The car has Teal Blue paint, combined with chrome wire wheels and a black leather interior, a very nice combination on this British classic car. Even early on, it was easy to see that the foot long, two-seater M Type would be successful, especially due to the immediate demand from the public. You only need to look at the car to see that all the work has been done to a high standard and a cursory glimpse at the underside is equally reassuring. Cars like this one are getting increasingly hard to find. Although it might seem slightly sacrilegious, this is pretty much a bolt-in modification and very much an accepted upgrade. The TD Midget announced in January  combined the TC's drivetrain, a modified hypoid -geared rear axle, the MG Y-type chassis, a familiar T-type style body and independent suspension on front axle using coil springs from the MG Y-type saloon:
It is in overall good condition, and could be improved upon by a new owner.
ROAD TEST – 1961 MG MIDGET
A four cylinder unit with a two bearing crankshaft, the engine had an overhead camshaft driven through two sets of bevel gears and a vertical shaft. The car was located in Scotland after being in storage for many years with the restoration commencing in Since the above work the MG has been covering relatively low mileage and has been continually improved. Year from Pre We have receipts detailing various work to include fitting a lead free cylinder head, new water pump, new heater hoses and new ignition items. Midget arrives, with rubber bumpers, square wheelarches and all-synchro gearbox.