When I felt a craving for some fresh-air motoring the other day and Pamela Wearing of Leyland Cars sought to disperse this by lending me an MG Midget it immediately rained for days on end. But at least this enables me to report that the hood and wind-up glass side-windows of the latest Midget keep the weather out effectively, with only very small gaps that no sports-car user is likely to object to, and that the hood is notably taut and drum-free. Whether it is technically viable or not, a sports two-seater seems faster round corners and through traffic than most saloons. So I found this MG good fun, and also perfectly practical transport.
MG Midget (since mid-year for Europe ) specs review
Well, technically the Austin-Healey Sprite was first. That car rolled out of the MG factory a few years before the badge-engineered Midget debuted. But the Midget was in production for far longer —80, compared to —71 for the Sprite. And since the death of the British sports car at the end of the s, the MG Midget remains one of the two least expensive the Triumph Spitfire being the other points of entry into that segment of the classic market.
Consequently it was with a feeling of elation that we collected a Series " " M. It is now generally known that the new model has a 1, c. Far from being disappointed, we were distinctly surprised with the manner of going of Abingdon's latest baby, which possesses perforniance capabilities and liveliness unlooked for in a normally designed quantity production job selling at a very attractive figure.
Having trouble posting or changing forum settings? The MG Experience www. Posted by Titanium Rat. Titanium Rat B Lenig. Looking 5 different sites they all say that a midget has a top speed of 95mph yes