Rare Survivor – This 1930 MG Model M Midget is a good running car that would be a fine addition to any collection. This is the original wooden body, leather wrapped factory frame. We've shown under the boot lid where the bow and the spare are stored, leaving plenty of luggage room for a road tip weekend. Motorcycle type fenders and it comes with the original plaid top.
Engine: 847 cc 4-cyl, with overhead camshaft operating valves through adjustable rockers. External oil filter. No Water Pump. Rotax or Lucas ignition (6 v.) by coil or distributor. S.U. Carb 1-1/8" dia w/gravity feed from scuttle tank. Two-bearing crankshaft.
Transmission: Single-Plate Dry Clutch. Three Speed non-syncromesh gearbox. Open propeller shaft with fabric disc universal joints. Spiral bevel final drive.
Suspension: Non-Independent all around by semi-elliptical leaf springs, pivoted at the front, shackled at the rear, Hartford friction shock absorbers.
Chassis #2041 License Plate #GG3524. When I purchased the car was told it was raced in New York, but was not provided the racing history.