Dating your mg midget
Of course, what applies to the Midgets also goes for the Sprites (badged simply as Austin Sprite in 1971 only).Visually, the rebodied ‘61 Sprite/Midget was boxier and more conventional than the “bugeye,” its lift-up nose section replaced by fixed front fenders with integral headlamps, plus a rear-hinged hood.74-1/2 model introduced, black soft nose front and rear bumpers, raised height, single Zenith/Stromberg carburetor, single 12 volt battery, servo assisted brakes and catalytic converter for California models.The MG Midget is a small two-seater sports car that was produced by MG from 1961 to 1979.By 1958, MG was under the British Motor Corporation roof with Austin-Healey and producing the original A-H Sprite at its Abingdon factory.The “bugeye” proved so successful, especially in the U.Create a personal profile, add your Midget or Sprite to The MG Midget Register, join in discussions with other owners and publish your Midget Photos and Blog articles.
Both these documents will have a direct link to the chassis number that should already have been accepted and recorded on the vehicle record as part of the initial registration process."(Glass's Check Books are old and now very rare publications that included chassis number and dating information.) The original MG factory records are held by the Heritage Motor Centre and they have issued 'Heritage Certificates' for many years, which are certified extracts of the original factory record in respect to the chassis number listed and includes dates of the vehicle build.Still, plenty of pieces left on it, including just about everything from the engine compartment.