The car has had 4 owners from new. The present owner had the car as a student and ran it until 1969 when he went to the USA to work. In 1969 the crankshaft broke on the way home from Beaulieu!

In 1996 Mike Allison was asked to restore the car and it is now as close as possible to the way it was when it returned to the Abingdon factory in 1932 to be overhauled and fitted with a 4-speed gearbox, which it still has. Top speed is around 65mph when its competitors at the time would struggle to reach 50mph!

Owner: Roger Burnett
Make/model: MG M-Type Sportman’s Coupe
Month/year of manufacture: 1930
Colour: Black/Red
Engine size/type: 847cc 4-cylinder
BHP: 27 @ 4500 rpm
Top speed: 65mph
Gearbox type: 4-speed, non-standard, but fitted around 1932
Area: Newbury
Date purchased: 1957

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We're pleased to announce that the AWC's traditional Octagonal Events Calendar for 2019 has been uploaded to www.mgabingdon.org.uk/resources/awc-octagonal-calendar/

Note: events may be subject to change at this early stage and there's just one event that still needs to have details added.
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What is it about MG that makes it far more than just a car to its owners? Here's the first episode of our 5 part series, #MadeInAbingdon, where two young owners talk about the love for their MGs. #ArtOfMotoring
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Our Car of The Month for December is Adrian Bennett's immaculate Oxford Blue 1995 RV8.

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The Abingdon Works Centre were honoured to be asked to attend the launch of Abingdon’s Poppy Festival, along with some red MGs, on a chilly Saturday 27th October.

More about the day, along with some photos at www.mgabingdon.org.uk/galleries/2018-events/abingdon-poppy-festival/
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