Here's one of the most interesting propositions you're going to see in a while a 1952 MG TD replica. This low mileage example with a recently serviced drivetrain is the perfect classic for you to take out for a drive on a moments notice to enjoy this Florida weather.
The MG grille, long flowing fenders, low-cut doors, and rear-mounted spare tire cover all make this a car that few people will give a second thought to its seemingly British heritage. But the great part is you really know that this is all corrosion-free fiberglass. Cream is the perfect color for a subtle sunny day roadster, especially with the way this car shine's. Comes with a beige top and side curtains that are slightly worn. So while you wont consider this your rainy day friend, there is absolutely no worries about the weather turning wet on a weekend drive
The interior goes for a very authentic feeling that starts with the correct seat configuration - individual lower pads and a shared seatback. The tan vinyl pattern is repeated on the doors for a very fresh and uniform appearance. The real wood curved dash continues this feeling of authenticity. The driver gets to enjoy the three-spoke sports steering wheel and matching wood on the gearshift. Ahead of that is a full set of VDO gauges. The passenger gets control of the AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input. So you can choose to play the most modern tunes you want while out on the open road. Theres even good storage behind the seats so you can genuinely take this one on a getaway for a few days.
This motor speaks for itself. Its powered by one of the most trustworthy engines out there, the 1800 cc flat-four borrowed from a Volkswagen Beetle. It fires to life with ease and settles into a smooth idle that produces a recognizable exhaust tone. There is only about 19,500 miles on this car since it was built. This means you can now truly get the most out of this motor by confidently shifting the four-speed manual transmission. This car feels superior on the road and handles well.
You get the best of Europe in this car. It looks like the iconic classic British roadster, and its powered by a bulletproof German motor. If you love to drive your vintage machines, this is truly the best bang for your buck. Only asking $10,000 cash or will trade for something valued around $14k. This car is in immaculate condition and is ready to go to the weekly cruise in's and car shows.
LocationJacksonville, Florida Mileage:19,500 Engine: 1800 cc flat 4 Body Type: Convertible Interior: brown Exterior: cream