1934 MG Q-Type

Little could rival the MG Midget in the early 1930s, the combination of value for money, cheap running costs, and useful performance capturing the imagination of many sports car enthusiasts of the period. With a supercharger fitted, the MG PB had few equals in its day, and a factory-supported team known as the “Cream Crackers” were particularly successful in trials.

Although the PA and PB Midgets were both sports cars they were not racing cars, so in 1934 a Read More

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