1991 MG Maestro

AMMENDMENT - see copy; under 62,000 miles from just four owners; very clean; fresh MOT; a rare and usable classic

This bright white MG Maestro lived in the Birmingham area following delivery in January 1991. It changed hands in 1992 with some 12,000 miles on the clock, staying with its new owner for the next 17 years. During this time, mileage accumulation was very modest, with just a few thousand being added each year according to the 18 old MOTs on file.

Its third owner continued to use the car sparingly, adding barely 500 miles to the total between 2009 and 2011 when the car was sold to the current keeper with just 57,527 miles showing.

Since then, an additional 2,500 miles have been added, the odometer still reading under 62,000 miles from new.

The car retains its original handbook and service book, with eight stamps to 2006 at just 55,939 miles. It also carries a 'no advisory' MOT which runs until October 2021. There is a large sheaf of bills, dating from the early 1990s until about 2003 on file.

The car has had a recent respray, which has certainly smartened it up, although the finish will not be winning any awards. The Maestro always offered a practical and straightforward package and in MG form, a very respectable performance from its 115bhp ohc engine.

It is unusual to find a car which has had so little use over the years by all but its first of four owners. The modest mileage has clearly been accompanied by careful ownership making this fresh and appealing MG 'hot hatch'.

For more information - contact Matthew Parkin 07813 936698 or [email protected]

Reg No: H277NOG
Chassis Number: SAXXCTWU7AM668359
Engine Number: 20HE99102948
Engine Size: 1994
Docs: New Keeper Slip only, MOT October 21, 18 old MOT's, Hand Book, Service Book, Invoices.

Estimate: £4,500+

Lot 22

Lot ended

Thursday 18/02/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

Auction details and terms
  • Put in your highest bid you would be prepared to go to.
  • Bidding at the last moment may leave you disappointed. Any earlier bid is always taken first, so doing this may only push someone else up and prevent you from becoming the highest bidder.
  • No bids can be placed once the time remaining ends, therefore do not delay.