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MGA & Twin Cam Gold Portfolio (1955-62)

MGA & Twin Cam Gold Portfolio (1955-62)

R. M. Clarke

ISBN: 1855200783

Paperback

UK16.10
USA$19.77

Review:

Announced in 1955 to replace the TF the MGA was a radical change compared with the older cars. It had a streamlined and curvaceous full-width body. This was a car in need of extra performance and in 1958 the Twin-Cam came with a twin-overhead-camshaft, 1588cc version of the B-series engine. Like many other short run vehicles the Twin-Cam has attained cult status and is much sought after. The cars to benefit from this development were the later 1600 and Mk II with larger engines and good performance. This is a book of contemporary road tests, new model introductions, specification and technical data, driver's reports, racing, record breaking, touring, buying second hand and history. Models covered include: 1489cc, CoupT, EX181, 1588cc Twin Cam, Peco Supercharged, 1600, 1600 MkII, MkII Competition.


MGA Restoration Guide

MGA Restoration Guide

Malcolm Green

ISBN: 1855203022

Paperback

UK17.05
USA$29.95

Review:

This essential restoration guide contains detailed information on restoring bodywork, chassis, engine and trim on the 1500, Twin Cam, 1600 and 1600 MkII Roadsters and CoupTs from 1955 to 1962.


The MGA, MGB and MGC: A Collector

The MGA, MGB and MGC: A Collector's Guide

Graham Robson

ISBN: 1899870431

Paperback

UK9.99
USAN/A

Review:

This updated, softbound edition of the landmark MG collector's guide features all the information owners, enthusiasts, and collectors need: more than 100 photographs depicting the cars up close and in detail; in-depth MG development and competition histories; and complete specs, performance, and production information.


Original MGA: The Restorer

Original MGA: The Restorer's Guide

Anders Ditlev Clausager

ISBN: 1870979311

Hardback

UK16.49
USA$23.07

Review:

The perfect restorer's guide. It's hard to find something about originality which isn't noted in this book. A must for the purist! With this book and a parts catalogue, you are able to finish the perfect restoration.


The MGA

The MGA

John Price-Williams

ISBN: 1903706564

Paperback

UK16.14
USA$18.45

Review:

A Veloce classic now in softback binding at a bargain price. The definitive history of the MGA, the first British sports car to sell more than 100,000 units and the first MG capable of topping 100mph."Once I'd started reading it I found it hard to put down ... John has obviously spent a lot of time researching his subject which has enabled him to include more of the finer details of life in the Abingdon design office as well as on the MGA assembly line." - Andy Sargent Safety Fast magazine Contents:,The fight to put the MGA on the road, The Le Mans prototypes,Body and chassis engineering,Engine development, Making the MGA, How the MGA was received, Performance comparisons, The coup\233, Twin Cam - trials and tribulations, 1600 and the 1600 MkII models, Competition history, "Secret MGAs", The North American success story, and restoration notes.


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