MG began life as a group of retail outlets that was owned by Morris Garages (MG). Their first cars were re-bodied Morris Crowley cars, and were not badged as MG. The individual behind this operation was Cecil Kimber.
MG's first rear production car was the 14/28 of 1925.
This particular example is an M-Type which offered reasonable performance at a low price. The early M Type vehicles were all fabric-bodied which helped keep cost and weight low. In 1930, a steel body was available for an additional 20 British Pounds.By Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2017
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(Data based on Model Year 1932
Vehicles That Failed To Sell1932 MG M-Type Midget's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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