The MGA With An Attitude
M.G.s Through The Ages -- HS-105-1440
14/40 Mark IV -- 1927-1929

2-seater shown

Developed version of the flat-radiator 14/28. With similar specification, but half-eliptic springs and sturdier construction. Improved handling, braking, and performance. 35 bhp at 4000 rpm Aproximately 700 built.

This is a killer story. Photo at right is from BBC News, 25 May 2012. This brings a whole new perspective to the concept of "barn find". This car was found (dug up actually) as a nearly complete set of parts, disassembled and buried under a slab of concrete in a cow shed in Gloucestershire, England.
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