MGA

Bill Pederson 1958 MGA

Bill Pederson 1958 MGA

As of today, the car has less than 60 miles on it since the major restoration was completed. Generally, we trailer the car to shows, since there are often 3 family members in attendance, and that’s a tough fit in an MGA.

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Deane Parkhurst 1960 MGA

Deane Parkhurst 1960 MGA

My wife and I were married in January of 1960. With the choice of our family car being my 1955 Dodge Sedan or her 1958 MGA Roadster there was no choice. We had participated in many road rallies and driving events with the car, so there was no question which vehicle we would keep.

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Bruce Miller 1961 MGA

Bruce Miller 1961 MGA

The car and original Iris Blue color I’ve wanted since I was 10 years old.What a chick magnet! I’m rewarded most every drive with thumbs up and turned heads, at least until girls see a 60+ guy driving.

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Tom Berry 1960 MGA

Tom Berry 1960 MGA

In the late '50s and early ‘60s I was a mechanic on sports cars here in the Kansas City area. I worked on a lot of cars that the local SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) guys were racing at that time.

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Chris Armacost 1961 MGA

Chris Armacost 1961 MGA

Built in 1979 at Canley with a TCN prefix chassis number most sources would call this car a pre-production model.  This Inca Yellow car with black interior features an automatic transmission and dual 175CD Stromberg carbs.

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Rick Suggs 1957 MGA

Rick Suggs 1957 MGA

My first memories of the family MG was when my Dad bought one in 1961. It was a 1957 MGA he got for $300. The guy he bought it from thought the engine was shot but all it had wrong was a burned value.  Dad said he repaired the burned value for next to nothing and drove it for years with no problems at all. 

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Matt Kemper 1959 MGA

Matt Kemper 1959 MGA

This 1959 MGA has been a part of the family for over 30 years. My Dad restored it when I was a boy. We covered untold miles together, shared adventures, and made lasting memories in the car. Ten years later, it carried me and my girlfriend through a heavy summer downpour to our high school graduation ceremony.

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John Saucier 1959 MGA

It’s a 1959 MGA and as far as I can find I am the 4th owner. Also it’s always been an Oklahoma car. It is not a daily driver but almost. I do drive it two or three times a week and boy do we get a lot of looks. The color is Camaro Red and the wheels have been powder coated silver. All the chrome is original.

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Edward Kelly 1960 MGA

This is my 1960 MGA 1600 roadster which I purchased in 2000 from a“chap” who has moved back to the UK. He had commissioned the car in a frame up restoration performed by Greg Zabel and the folks at G.P. Abingdon, LTD. of Tarrytown, NY. in 1998.

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