The first MGs were a small number of cars sold with special bodywork by Morris Garages, but by the 1930s the MG was recognized as the archetypal sports car.
The rapid development of the brand, and the dominance of its cars in numerous competitions, was due to the energy, enthusiasm and skill of a small number of key personalities.
This book aims to tell the story of the brand from 1923 until the closure of the Abingdon factory in 1980 in the form of a series of articles.
Alongside an in-depth history of all the models produced, there are biographies of those most involved in MG development, records and motor sport.
To illustrate the text there are black and white archive photographs, many modern colour photos of restored cars and also vintage advertising material.
The wide range of topics covered gives the reader a real insight into the evolution of the company and its cars, and the unique character of MGs that is the reason they remain so popular.
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