MG Sedan/Sports 1946-1973: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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MG Sedan/Sports 1946-73 market review

T Series MGs look fragile and the uninitiated might wonder how they could last 20 years, let alone the 70 that some have.

This year’s survey turned up a good selection TC-TFs and at prices that were steady or just back a little on previous years.

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MGA values are steady in the low-$40,000s but make $60K if a car is superb. MGB Roadsters remain a barometer of the classic market and their values remain steady.

Midget numbers were down yet quality cars rarely exceed $20,000. That goes for Y Series and Magnette sedans as well, allowing the whole family to enjoy Club runs in company with other MGs.

TC $42,4895 [11] 

TD $29,895 [10] 

TF $42,625 [13] 

MGA $42,660 [15]

MGB Roadster $21,080 [34] 

MGB GT $17,460 [18]

Midget 1967-73 $17,680 [7] 

Y Type 1949-53 $17,215 [4]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.

 

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