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1995 MG F Ex-Works Car
10,523 kms from new
1995 MG F Ex-Works Car
10,523 kms from new
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Estimate: £7,500 - 9,500
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Aug 2020
  • Chassis number: SPL2037M227D1V428
Built at Longbridge, this special pre‑production development MGF was first exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995. After the show, it was flown back to the UK for storage at Longbridge. Later in the year, the directors at MG Rover agreed that it should be prepared for competition eligibility, commencing with hill climbs in 1996 and due to the car not being road registered, had to be transported everywhere. In addition to hill climbs, it also participated in sprints and track events annually until MG Rover's closure in 2004. The new owner, former principal MG Rover engineer,  Tim King purchased the car at auction and continued competing for around a further eighteen months before it became eligible for road use. This fast road car retains it's MG racing appearance, it is fitted with a special lightweight bonnet and boot lid that were produced in the MG Rover experimental department, a front marine ply splitter, roll cage, lightweight hard‑top, built in fire extinguisher, competition and six point harness. It comes complete with large history file containing MG Rover documents, racing photos, events attended, history of work done and MoTs. Sold with 10,523 kilometres (6,539 miles) from new.
Built at Longbridge, this special pre-production development MGF was first exhibited at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995. After the show, it was flown back to the UK for storage at Longbridge. Later in the year, the directors at MG Rover agreed that it should be prepared for competition eligibility, commencing with hill climbs in 1996 and due to the car not being road registered, had to be transported everywhere. In addition to hill climbs, it also participated in sprints and track events annually until MG Rover's closure in 2004. The new owner, former principal MG Rover engineer, Tim King purchased the car at auction and continued competing for around a further eighteen months before it became eligible for road use. This fast road car retains it's MG racing appearance, it is fitted with a special lightweight bonnet and boot lid that were produced in the MG Rover experimental department, a front marine ply splitter, roll cage, lightweight hard-top, built in fire extinguisher, competition and six point harness. It comes complete with large history file containing MG Rover documents, racing photos, events attended, history of work done and MoTs. Sold with 10,523 kilometres (6,539 miles) from new.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Aug 2020
  • Chassis number: SPL2037M227D1V428
Estimate: £7,500 - 9,500
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