The MG Sports Sedan - Car Gallery
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|Natasha, The MG 1100 of Herberta Gray.
Purchased new in Seattle in 1963. For a beautiful side shot, click here.
Another: Natasha getting some ice cream.
Another: Natasha at her restorer's shop.
Another: Watching the geese.
|The engine compartment of the Grays' 1100
(note the flames).
Note: For more images of this fine 1100 and other MGs, click here.
|My 1964, 4-door 1100. Purchased in January of 1999 and needing a full restoration. For more about my 1100, click here.|
|A Sad Looking 1100 (not mine!)|
|Another bad looking 1100 (this one was mine long ago).|
|A cutaway drawing of the 1100 from one of the BMC service manuals.|
|An unknown, but very nice, 1962 MG 1100 from Japan.|
|Tim Hipwell's MG 1300 named
Another: Bouncer and his (her?) friends.
Another: Another view of Bouncer friends.
|Tim Hipwell's "Bouncer" at home in the garage while undergoing some front-end rework.|
|An front-end shot of Anthony Barnhill's beautifully restored 1100. Note the rare dealer display hood excellently finished to match the car.|
|An full-on look Anthony Barnhill's 1100. Make sure to check out Tony's web site, The Autoist.|
|Brian LaVoie's 1967 MG 1100 named "Mr. Pickwick. Brian says, "These cars are just so damn cool; I can't drive it without a ridiculous grin..."|
|An interesting custom - no, MG never built one like this. Created by an unknown owner in the UK.|
|Not an MG, but a great car none-the-less. This is Borris from Australia who belongs to Bree. Snug at home in the garage!|