Available digitally or as paperback, MG Classics Book 2 details post-war decades of Britain’s best-loved sports car. A comprehensive account of every model, specs, performance and prices, MG history, racing and record-breaking. Reference material and a good read,authentic, accurate, perfect for MG owners, fans, historians.
Ted Lee drew up the MG octagon. He was a 1920s accountant with Morris Garages that was selling spruced up Morris Oxfords. Undergraduates wanted sporty cars but couldn’t always run to £1475 Bugattis or £1975 Bentleys, so Lee’s pale small manager with a limp saw an opportunity. Cecil Kimber was good at selling £140 Morrises until he found that fancy bodywork in bright colours could make that £245.Read More