1933 MG J3 Roadster Vehicle Profile

1933 MG J3 photograph

1933 MG J3 photograph

1933 MG J3 photograph

1933 MG J3 photograph

1933 MG J31933 MG J31933 MG J31933 MG J3
Roadster
The MG J-type midget was produced by the MG Car Company from 1932 through 1934. A total of 2,494 were produced, designated J1 through J4. J3s and J4s were the racing versions, and were the only ones fitted with superchargers. Only 22 J3s and 9 J4s were produced, and they competed quite successfully. This 1933 supercharged MG J3 received the alloy body from a J4 (J4004) prior to 1950. Its racing history includes Goodwood and their Easter Meet on April 18, 1949, where it suffered an engine 'blowup' in Event #1, the Lavant Cup. This car was brought to the United States in 1963. The current owner reunited it with a J4 engine (ex J4005) during a full rebuild by Safety Fast Restorations of Mansfield, Ohio.


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