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1982 MG Metro

After the demise of Abingdon and the MG sports cars, the Metro arrived amidst some controversy. It wasn’t a big hit with the purists but, today, Austin- Rover’s first hot hatch has quite a following…

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1967 MGC GTS - Works rack-testing the brilliant ex-Sebring racer

The short-lived MGC suffered a poor reputation as a driver’s car. The racing GTS suggests it could have been so much greater, as Richard Meaden discovers

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MG 1100/1300 at 60

MG’s first small saloon car celebrates a major milestone – we track down a stunning example to mark the occasion

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1958 MG Magnette ZB Varitone

Ask most traditionalists what constitutes a great driving machine and they’ll tell you it has two doors, no roof and a big engine. That’s been the standardised formula for driving nirvana for nearly as long as the car itself. As owner’s priorities change, fun behind the wheel can often evaporate – but it doesn’t have to. A sports saloon not only keeps your pulse racing, but negates the need for a beady eye on the weather forecast or to leave family or friends behind.

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1947 MG TC

When Geoff Browne’s father bought himself a well-used sports car, in 1956, it was the start of a family relationship that lasted over six decades.

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1985 MG EX-E Concept a symbol of hope?

After the closure of Abingdon and the end of MGB and Midget production, the prospect of a new MG sports car seemed a distant dream but, at Frankfurt in 1985, Austin-Rover stole the show

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1935-spec MG Midget R-type replica

This MG R-type replica is closer to the original than any of the ten built by MG in 1935. John Simister investigates

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RBW’s all-new, all-electric, MGB-style roadster

Using a Heritage bodyshell, but little else from an MGB, how does RBW’s all-electric roadster stack up as a driver’s car?

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1969 MG Midget Mk3 - a family heirloom in the making

Having promised to care for his mother’s beloved MG, Darren Woods found a restoration case on his hands

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1936 MG VA

The last known surviving pre-production MG VA is itself a rarity amongst the rare but Ian Burton is determined to experience and share its history

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2000 MGF 1.8i

While the MX-5 was under secret development at Mazda, over in Longbridge MG was looking to the future. Antiquated Sixties-rooted sports cars had given way to hot hatches, but Roy Axe’s design team was tasked with dreaming up a halo model to reintroduce the idea of an MG sports car to the buying public.

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