MG cranked out 81 new TCs in 1945, when materials (and everything else, for that matter) was in short supply, then another 1,600 in 1946, and finally 3,000 in 1948. In all, 10,000 were made until the model was discontinued in 1949. South Africa and Australia bought quite a few, but the big surprise was America, where 2,000 were sold and about 1,500 others were imported privately. There was even a North American model, still RHD, but with turn signal flashers and vertical chrome bumpers. In all, the MG TC offers a cheerful way to experience motoring as it was at the dawn of the post-war era. The T-Series MGs are fairly robust mechanically, though some engine and transmission parts are becoming more difficult to find. Keep in mind that T-Series cars were designed for weekly maintenance, so make sure everything is properly greased and oiled before driving far." Hemmings.com
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to bring to market this 1947 MG TC for your consideration. It has been owned by the same owner for the last 39 years. It has been taken on many road trips and car shows. It was restored and rebuilt by the owner. Within the last 4,000 miles it has had the cylinder head redone along with the valves, generator repair, water pump, complete brake job. The car is finished in British Racing Green and shows well. The interior is neat and tidy but does show some age. Other highlights include a full tonneau cover, 19 inch wire wheels with knock offs with a rear mounted spare, instruction manual. The chrome is nice and shiny as well.
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