1964 MG 1100 Mk1

Driven to us for the auction; relatively few left on the road; useable starter classic

One doesn’t come across these very often. In fact, according to online records, there are only 104 left on UK roads and this smoke grey one represents the model pretty well. The impressive looking interior has had a few changes since 1964 but is mostly original. A rev counter has been fitted in place of the ashtray and the standard steering wheel has been replaced with a an attractive wooden one. The seats and door cards appear to be in good order with the headlining probably in need of replacment/restoration. Mechanically, it has pancake air filters fitted and a rebuilt unleaded Mini Cooper head under the bonnet. Driven to us for the auction, being described as being ‘very perky’, it has also just been put through an MOT for peace of mind and only had two small advisories, regarding some wear to a tyre and slight play on a wheel bearing. It should be noted that it does lean a little to one side so some ‘levelling up’ may be needed… Externally, the car presents well, although if one was to make it perfect, the bodywork and paint does need a little attention. There is some crazing to the roof and bonnet and some very small dents to the body on the front wings and doors, but as can be seen in the photos, there is not a lot to complain about. Overall, this is a rare and honest little car, which is accompanied by a large history file of old MOTs, receipts and the original drivers handbook.

Documents: V5C, MOT Jan 2023, 13 old MOT's, Hand Book, Photographs, Invoices.

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Reg No: JMV452B
Chassis Number: G/AS355193
Engine Number: 10GR-TAH52871
Engine Size: 1,098cc

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £3,000-5,000

Lot 62

Lot ended

Wednesday 16/02/2022

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£3,024
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