Now available in our Dallas Showroom is this MG TF, which has been well taken care of and is ready to be driven and enjoyed by a new owner! The MG TF was one of the last years of the long running body design that started in 1936 and had subtle changes made throughout the years. This TF features a 1,250cc inline 4-cylinder engine pushing out roughly 58 horsepower from the factory and a 4-Speed manual transmission. This drivetrain in such a small car was sufficient to bring it up to speed and put enough pep in its step to be truly enjoyable driving experience. This MG has recently had some tune up work done including going through the braking system and has no problem stopping quickly and safely. The tank filter and fuel lines were removed and cleaned, plus a fuel filter added. The driving experience in this car is very unique as you sit in the driver s seat you feel one with the car due to the tight quarters. All the gauges are laid out to be easily monitored and as you drive, the car feels very predictable. There is something special about riding around in a vintage British roadster. With the top down and your driving gloves on you will be transported into a different era and get lost in your cruise! If you are looking for a fun sports car that isn t like anything else on the road, this 1954 MG TF is a great option to consider! You can view this 1954 MG TF in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (817) 310-99400 or email us at Dallas@gatewayclassiccars.com.
Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this 1954 MG TF. This classic car is owned by the same person for the last forty-nine (49+) years and was always kept inside a garage. The TF was only produced between 1953 and 1955 and was the last of the T-Series before it was replaced by the MGA. There was a total of roughly 9,602 MG TF s produced between 53 and 55 making these few and far between today. This MG is powered by a strong running 1250cc 1.3L I4. The engine was rebuilt roughly 1500 miles ago by 5R Restoration making this car run like a top. Speaking of tops, the beauty features a convertible top that is in good condition along with the side windows as well. With an ample amount of restoration work done between 2009 and 2013 this car is in good condition. The work completed include: new brake system, front suspension rebuilt, rebuilt carburetor, bored and honed block .60, new crank shaft, cleaned heads and much more. The total amount of work was near $28,000 to ensure this classic car stays up and running for many years to come. The red leather interior is in good condition and was custom installed to look identical to the original interior using one leather red skin. The red on red really makes this car pop when cruising down the road. If you want a nice classic to turn some heads, then there is nothing better than a 50 s era MG. The compact size, nice body lines and curves really sets this car apart from todays vehicles. Some additional features include: leather interior, wire wheels, seat belts, and a spare tire. For more information on this 1954 MG TF for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1345 . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
Just released from a private collectionDisplaying only 44,800 kilometers (27,837 believed to be actual miles!)Purchased new by an American serviceman stationed in BelgiumReputedly maintained by the original owner for more than 50 years!Numbers matching engineRare and desirable MG TF roadsterOne of only 1,876 finished in black by the factoryThe last of the classic MG T-seriesStunning color combinationOptions include:Painted Wire WheelsTelescopic Banjo Style Steering WheelFront Badge Bar With Royal Automobile Club BadgeLucas Fog LightsIncludes the original Belgian registration sticker, jack, knock off hammer and more!Recently servicedPerforms wonderfullyA dream for the collector and enthusiastThe 1954 MG TF Roadster featured here is finished in stunning all black over a biscuit interior and beige folding convertible top. This particular example was purchased new in Brussels, Belgium by an American serviceman who brought the car home to the United States after his tour was completed. Reputedly the original owner maintained the car for more than 50 years during which a thorough restoration was performed. Until recently the MG was part of a private collection, where it was lovingly maintained. Today the TF displays only 44,800 kilometers, the equivalent of only 27,837 miles; a number that is believed to be the total mileage this MG has traveled from new. Still powered by its numbers matching engine, this MG TF today presents wonderfully and will certainly bring many years of enjoyment to its future caretaker. We are proud to offer this 1954 MG TF Roadster to the most astute collector or enthusiast who appreciates the legacy and appeal of the classic T-series MG. Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013, 16% in 2014 and 17% in 2015 while posting gains of 467% over the last 10 years. Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Trades welcome! Financing available. Buy with confidence.HISTORY OF THE MG TFThe last MG to really show the marques heritage, the TF was launched in October 1953. Designed in response to the decrease in sales of the TD, the TF served as the last of the T-series Midget cars before the MGA was launched in the fall of 1955. The TF featured the same frame and drivetrain as the TD, however a slight face-lift was applied to the design. The front fenders were reshaped to incorporate the headlights, taking away the T-series, pre-war appearance. MG also shortened and raked the front grill, which allowed the hood to sit lower and improve aerodynamics. On the inside, individual bucket seats were now standard which helped to give the driver and passenger a sportier feel. The proven XPAG engine was given the Mark II TD treatment with larger carburetors, an increased compression ratio and larger valves, which increased power output to 58hp. The TF’s increased performance combined with the classic MG style today resonates with both collectors and enthusiasts. Just over 9,600 had been built when production ceased in 1955, making the TF a cherished collectible to this day.Please visit www.schmitt.com to view our full inventory.
This CLEAN CLASSIC 2nd Owner Car 1954 MG TF Roadster has a 1250 cc 4 Cylinder Engine, 4-Speed Manual Transmission. White Exterior over Red Interior! Frame Off Restoration,Always a Colorado and Arizona Car, 5 Wire Wheels and New Tires ! Custom Radio with Sirius XM / CD with quality Speakers, Tonneau Cover with Snaps with Chrome Luggage Rack. A true classic and exceptional example of BRITISH engineering.USED FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS! Call 561-676-1912 / 954-401-4535 anytime for appt. to see,inspect & drive this CLASSIC home with you today! TRADES OK!
The MG TF was an updated TD that hit the market in 1953. Key features included updated mechanicals, faried headlights, sloping radiator grill and a new pressurized cooling system. An improved 8.1:1 compression ratio, stronger valve springs and larger carburettors increased. Production was suspended in 1955 after 13,000 TFs had been produced.GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this stunning 1954 TF for your consideration. Finished in classic red, this car is in stunning shape. It has been with the current family for the last 46 years and the primary owner was a former aircraft mechanic who restored the car to the condition its in today. The red body is stunning, from its excellent paint and chrome, excellent tan soft top, wire wheels, and classic radiator grill with extra badging. The engine is a numbers matching 1,250cc 4 cylinder and is said to have been rebuilt in 1990. The interior features excellent red leather seats and a clean dashboard. The instrumentation is very clean and looks great.This TF is one of the nicest examples we have seen and the restoration was very thorough. The car has been treated with kindness the last 46 years and is a joy to drive. Its always been garaged and never even driven in the rain since its restoration. Everything is in tip top condition. The soft top comes with the side curtains and it even has two keys.To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com
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1954 MG TF In 1980 the remains of the MG Car Company, under British Leyland, authorized Victor Antique Auto (AKA Great Lakes Motor Car of Rochester, New York) to build a very limited number of 25th Anniversary Tribute Vehicles to what many considered to be the combination of MGs finest accomplishments in terms of both styling and performance. They set out to combine the legendary 1954/55 MGTF body with MGB running gear. Only 17 of these 25 custom bodied vehicles are known to still exist and the Black Widow you are viewing is believed to be the final one (#25) of these extremely faithful MG-based generic reproductions approved by British Leyland to be assembled. (Four are still in England and this may be the only one presently on the East Coast.) This one-of-a-kind deluxe model passed through three different owners in three states over nearly 30 years before finally being nearly fully assembled from 2006 to 2010 by a retired engineer. The current owner (who also briefly owned a 1952 MGTD in 1972) purchased the car in July 2010 in Kentucky with only 205 miles on the odometer, and undertook to have it completed and titled, registered and tagged for the first time ever/anywhere in Delaware in August 2010. Exterior A combination of steel, and a majority molded from original steel fiberglass parts make up this factory body, with straight panels and consistent gaps between them. Curving fenders, sloping to the small running board attach to each side. A classic long hood, and very short sloping back say true MG early design. This Deluxe last model comes equipped with an extremely rare MG Midge hood ornament with an engraved radiator cap, custom hamper (picnic basket), with monogrammed pewter octagon plates, all side curtains, and 15 rare and valuable car club badges. Good condition convertible top moves manually up and down, but you need to know what you are doing to complete this task! Spoked knockoff style wheels are on all 4 corners, as well as on the spare. Interior Deep red leather buckets offer amazingly comfortable seating in a very small cockpit. A padded leather dash covers the top of the dash in an eyebrow style adds a wonderful contrast to the custom walnut fascia/dashboard. Seen within the dash are new gauges, and a navigation screen. Black carpeting grounds everything and presents in very nice condition. Drivetrain This vehicle uses a completely rebuilt engine with a modernized drive-train (5-bearing 1800cc/95bhp engine, 4-speed synchromesh-transmission, front disc brakes, suspension, heater, etc.) from a 1969 MGB, placed on a sturdier than original custom-built frame/chassis that also accommodates an exact reproduction in mostly fiberglass of the 1954 TF body. Titled a 1954 MG TF, but all the trappings of modernization. It has won over 200 local, regional, and national awards/trophies. There are a great many spare parts mostly that came with the car prior to the upgrading and finishing to its current state.
1954 MG TF 1500 roadster. Meticulous Concours level restoration. British Racing Green. Tan leather interior. 1500cc inline 4 cylinder has been completely gone thru. SU Carbs have been freshly rebuilt. and tuned properly. New gas tank. Original British Racing Green paint is show quality. All 5 wheels and tires are in great shape. Ready to show or enjoy -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1954 MG TF Right Hand DriveThis right hand drive 1954 MG TF project is available in red with a black interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, dual carburetors, rear luggage rack, solid wheels, side curtains, soft top frame and includes the spare tire. An MG TF with tremendous potential for full restoration. For $12,750, This right hand drive 1954 MG TF project is available in red with a black interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, dual carburetors, rear luggage rack, solid wheels, side curtains, soft top frame and includes the spare tire. An MG TF with tremendous potential for full restoration.
Top-to-bottom restoration on this 1954 MG TF Roadster finished in Black with a Red interior. Powered by an upgraded 1500cc engine with twin-polished SU carburetors and backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. The TF marked the end of the T-Series for MG. It was a more modern take for MG as it featured a 3-inch lower stance and sloping grille. MGs TF became the most desirable of the three post-war T-Series available.Features on this TF consists of; 1500cc Engine, Twin-Polished SU Carburetors, Polished Valve Cover, 4-Speed Manual Transmission, Chrome Wire Wheels with Blackwall Radials (including spare), Front and Rear Bumper Over Riders, Full Fold-Down Windscreen with Electric Wipers, Plexiglas Wing Windows, Dual Rear View Mirrors, Driver Fender-Mounted Rearview Mirror, Headlamp Grilles, Driving Lamps, Luggage Rack, Hood-Mounted "TF" 1500 Badges, Vinyl Upholstery, Full Jaeger Instrumentation, Moto-Lita Wood/Aluminum Steering Wheel, MG Branded Mats, Knock-Off Wheel Hammer, Jack, and Scottish Bagpipe Highlander Hood Ornament. This example was restored, top-to-bottom, by RWM & Co., in Delta, BC. Its finished with beautiful paint and expert panel finish.For more information on this amazing 1954 MG TF or any of our 50+ classic and collectible cars always in stock, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable sales team, or always feel free to stop by our Bellevue, WA Park Place Ltd campus - Where we have over 40,000sq. ft. of indoor showrooms filled with the finest cars. As part of the Park Place Motor Group family, which includes Park Place Aston Martin and Lotus of Bellevue, Park Place Ltd is Home to the West Coasts Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles. With 200+ Always On Site, Nobody Has What We Have!
A lovely car, last owner for many years, in dry storage for more than 20 years, 23,000 indicated miles. Really excellent body, went over it with a magnet (looking for bondo) and found none, as perfect a TF body as we have ever seen, excellent chassis, wood framing, can't find any rust or rot. Engine runs smoothly and revs quickly, has perfect oil pressure, doesn't smoke, quiet valves, transmission works well....good synchromesh, doesn't pop out of gear, diff is quiet. Chrome, for the most part, appears to be new and the irreplaceable grills shell is very very nice. Rubber trim, welting, seals, engine bay, all very nice. Painted under the wings, clean chassis, doesn't seem to leak oil, starts instantly, strong (for a TF) performance. Wire wheels (the most desirable TF factory option), top and side curtains appear to be virtually new, new tonneau just fitted, bright red (repainted once, we were told) with black interior, new radials, brakes just done, carbs just cleaned and adjusted, all gauges work properly, wiper motor just cleaned and adjusted, charges properly, runs and drives very well. For a very clean 'unrestored' car with possibly very low original miles, it is as nice as one might expect to find. Certainly suitable for low key shows and ready for the proverbial country roads and general use. The most attractive and rarest of the post war MG T Series cars and really the best bargain in a usable collector's car in the price range.
Beautiful restored example having covered only 50,000 certified miles since new and having undergone a complete body off rebuild/ restoration. Creme with tan leather, creme cloth weather equipment and tonneau cover, even a spare tire cover. Rebuilt engine, excellent transmission, brakes just done, all original gauges have been rebuilt and work properly (and all knobs and other dash details are new), new cloth wiring harness, mostly new chrome, the is complete and almost endless. Ready for dairy use, show, or whatever use the next owner cares for. Not much to add....has proper driving lights, wind winds, matching seat belts, not that many options available for an MG TF. But the condition, virtually ever rubber gasket and seal is new, original grille was rechromed, windshield uprights and surround are excellent, everything else almost like new. On the road, all of the usual TF virtues....light, precise steering, sure brakes, lively engine, sweet shifting, and (of course) such classic aspects as a folding windshield, cut down doors, superb ride, and great handling. And with only 9600 TFs built, a sure bet as an appreciating classic.