Well, technically the Austin-Healey Sprite was first. That car rolled out of the MG factory a few years before the badge-engineered Midget debuted. But the Midget was in production for far longer —80, compared to —71 for the Sprite. And since the death of the British sports car at the end of the s, the MG Midget remains one of the two least expensive the Triumph Spitfire being the other points of entry into that segment of the classic market. Prices have inched up a bit, but value trends show them staying steady for the foreseeable future. The Sprite used a modern unibody construction and offered sharp handling, while power came from a cc version of the famous BMC A-Series engine.
Junkyard Gem: 1967 MG Midget
Used MG Midget Convertible for sale - AutoScout24
It is dressed in the original color of Russet Brown it would have This MG Midget has been repainted at some point and looks With its new rebuilt transmission, This MG Midget has been kept mostly original and Whether or not this is true has been the The MG Midget is the This is a very clean, rust free MG Midget , in very good condition.
MG MIDGET 1500cc
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This page is for personal, non-commercial use. The tiny MG Midget and its near-identical sibling, the Austin-Healey Sprite sold well in North America during its production run, because everyone likes a cheap and fun two-seat convertible. With the exception of the occasional super-original or nicely restored examples, though, the Midget never has been worth serious money, which means that thousands of these cars languish as get-to-it-someday projects in the driveways, yards, and garages of the land.