Some cars are classic because they are few. MGs are classic even though there are lots. Definitive two-seater of Thirties’ students; spidery sports cars America loved in the 1940s, the MGA and MGB of the Swinging Sixties detailed and assessed in a superbly illustrated 50,000-word 250-picture full colour bookazine.
Collectors buy the ambitious Bentley-sized 1930 MG 18/80, or MG Midgets with Brooklands provenance for £-tens of thousands. Yet 1990s MGFs can be less than £5,000. MGs are classless classics. Here, detailed and pictured, all the MGs from Oxford and Berkshire. Here lie answers to MG questions you didn’t know to ask.