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    MG ZT Model

    Scale: 1:43

    Based on the Rover 75 the ZT was universally praised for its handling after MG/Rover’s engineers had changed the chassis bias from comfort to sporting during the cars development. The 2.5 litre 190bhp front wheel drive car modelled was later joined by a rear wheel drive version, which was powered by a 260bhp Ford sourced V8.

  • £40.00

    Handmade Wooden MG Model

    Hand-made wooden pull along toy car in the style of the boat-tail Triple MGs from the 1930s.

    Available in a selection of MG-themed colours.

     
    Available for all ages – to play with or to keep as a part of a collection.
  • £30.00

    MGB Roadster – Red

    1:43 scale model of the iconic MGB Roadster 1964, finished in red with black interior. Limited Edition – 1 of 1500 pieces.

    Manufacturer: Triple9 Premium.

  • £20.00

    MG BTCC 2017 Baseball Cap

    MG MG BTCC Cap, adjustable strap, one size – 100% Cotton

  • £30.00

    MGB Roadster – Green

    1:43 scale mode of the iconic MGB Roadster 1964, finished in British Racing Green with brown interior. Limited Edition – 1 of 1500 pieces.

    Manufacturer: Triple9 Premium.

  • £35.00

    MGA Roadster – Red

     

    Arguably the most beautiful car ever to wear the Octagon, this 1:43 scale model by Norev represents the MGA in stunning Orient Red, complete with a detachable black hood. A must have for any MGA owner, or anyone who dreams of owning the real thing!

  • £25.00

    MG TC

    Diecast miniature car MG TC Colour: Black

    Scale: 1:43

  • £21.50

    MG ZA Magnette – Birch Grey

     

    The MG ZA Magnette was designed by ex-Jowett Javelin designer Gerald Palmer. It made its debut in 1953 to an eager band of MG saloon enthusiasts. The new Magnette shared its Palmer designed bodyshell with the Wolseley 4/44 which appeared at the same time. The Magnette made good use of the BMC 1489cc, B-Series engine which gave this mid-sized family car good performance for its day. It had a graceful four door body style that looked almost Italian from some angles, it featured the traditional MG front grille which was raked to give it an aerodynamic shape to match the rest of the cars design. Inside the Magnette was well equipped and came complete with a semi-octaginal speedo as normally found in MG saloons.

  • £45.00

    Scalextric MGB Route de la Marathon

    A great iconic British sports car for the Scalextric classic car enthusiast, the MGB is an iconic car. In celebration of 50 incredible years of MGB and the legacy it imprints within British automotive history, Scalextric presents a tribute to the outright win at the 1966 Marathon de la Route at the Nurburgring for the works MGB roadster, driven by Andrew Hedges and Julien Vernaeve, registration GRX 307D, known as ‘Old Faithful’ – because it never failed. The detailed car includes wire wheels with knock-off spinners, working lights at the front and rear as well as Magnatraction and Scalextric Digital DPR facility.

    Celebrating 50 Years of MGB. First launched in May 1962, the MGB became the epitome of the modern British sports car. The affordable MGB spawned many variants along the way; from a car originally intended to be a two-seater replacement for the hugely successful MGA. The GT version was announced in October 1965 and was an overnight success.

    The MGB was an all-new car in many respects and was distinguished by its unitary body and chassis structure. The monocoque construction allowed engineers more scope with design and layout of the passenger compartment. The racing pedigree of the MGB swiftly emerged and the success that these, often only moderately tuned, MGBs had in racing, serves as testimony to their balance of performance and reliability.

    Scale: 1:32

    Manufacturer: Scalextric