HRG 1500

HRG 1500
1956 HRG 1500
Original Price: $2,960
Average Auction Sale: $193,822
Median Auction Sale: $143,000
Chassis Profiles
HRG 1500 WS
1953 HRG 1500 WS
Average Auction Sale: $60,500
Median Auction Sale: $60,500
Chassis Profiles
HRG 1500
1949 HRG 1500
Original Price: $2,455
Chassis Profiles
HRG 1500
1947 HRG 1500
Original Price: $2,455
Average Auction Sale: $81,076
Median Auction Sale: $81,076
Chassis Profiles
E.A. Halford, Guy Robins and Henry Ronald Godfrey founded the HRG Engineering Company LTD. in 1936. The name 'HRG' was formed from the surname of its founders. The company was based in Tolworth, Surrey and produced impressive sports cars until 1956 with total production reaching just 241 units. Their expertise were almost immediately evident, as within a few years of production an HRG was one of the fastest British cars entered in the grueling 24 Hours of LeMans race. In 1939 and 1949, an HRG won the 1.5-liter class.

In 1946, the company began producing their two-seater car fitted with a four-cylinder Meadows engine displacing 1.5-liters and offering nearly 60 horsepower. The designs were nearly identical to the pre-war cars, having cutaway doors and separate cycle fenders. The aluminum bodies were handf-ormed by several coachbuilders and rode on a narrow chassis.

Along with the roadster bodystyle, an aerodynamic version was available. In total, about 40 examples of those were produced until 1950.

In 1953, the company switched to a four-cylinder Swinger engine offering upwards of 65 horsepower. These were produced until 1956, with only about 12 examples created.
By Daniel Vaughan | Dec 2009
HRG Models


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