Founded in the 1920s by Cecil Kimber, employee of William Morris; MG are the initials for Morris Garages. The first cars the company produce were rebodied Morris models, and in 1928, the M.G. Car Company Limited was established and for the first time a stand was taken at the London Motor Show. MG established a name for itself in the sport of international automobile racing. MG produced a line of cars known as the T-Series Midget which, post-war, were exported worldwide, achieving greater success. These included the MG SERIE T, MGA, MGB, MG Midget all of which are part of the Car Legend!
MG MGA Convertible 1955 – 1962 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
The MGA began production in 1955 and it was a completely different styling from previous MG models. The MGA was undeniably elegant, its aerodynamic design and two-seat open-body was sty..
MG MGB Convertible 1962 – 1980 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
By the end of the ‘50s a replacement car was needed for the MGA. The MGB, designed by Frua, an Italian stylist, was launched in 1962. It delivered exceptional performance, handling, and..
MG MGB MKIII Convertible 1962 – 1980 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
By the end of the ‘50s a replacement car was needed for the MGA. The MGB, designed by Frua, an Italian stylist, was launched in 1962. It delivered exceptional performance, handlin..
MG TF Roadster 1953 – 1955 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
The postwar T-series MGs has not much to offer compared with the pre-war original TA and TB. The TF was the final model of MG's popular T-Series. It was the most aggressively-styled version..