored A Twin-Cam has always been well-maintained, and is fitted with competition accessories from the factory. In addition, it features a Tonneau cover, a fully restored and period-correct Radiomobile radio, a low profile racing windscreen, and dual fender-mounted mirrors. The roadster is scheduled for a full service and maintenance by Classic Showcase.
Inspired by George Phillips’ MG TD-based 1951 Le Mans special and refined by Sydney Enever and his design team, the MGA debuted in September 1955 as a radical departure for MG. Successful experiments with a supercharged twin-cam engine and the desire for a competition-oriented model spurred development of the MGA Twin-Cam, released for sale in early 1958. A significant performance leap, the 1,600 cc twin-cam engine delivered top speeds in excess of 110 mph, matched by improved gearbox ratios, a higher final drive, Dunlop four-wheel disc brakes, and strong yet lightweight disc-type “knock-off” wheels. Only 2,111 Twin-Cam MGA’s were built through early 1960, and the model remains one of the most coveted and satisfying British sports cars produced.