MG TA MG TB MG TC MG TD MG TF for Sale | Steve Baker MGs 1936-1955

MG TA MG TB MG TC MG TD MG TF for Sale | Steve Baker MGs 1936-1955

Cars for Sale

We are currently awaiting the arrival of:

1933 MG J2, Restoration Project, New Ash Frame, 12" Brakes

1939 MG TB, Black with Red Trim, Excellent Condition

Updated 31/03/2020

Here are some of the cars that we have recently sold:

MG TA, Steve Baker MG
MG TA, Steve Baker MG

1936 MG TA - Sold

The car has been fully restored from the ground up with a Peter Edney MG fast road XPAG engine, supercharger, Hi-Gear 5 speed conversion.

The chassis is immaculate, the shock absorbers are all new, she is sitting on 5 new MWS wheels with Blockley tyres.. it goes on and on.

The bodywork is all aluminium, built in the style of factory Q-Type race car with red leather bucket seats.

This is a reliable and long legged car suitable for cruising with 5 syncromeshed gears and just over 80 horsepower.

She will be sold with a UK V5 with original registration number/buff log book. All enquiries welcome.

MG PA, Steve Baker MG
MG PA, Steve Baker MG

1934 MG PA - Sold

This is a matching numbers (engine, chassis, gearbox) MG PA which has been rebuilt with a Peter Gregory Q-Type body.

The engine has been rebuilt (original type crankshaft/rods) and is currently running on dual SU carburettors.

An overdrive unit has been discretely fitted behind the gearbox to give much better top-end speed.

The bodywork has been made such that a supercharger unit could be fitted if desired. We will be fitting a bench seat (colour of your choosing) and weather gear to the car in due course.

UK registered with it's original numberplate and current V5.

MG PA, Steve Baker MG
MG PA, Steve Baker MG

1934 MG PA - Sold

This is an excellent MG PA restoration project upon which a lot of money has already been spent.

There is a new Steve Gilbert tub, skinned, all the panels are in good condition including a new set of alloy wings.

Four of the wheels have been rebuilt and the spare has been repainted to match. Lovely Walnut dashboard and restored instruments, missing odometer.

It also comes with a set of Collingburn seats in Connolly leather, complete with the door cards and vinyl/felt to finish.

The engine needs to be overhauled, it's been stripped and partially reassembled. Some parts are missing. It has the desirable, higher ratio, gearbox from an L-Type which will make this a much better car to drive.

MG TA, Steve Baker MG
MG TA, Steve Baker MG

1938 MG TA - Sold

Another of our MG T-Type specials. This was Steve's personal car which has been owned by a good friend for the last five years. Unfortunately the car is now quicker than owner and needs a new home.

It is supercharged, with a fast road engine built by Peter Edney. It's only covered a few hundred miles since total restoration. She's fitted with a five speed gearbox, Magneto ignition, chronometric gauges. A well sorted car.

Sold with original UK registration on V5 document. We're able to assist with delivery, full details are available upon request.

MG TC, Steve Baker MG
MG TC, Steve Baker MG

1948 MG TC - Sold

A rare UK MG TC restoration project with it's original registration.

It's in good condition and mostly complete. Built December 1947 and registered January 1948. There is some history with the car.

The ash frame has been repaired with new wood where necessary and is together. There are a set of new skins for the tub and a new scuttle with it.

The panels are in good condition, will need repair but can be used. Missing the running boards but these can be purchased easily.

The engine is complete bar the air filter (not all items photographed) and the only other large items missing are the horn and foglamp. Both can be easily purchased.

MG TC, Steve Baker MG
MG TC, Steve Baker MG

1947 MG TC - Sold

A top notch MG TC, available just in time for summer. This is an extremely original car in fantastic condition, numbers matching and with a full history from day one.

This car is chassis number TC3841 and is very correct in detail. It has the correct engine and bulkhead colour (these were matched to the original factory paint), all original panels, an original horn, headlamp lenses, dynamo (dated 47), regulator (dated 47) and FT27 fog lamp (Lucas).

In the last year the car has also benefited from a new hood, new stainless brake master cylinder, bronze wheel cylinders and an upgraded Volkswagen steering kit (original box also included). The car is sold with a UK V5 and I can assist with delivery.

MG TB, Steve Baker MG
MG TB, Steve Baker MG

1939 MG TB - Sold

A rare opportunity to buy one of the most desirable pre-war MGs, this is a numbers matching UK car with her original registration.

Only 379 MG TBs were made before the outbreak of war in 1939. It's a fantastic combination of TA handling and TC reliability, a very usable car. This is the first numbers matching TB I've owned!

She is eligible for both VSCC events and the prestigious Mille Miglia. A TB has also recently won the Flying Scotsman rally and the HERO 1000 mile trial.

This car has been restored by it's previous owner but would now benefit from cosmetic attention. Everything works but the wiring is a bit untidy. We will be fitting a period correct FT27 foglamp. The panel fit and body tub are excellent and she drives beautifully.

MG TF, Steve Baker MG
MG TF, Steve Baker MG

1954 MG TF - Sold

A home market, UK, RHD MG TF sold with it's original engine (matching numbers) and registration (on a UK V5).

The car is in good condition generally but with room for improvement; I've tried to price the car to reflect that and allow the new owner plenty of scope.

Mechanically she is very good indeed, starts easily, no smoke, knocks bangs or rattles and pulls well. Being a later "T-Series" the steering is very precise - quite a change from the pre-war models and the brakes pull up well too.

The paintwork shines beautifully (it looks as good as the photographs) but has a few spots that need attention. The tips of the front wings have some cracks in the paint and there are areas around the doors that would benefit from attention. I have photographed these to the best of my ability.

The trim is in good condition, with a decent hood and lovely custom tonneau cover. The gauges are correct, original and working as well as ever (the speedo is vague, very common).

MG TA Tickford, Steve Baker MG
MG TA Tickford, Steve Baker MG

1938 MG TA Tickford - Sold

A very rare, unrestored 1938 MG TA Tickford which has not been driven since the late 1950s. A proper "barn find" with fantastic provenance.

When the vehicle was taken off the road the previous owner removed the panels, seats, original carpets and several major components from the car and stored them in the attic of his house. These have survived extremely well. Sadly the car itself was not stored well and she will need a total restoration. Not for the feint of heart but a rewarding and a valuable experience. She will be a very desirable car when complete.

Only a few items are missing, others haven't survived but she is nearly complete and there's a good network of suppliers available for these cars. She is sold with a huge number of original parts you simply cannot buy. Even the original interior light is present, I had never previously seen an original in thirty years of working with MG T-Types.

The car still has an original letter from the body manufacturer Salmons & Sons to the first owner, the original factory instruction manual for the car as well as for the factory upgraded adjustable Hartford shock absorbers (a premium option also fitted to Lagondas, Rileys..) which are present and correct. The original, matching numbers, engine and gearbox are with the car.

Tickfords have been increasing in value (£50,000+ for a restored example) in recent years and they don't often come to market. Here's your chance to grab one. She is sold with original "MG" registration and is on a UK V5.

MG PB, Steve Baker MG

MG PB, Steve Baker MG

1936 MG PB - Sold

A change of circumstances brings about this extremely rare opportunity to own an MG PB in project form, only a handful have come to the market in recent years and I don't remember one as good as this.

The car is complete with a number of valuable and hard to find original factory items, the gauges are all present and correct and beautifully set in the correct dashboard panels, the correct headlamps are both present and in good condition, even the Autolube plates are still with the car.

The panelwork is all in good condition with just the doors to skin - there's a little work to do but it wont be long before the new owner is debating which colour to go for. All major components for the engine are here, including a new steel crankshaft, original carburettors and the correct rocker cover and sump.

In addition the work that has already been undertaken has been done to a very high standard, including a new ash frame by Rique Llinares and new leather seats are also included. There are still odds and sods to find but it's the easy stuff, you'll be able to walk around Beaulieu with a smug grin knowing you'll be able to finish your car.

The car is known to the MG MMM register and I can assist with registration.

MG PB, Steve Baker MG

MG PB, Steve Baker MG

1955 MG TF 1500 - Sold

A rare home market MG TF 1500 with it's original and correct 1500 "XPEG" engine fitted. She retains her original registration "RNC 336" and is sold with her UK V5 and buff log book.

This is an older restoration but has had a lot of money spent keeping her in good condition with over £5,000 of invoices for the last few years alone. There is a lovely folder with the car including photographs of the car dismantled and invoices for work from Naylor Brothers.

By no means a concours car, I really won't apply that term to anything that I'd consider driving! She is however, as you'll see from the photographs, in very good condition indeed. All she needs is a loving owner who's going to drive her. She's on the button and ready for summer.

MG TD, Steve Baker MG

MG TD, Steve Baker MG

1950 MG TD - Sold

Not "the best in the UK", not "concours", no hyperbole necessary. This is a really nice and genuine, numbers matching MG TD which has just come out of long-term ownership by a true enthusiast.

As you will see from the photographs the car is in good condition all round, there are a few signs of it's age but none that would stop you from displaying and driving her with pride. The paintwork shines beautifully.

This is an original RHD car (the vast majority of TDs were LHD) which was originally exported from the UK, first returning in the early 1990s. She is registered in the UK as "HSK 251".

MG TA, Steve Baker MG

MG TA, Steve Baker MG

1936 MG TA - Sold

The car has been subject to a ground-up restoration by the previous owner with a eye-watering file of invoices (and photographs) to support the work.

Correct, MG crested, MPJG engine, which has been rebuilt. Gearbox is spot on. This car has been absolutely sorted and is a credit to the former keeper (who had the car nearly 20 years).

The body tub is solid, woodwork is in great condition, four new wings have been fitted. Paintwork is good. Chrome is good with a lovely patina.

New seats were fitted, they are as new. The gauges have been restored by John Marks and are absolutely stunning. Surely better than new. Believe the car has only covered just over 2000 miles since restoration.

She is a UK car, with V5 and original registration.

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